Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A clunky thriller based on a landing of Nazi spies in Maine during WWII seems bent more on instruction than on thrills. Fourteen-year-old Jill's father is an entertainer, always on the road, so when her mother's brother falls ill in Newfoundland, Jill must reluctantly spend the summer of 1942 with her grandmother on the coast of Maine. Her worries about her parents' safety and her anxiety about ... Read full review

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I have the book and it is amazing I can not believe the plot for the story it is truly sweet and can somebody write a sequel I would like to see if Jill and Quarry go on a second date! and what happens next do Quarry and Jill become boyfriend and girlfriend? Does Jill move back home? Does Jill become friends with Gloria? Somebody please write a sequel! 

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I love this book!!!! I've read it more than once! If you are a person who is into historical fiction, you should read this book.

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