Who Killed Jane?, John Markowski

Be careful what you wish for.
“The twists and redirections kept me reading through the night. Without giving the ending away, all I’ll say is I loved the conclusion.”
“I absolutely loved the intricate and realistic plot. Can’t wait to see more from this author. Great read!”

An amateur true crime podcast host.
A decades old cold case murder from the podcaster’s hometown.
What could go wrong?
A lot.
Suspects emerge immediately. Some refuse to talk to JT Stowe while others resort to stalking him and his family. Chaos reigns.
The mystery is solved.
But with deadly consequences.

Who Killed Jane? is a stunning piece of literature that enthralled, entertained, and enchanted me from the very first page! Everything about this piece of crime fiction/thriller was exciting; the characters, as well as the story the reader gets to experience and the incredible literature courtesy of the excellent John Markowski, made me fall madly in love with this book! Who Killed Jane? is a piece of fiction that will captivate readers from all genres thanks to the many themes that are interwoven between the pages. This book can only be described as a read that should not be missed! If you are looking to read a book that will grasp your attention from the first page and hold it throughout then already I would implore you lovely readers to read this book because it is utterly brilliant!

Who Killed Jane? is a thrilling, shocking, and memorable thriller that will take its readers on a twisty turny journey. The reader in Who Killed Jane? will meet a true-crime podcast host who is just starting out. He becomes obsessed with a cold case murder from his hometown and decides to investigate. At first, it seems innocent enough however soon suspects immerge, and threats become all too real and what follows is a thrilling tale that should not be missed!

The story of Who Killed Jane? is a magnificent one that is full of many exciting moments and many twists and turns. As the reader reads this book they will always be kept on edge thanks to the unexpected turns the reader will experience; these twists and turns will guarantee the reader keeps the reading. They will feel compelled to do so, and that is the sheer beauty of this novel! The excellent author of this novel, John Markowski effortlessly takes the reader on a thrilling journey; Markowski’s words managed to keep me intrigued as well as entertained as I raced through this book. It is the kind of book that is impossible to put down, and when I had to I longed for it! I wanted to be reunited with the story I had grown to love and the characters I had become invested in.

John Markowski is a talented and well-accomplished author who has written an unforgettable novel that features heavily on its characters and themes. Markowski’s character development is superb, and I think every reader will be able to find an attribute they like in the protagonist of the story and relate to him in many ways.

To summarize my thoughts on the exciting and thrilling novel that is Who Killed Jane?; I would say if you are a reader who is tired of reading the same old books that are lackluster and forgettable then take a chance with this one because I promise you now that you will not be disappointed! Who Killed Jane? gets five stars from me! So be sure to have a read of the preview below book lovers, you won’t regret it!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is follow the links below!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Below I have attached some links about the author and this wonderful book so if you would like to learn more about the author and the book then please have a browse. Thank you so much again for reading book lovers!

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