Audiobook, Mystery/Suspense/Thriller

Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone



Jane is working at an insurance company in Minneapolis as a low level clerk. But, that’s not who she really is. She’s taken 50 days of leave from her real job in Kuala Lumpur as an import-export attorney to exact revenge on middle manager Steven Hepsworth. Why? You’ll need to read or listen to the book to find out.




I chose to listen to this story and was that ever the right decision! The narrator completely captured Jane, a woman you’re never quite sure if she’s a sociopath or just plain cleverly diabolical. One thing you always know is true is that she will exact revenge on Steven and it will be epic. She doesn’t do anything but be her authentic self in seducing the reader into feeling some affinity for her. Jane’s obviously bright but she’s also witty, pretty funny and wickedly pragmatic. I felt guilty rooting for her but when you hear the story, it’s impossible to do otherwise.

It’s a credit to the writing that this character enthralls the reader so overwhelmingly and having a talented narrator made Jane three dimensional. I inhaled this book, not wanting to stop until I figured out what Jane had in store for Steven. If I were you, I’d grab some popcorn, find a comfy spot and enjoy the ride. This was a Traveling Friends group selection and I’m really glad it was chosen. I’ve been a big fan of Victoria Dahl and am now following her under this pseudonym.

Book Info

  • Release Date: August 1, 2018
  • Narrator: Nicol Zanzarella
  • Audio Length: 7 hours, 48 minutes





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46 thoughts on “Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone”

  1. Great review, nice and short!
    I noticed that sometimes you don’t post pics of book covers in your reviews, which is kind of unusual, but then again we readers can really focus on your words and what you have to say about your books and stories.

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    1. Thank you, Irena! To the best of my knowledge, book covers are posted for every review. However, I just realized the view on my iPhone doesn’t include the covers unless you request the desktop view (press down on the right side in your browser for the option.) If you viewed this post on a tablet or desktop, you’d see the cover.

      Thanks for letting me know.


      1. You’re welcome! It sounds like it…someone else said she reminded them of Joe in YOU, and I immediately thought that I would love it since I loved him (in a weird I just love serial killer books way, lol).

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  2. I listened to this on Audible as well (and had the physical book) and I agree the narrator did a fantastic job. Glad to find your blog!

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