Books, I Believe You

Coming Soon – “I See You” – Book 2 in the Majek Family Mysteries

Coming soon – book 2 of The Majek Family mysteries: I See You. I’m still waiting for my editor and beta readers to finish the draft but so far they seem to enjoy the story.

Here’s what Polly, one of the beta readers (first readers for reaction to plot, story, and characters) had to say:

Alright book loving friends. I have been working on an advanced read for a newer author that is not new to writing. Jeanne Grunet’s new book I See You is filled with colorful characters and suspenseful events that keep you turning pages. This story will never allow me to look at a water globe the same again. She is definitely an author to check out. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have.

Polly, ADVANCED READER

I See You picks up three years after the events of I Believe You. Turquoise, the family’s quirky housekeeper, shops in an antique store for a Christmas present for her millionaire boss. She’s drawn to a water globe – a snow globe, one of those trinkets you shake and fake snow swirls around the scene. The antique snow globe, however, is more than just a toy. It is the key that unlocks a deadly mystery from Long Island’s Great Gatsby Era. David, Turquoise, Eddie, Josh, Joan, David’s executive assistant, must solve the case of a missing child or struggle with a vengeful spirit hell-bent on wreaking havoc with their lives.

When will the book be available? I was hoping by October, but it depends on my editor and her schedule. I will keep you updated here.

In the meantime, do check out my novellas, It Was Mine and The Last Run of the 6:01, both available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle.

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