Jane Whitefield Series
Jane Whitefield books in order
Jane Whitefield, a Native American (Seneca) guide who helps people disappear, based in Deganawida, New York:
9 books in series
A thrilling novel about Jane Whitefield, a Native American guide who helps desperate people disappear from enemies who want them dead. With ancient and modern tricks up her sleeve, Jane can fool any pursuer and create new identities for her clients. However, when an ex-cop suspected of embezzling seeks her help, Jane walks into a trap that will test her heritage and cunning. A challenging and satisfying read with many surprising twists.
In Dance for the Dead, Native American heroine Jane Whitefield helps people disappear by creating new identities to keep them safe from their enemies. But when she must fight for the lives of two people who have lived under false pretenses for years, she suspects a single cunning enemy may be behind it all. As she works to preserve their lives, Jane must outsmart a terrifying predator who grows more powerful with each kill.
Follow Jane Whitefield, a Native American with impressive escapology skills, as she orchestrates the disappearance of a Las Vegas gambling boss. However, she quickly learns of the ruthless killers after him and must race against time to save his life. This thriller spans from Las Vegas to New York to the Rockies, and is a nail-biting story of survival and strategy.
A former guide who helps people disappear, Jane Whitefield, takes on one final task at the request of her husband's mentor, a plastic surgeon wanted for murder. She uncovers a dark and twisted group of people called the Face Changers, who use her reputation and techniques to destroy lives instead of saving them.
In "Blood Money" by Thomas Perry, Jane Whitefield takes on the mafia and their money as she helps a young girl flee from a deadly mafioso. With the help of Bernie the Elephant, Jane engineers the biggest theft of all time, stealing billions from hidden mafia accounts and donating the money to charity. Heart-stopping pace, fine writing, and mesmerizing characters combine in this thrilling novel.
"Runner" follows Jane Whitefield, the fiercely resourceful Native American guide, who returns from retirement to help fugitives out of danger. After a nine-year hiatus, Jane finds herself face to face with a young pregnant girl who has been tracked across the country by a team of hired hunters. Despite her vow to never work again, Jane must transform the victim into a runner, setting off a dangerous mission that will either be a rescue operation or a chance for revenge. Thomas Perry's latest thriller is a must-read for fans of the genre.
A woman helps free an innocent man from prison and is kidnapped and shot in return. She is left alone and wounded, thousands of miles from home with no money or ID, and hunted by both the police and her captors. With the spirit of her Seneca ancestors, she must reach the man she saved and get them both to safety, fighting cunning and ferocious enemies along the way.
This thrilling novel follows Jane McKinnon, a former protector of innocent victims on the run who is now living a quiet suburban life. But when eight clan mothers ask for her help finding a childhood friend wanted for murder, Jane is pulled back into a dangerous world. As she retraces a trip taken with the friend long ago, Jane must navigate a twisted plot in order to protect those she loves. A String of Beads is a fast-paced and addictive read about the difficulties of abandoning the past, even when lives are at stake.
Disappearances and new identities are Jane Whitefield's specialty. When a young woman from LA comes to her for help after her testimony sends her abusive ex-boyfriend to prison, Jane takes on the case. With the help of her skills and connections, she outsmarts the ex and his new Russian organized crime allies, leading to a bloody chase through the Northeast and finally into the Hundred Mile Wilderness in Maine. Only one party will survive in this dangerous game of cat and mouse.