Death of a Neighborhood Witch
Jaine Austen is has become the main suspect in a murder of the neighborhood's worst neighbor during a Halloween party. Jaine Austen is back to her amateur detective work when the Cryptessa, the nightmare of the neighborhood is found murdered during a Halloween party. She becomes the main suspect for this old washed up actress Cryptessa Muldoon when she is found murdered with her own Do Not Trespass sign. Meanwhile, Jaine and Lance, who shared a wall in t... Killer Blonde
Kensington, Jul 2004, 22.00, 234 pp.
Though she would prefer to say no to Beverly Hills socialite SueEllen Kingsley, writer Jaine Austen needs the money so that she and Prozac the cat can eat in the style that Ben & Jerry recommend. She knows if offered she will ghostwrite an insipid mess. Before meeting SueEllen, Jaine meets her client's stepdaughter fifteen years old overweight Heidi, who warns her that within a week she wil... Killing Cupid
Jaine Austen lives a lifestyle that involves working with the rich, super thin, health conscience and fashion forward people of which she is far from being a part of because she has mounts of bills to pay, deal with her demanding cat Prozac and her appetite for junk food and nasty cat food along with long distant emails about their zany adventures, and suffers from thick thighs, an addiction to food and the comfort of her elastic waist pants. With a life... Last Writes
Kensington, July 2003, 22.00, 241 pp.
Writer Jaine Austen has spent years writing resumes and brochures waiting for her big break and she finally thinks she has it when she is asked to be a ghost writer for the new television show “Muffy and Me”. It is a teen-age sitcom about a girl who gets knocked out by a volleyball and acquires magical powers. Jaine's friend Kandi, formerly an animation writer for the hit cartoon Beanie and...
This Pen For Hire
Kensington, Jun 2002, 22.00, 203 pp.
Her almost namesake (mom could not spell) is probably turning over in her grave with the type of writings that freelance ad author Jaine Austen flushes from the deepest bowls of her mind. Industrial strength toilets not romances are Jaine's typical ballads. So when nerd Howard Murdoch hires her to write a love letter to aerobics instructor Stacy Lawrence, Jaine feels this is her chance a...