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Backstage Stuff (Jane Wheel Series #7)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2012

    Great book

    I would highly recomend this to a friend. This is wonderful!!! Whoever rates this 1 star is a retarded potato faced turdy idiodic elmo monster!

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  • Posted February 23, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    I just finished reading this, the number 7 book in the Jane Wheel series. I truly enjoyed every minute that I spend with Sharon Fiffer's innovated plot & all the characterful people & elements in this highly entertaining book. You can read a synopsis of this book on line or by other reviewers but my recommendation would be to pick up a copy for yourself & see why Backstage Stuff deserves a 5 star rating. Bravo Sharon Fiffer !

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  • Posted January 23, 2011

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    Another great chapter in Jane Wheel's Life

    This is a beautiful & touching book, besides being a fun mystery. Many big changes are occurring in Jane's life. She returns to Kankakee to help Tim with an estate sale and an amateur theater production. These provide the structure for the story that Sharon Fiffer tells. But the real story is the beautiful tribute to Nellie -- who Jane really does resemble. This may not be the greatest mystery in the series, but it is one of the best reads for those of us who love Jane.

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  • Posted November 11, 2010

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    A good whodnit

    Jane Wheel is a picker who buys items at estate sales, auctions and flea market to resell at a higher price. She is also a private investigator's apprentice, which will come in handy when she and her friend picker Tim Lowry are preparing to show the Kendall Estate so it will look good to customers attending the event.

    Tim finds an old play written by Frederick Kendall in 1908; believing it will bring in more buyers, he wants to put on a production of the murder mystery play that Jane finds as amusing drivel that helps lift her from the depression of her divorce from Nick. His plan is to use friends and family including Jane's parents. A ventriloquist's dummy Mr. Bumby is leaving threatening notes insisting people will if the play is performed. Tragedy strikes when a carpenter is murdered. Jane investigates hoping to find the culprit before someone else is killed.

    Jan Wheel has become more confident in her self and likewise with her sleuthing abilities as she follows her instincts while seeking clues. Jane assumes the person sending the threatening messages via the dummy is the killer, but who remains elusive. Using dabs of humor, readers will enjoy the latest Wheel Stuff (see Buried Stuff) as Jane regains her equilibrium.

    Harriet Klausner

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