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It is found out that her best friend Ariel who she knows as Freddie, is the leader of the Sinerlesse Group. It is her teacher who writes those bad notes. Janey is initially introduced as a socially awkward and bullied adolescent, though she gains confidence with her new powers as a spylet and the friendship of Alfie. Kid Educator and godmother though, due to her false memories of her past, Jean doesn't remember Rosie, creating problems early in the seriesG-Mamma serves as Jane's trainer and handler.
Boz is largely shrouded in mystery throughout the series, leading to several misunderstandings, though he communicates with his daughter during his absence through coded messages disguised as puzzles. The Sinnerlesse Group — a spy group, originally a group of field scientists of SPI, the primary antagonists in the first book.
Trouble — Boz and Janey's spy cat. KE of Titian Ambition.
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Leaf — a spylet, once a spy for Copernicus. Blackbird — a spylet, once a spy for Copernicus. Rook — twin of Blackbird, loyal to Boz.
James initially appears to be a somewhat dull and humourless banker in the first book. He is introduced with two daughters, of whom he shares custody with his ex-wife.
Chloe - Janey's identical twin, a non-spy clone Bert-Newbie spy in Australia spi name: Sensational Spylet Jane Blonde: Spies Trouble Jane Blonde: It's jam-packed with action and adventure and lots of twists and turns so you always want to read on.
Have you read this book? This book was awesome and it kept me on the edge of my seat wanting to read on! I love the part when G-Mamma comes out of nowhere and reveals Janey's secret identity as Jane Blonde. I like the power where she throws sparkly hair clips and can run through the air.
Jane Blonde Books - JILL MARSHALL BOOKSWhere friends meet for adventures
Jewel, 11, Manhattan Although it was good and had lots of adventure, it was quite boring in places and a bit like other books around at the moment. Jamie, 14, Durham i liked this book, it was a good read and very interesting.
It was a cool storyline and surprising in ways i wasn't expecting.
Charlotte, 14, Hull The book blew me away and was one of the best I'd read in quite a while. Just the right amount of mystery and surprise.
Agent Jane Blonde Returns to the Reels with a New Mission
A very, very good book. Eve, 10, Normanton Jane Blonde is a great book people who should read it are people who like spies, gadgets, action and you have to have a imagination if your this type of person, quick get down to your nearest bookshop. Athena, 11, Sevenoaks Fab book a book that i couldn't put down. Rosie, 11, Shropshire This book is the best!