Double Jeopardy

Hot pursuit When twin sisters Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield land internships at The Sweet Valley News, they think they ll be reporting the news but they end up making headlines when Jessica becomes an eyewitness to murder.Then Adam Maitland, a friend of the twins brother, Steven, is charged with the murder And Elizabeth has evidence that could convict him JessicaHot pursuit When twin sisters Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield land internships at The Sweet Valley News, they think they ll be reporting the news but they end up making headlines when Jessica becomes an eyewitness to murder.Then Adam Maitland, a friend of the twins brother, Steven, is charged with the murder And Elizabeth has evidence that could convict him Jessica knows Adam is innocent she saw the murderer and she sets out to prove it The problem is, he saw her, too Can the twins find the killer before he finds them Or will Jessica and Elizabeth be caught in a deadly case of mistaken identity
Double Jeopardy Hot pursuit When twin sisters Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield land internships at The Sweet Valley News they think they ll be reporting the news but they end up making headlines when Jessica becomes

  • Title: Double Jeopardy
  • Author: Francine Pascal Kate William
  • ISBN: 9780606035675
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Double Jeopardy”

    1. Synopsis: So the Wakefield twins have internships at the Sweet Valley News. Because high-schoolers go on internships all the time. 16-year-olds are barely allowed to work. I digress (already). Normally this is something Jessica would split all her ends about, but because the totally hunky (and age-inappropriate) Seth Miller works there, Jessica couldn't be more thrilled. Oh, and he's a crime novelist. Frankly, this seems more up Liz's alley, but she's infatuated with Jeffrey at the moment.Speaki [...]

    2. In case you ever needed to know, this is the first of the SVH Thrillers. If you don't particularly like Jessica-centric books, you should avoid this one. Liz exists mostly to get things wrong and for a case of mistaken identity.Anyway. It's summer and the twins are working at the Sweet Valley News, which makes sense for Liz, but not really for Jessica. You'd think they'd give that job to someone who might actually want it, which Jessica obviously doesn't. That is until Seth appears and Jessica f [...]

    3. Even though I didn't read Sweet Valley, I think I thought this might be a "first book" that would interest me (but it was only "Super Thriller #1," not an actual beginning of a series, so I was in the dark about a lot of stuff). I also didn't like murder mysteries or thrillers. So I honestly have little idea why I even tried to read this. Anyway, there's a complex plot that involves murder, misplaced blame, and Jessica Wakefield being a horrible conniving person in an attempt to seem interesting [...]

    4. Jessica REALLY wants the hot mystery writer to notice her, and she thinks she has a chance when she and her twin sister Elizabeth get the internship they wanted, but then Jessica witnesses a murder and everything changes, with the wrong guy landing in jail. When too many close calls suggest the murderer is after Jessica (and Elizabeth too, since they look alike), the Wakefields have to use what he doesn't know against him to catch the real killer.My pet peeves were hit one after the other in thi [...]

    5. This was my first and probably last SVH, but it was a mystery, so I might have the wrong impression about the series. There was lots of "long blond hair swaying" language, but this one had a murder. So that's why I'm giving it three instead of two stars, since I like murder.Erm, reading about it.

    6. Another adventure with the Wakefield twins. This time they are helping to prove their brother's friend is not the murderer the police think he is. I enjoyed this one a lot but I did figure out who the killer was pretty early on.

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