I See You

The long-awaited follow up to Jeanne’s debut novel, I Believe You, is almost here! The Majek family is back along with new characters you’ll grow to love.

Two years have passed since the events in I Believe You. It’s just a few days before Christmas, and the Majek family – widower and corporate CEO David, his sons Alex, Josh, and Eddie, and their extended family and friends – prepare to celebrate the holidays. But the festivities take a darker turn after Turquoise Daniels, the family’s housekeeper and property manager buys a vintage snow globe at an antique store in Cold Spring Harbor. Soon, the family is beset by cold spots, strange shadows, haunted dreams, mysterious floods of foul water, and unexplained accidents.  In their quest to rid themselves of the vengeful spirit attached to the gift, the family finds themselves at the heart of a 50-year old cold case involving the disappearance of a six-year-old girl with Down Syndrome on one of the Gold Coast’s elegant estates. Part mystery, part ghost story, and part plea for the rights of the disabled, I See You packs plot twist after plot twist with unforgettable characters for a page-turning read.



After having read and thoroughly enjoying “I Believe You”, the first book In the Majek family series, I eagerly awaited a sequel. I was not disappointed when I literally flew through the pages of “I See You”. The story is scary, spooky and so well written that you feel as if you’re part of the story as the hairs on the back of your neck stand up with fright. Having lived in a haunted house for over five years and having seen the ghost that inhabited my home, I related to this tale of the Majek family being haunted by one. If you want to be truly entertained, read this book!

L.F. Geth, Amazon review 5 out of 5 stars

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Having read I BELIEVE YOU , the first Majek story, I eagerly awaited this book. Jeanne’s vivid descriptions of landscape, architecture and characters draws you in immediately and keeps you fully engaged throughout the book. The plot, its twists and turns take you to a conclusion that leaves you wanting more and I am glad to see there is a third installment forthcoming.

KKB, Amazon Reader, five out of five stars