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Jane Blonde Sensational Spylet Jill Marshall
Janey Brown has just moved houses and schools. She was popular at her old school but now that she has transferred schools, people have been leaving her mean notes and making fun of her. Winston School was absolutely miserable for her, and to top it off her gym clothes were melted.
After Janey's horrible day this strange lady appears out of no where. She was telling her about how her mom is in danger, but Janey is confused on how she knows there name. The lady's name is G-Mamma and she knows her mom, Gina Bellarina or Jane Brown,by working for SPI. She works with Janeys Uncle Solomon who rins the company SPI. G-Mamma also tellls Janey that there are evil people called the Sinerlesse Group.
The Sinerlesse Group has captured Janey and G-Mamma from trying to rescue her mother, and they are asking them a ton of questions. The Stirlesse Group was wondering if they worked for Uncle Solomon. They asked Janey if she was a spylet but she was confused, until she found out that spylet meant the daughter of a spy. SHE WAS A SPY!!!
In the generator room Janey was meeting "Uncle Sol" but it really wasn't him, he kept saying it was him but he didn't look like Uncle Sol. It was really Uncle Sol and he apologized to Janey for all the trouble he had put her through for the last the three weeks. Then he told Janey that her godmothers real name was not G-Mamma is was Rosie. Then he told Janey that he carried on what he father did and recruited SPIs from all around the world, then of course they would recruit there kids, spylets.
Janey's regular teacher Miss Rale had to leave her school, so Miss Halliday will be watching after there class. Janey was really nervous about what everyone would think of her, she was sitting next to the class superstar Andrew. It was a week since Janey's adventure had happened and she learned alot about her family.! It was a fun ride for Janey and an interesting one too!!
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