What Janie Found - Caroline B. Cooney
Janie's father, the one in Connecticut, has had a stroke and a heart attack. The responsibility of his papers and bills that need paid have fallen into Janie's hands.

While going through the paid bills, Janie finds a file about Hannah. And what she finds is hard for her to process.

It seems that her father has been sending money to Hannah for years. Despite all the trouble she put her parents through with the cult, he still worried about her.

And all it did was make Janie angry.

Janie found the address where Hannah picked up the checks. She figured it is time to pay Hannah a visit and finally get some answers.

This book continues Janie's story. It seems when it was originally published, it was said to be the conclusion to the series. It's not, apparently, since there is now a fifth book in the series. Even though it was originally the conclusion to this series, I felt the ending left it open for future books.

I liked the book. It was intense at times, and often very emotional. All most of the characters had something they were going through as what happened had affected them all in someway.

Stephen was much more likable in this book. I can't say that I really liked Stephen's girlfriend or her father all that much. To me, they seemed insensitive. Asking questions about Janie and the kidnapping even though Stephen said he didn't want to talk about it.

The book was good though, and I will read the fifth book in the series to see how it all ends.