From Book 1: A terrorist on the loose, a country in panic, and time is running out. After an eleventh terrorist attack, the American people are at a breaking point. But when a fledgling special agent stumbles across the one clue that could break the case wide open, she uncovers a secret CIA spy operation which rocks the core of the highest levels of U.S. government. Come iFrom Book 1: A terrorist on the loose, a country in panic, and time is running out. After an eleventh terrorist attack, the American people are at a breaking point. But when a fledgling special agent stumbles across the one clue that could break the case wide open, she uncovers a secret CIA spy operation which rocks the core of the highest levels of U.S. government. Come inside this spider's web of espionage, conspiracy and intrigue, and witness young Agent Baker's struggles against evil and her own fears as they take her to the edge of the abyss; and the clock is ticking. From Book 2: What do you see when the demons come? For Special Agent Jana Baker, fear has a face. Terrorist Waseem Jarrah steals a nuclear weapon, and Jana's swirling nightmare begins again. He's got the United States in his crosshairs, and Baker might be the only asset that can stop him. But Jarrah is way ahead in the game, and Jana's terrifying flashbacks begin to scratch at her psyche. If she doesn't gain control of them, the next scream she hears may be her own. Protocol 15 can be read stand-alone, but is the second book in the Special Agent Jana Baker spy-thriller series....
|Title||:||the fourteenth protocol protocol 15|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||709 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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the fourteenth protocol protocol 15 Reviews
Good summer thrillerGood action packed story. Caution! This book may make you lose sleep at night. An intriguing and frightening plot line. Slows down a bit with just the terrorists, but jumps right back up when we get back to Jana.
These books were promoted as , Jana Baker, the next Jack Bauer. Not in my mind anyway. If you took a Nichols Sparks novel and mashed it into a Tom Clancy novel and added the gang from Scooby Do you would have this series. The author touched all the compulsory points. Angry "middle eastern" terrorist, check. Missing nuclear warhead, check. Hipster FBI director, check. Rogue NSA analyst (named Uncle Bill), check. Good old boy network(he was my room mate at Georgetown), check. Hot female FBI agent(I have to work twice as hard as the male agents to get recognized), check. My suggestion for this author is if you want to write a romance novel, do so. If you want your agent Jana Baker to be something other than a token babe, leave out the cheesy romance.
Over all, its a great book. The argument increased the complexity as they passed the chapters. I have to admit that certain dialogues became a little bit difficult to me because the author wrote colloquially as people of some places of United States, like Kentucky or so. But anyway, I enjoy it very much.