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JET IV - Reckoning pits Jet against the deadliest threat yet: an enemy with endless resources who will stop at nothing to destroy her. From the mountains of Indonesia to the streets of Washington, Jet discovers in a breakneck-paced roller-coaster of action that danger lurks in the unlikeliest of places and nothing is as it seems.

©2012 Russell Blake (P)2014 Russell Blake

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  • Jean
  • 08-12-16

Action Packed

This is the fourth book in the Jet Series about a young woman code named “Jet”, a former Mossad operative. At the end of the last book, we had Hannah in the care of a nanny in Uruguay. Alan, the brother of Jet’s husband is on the way to Uruguay. He is also a Mossad operative. Jet is fly to Uruguay after killing a Russian mobster that was trying to kill her and Hannah.

This book opens with Alan flying into Buenos Aires, Argentina and rushing to catch the ferry he had reserved a seat on when a bomb blows it up; he is the only survivor. He finds his way to Montevideo and finds Hannah and Jet under surveillance and no longer safe. Someone is out to kill them. The action is nonstop and the suspense builds throughout the story. This is about the same theme as the prior book and the action continues. I hope the next book has a different story line. Blake is an excellent writer and I found my attention never wavered from the story.

Braden Wright does a good job narrating the book. Wright is an actor, voice-over artist and audiobook narrator.

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  • Wayne
  • 21-10-16

The JET series is addictive!

I'm listening t the series in order beginning with the prequel. All five novels so far have been exceptionally good espionage thrillers. JET is an ex-Mossad female operative who now wants to fade into the background and raise her toddler daughter in peace. Her past keeps coming back to haunt her as her enemies seek to kill her and her daughter. Actor Braden Wright does a great job of narration. I highly recommend this entire series.

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  • shenandoah
  • 05-11-16

another great one

Kept me enthralled from beginning to end!! action drama and suspense all rolled in one

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  • dominick sabatini
  • 03-05-18

jet 4

Love this series. I'm recommending it to all my friends and family. thank you Audiobook.

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  • itinerant
  • 08-10-17

one too many

The first book was fun. The second book was similarly fun. The third book began to stray into romance novel territory. This one has officially jumped the shark, and I won't read any more. It was entertaining enough, had some good action sequences, the usual fascination with weapons and tactics . . . but the plot was strictly romance novel fluff and coincidence and soap-opera dialogue . . . and the reader. Oh, the reader. He's the second reader this year who doesn't know how to read dialogue, doesn't understand interjections of 'she said' as part of the flow of the sentence, instead reading them as separate bits of dialogue. Oy vey. And the voices . . . sure, readers of Jet novels need to be able to do men''s voices and women's voices, and he give it a good effort, but flails, especially for the Latina. Too much: no more.