USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR
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 is the second book in the Special Agent Jana Baker spy-thriller series. If you like the heart-pounding action of Brad Thor, the steel-riveting pace of Tom Clancy, and the jaw dropping suspense of Dean Koontz, then you'll love a series that combines all of their best traits in a fast-paced, captivating, and emotion-filled thriller into the depths of international terrorism.
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About the Author
Nathan Goodman lives in the United States with his wife and two daughters. His passions are rooted in writing, and all things outdoors: the health of our oceans, spending time on the beach, camping, and hiking. Where writing is concerned, the craft has always been lurking just beneath the surface. In 2013, Goodman began the formation of what would later become the story for The Fourteenth Protocol. It quickly became a bestselling international terrorist thriller.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book has a decent plot line and interesting character development but the language is stilted and wordy. Also a bit of geographical errors.
This sequel to Protocol 14 picks up with the protagonist plotting another terrorist attack on the U.S. At first, I found it a little difficult to pick up the thread of the intended plot but it soon became apparent. The characters, Cade, Jana and Kyle, the IT guy and the two FBI agents, are reunited in the effort to stop the attack before it happens. Cade and Jana deal with the idea of reigniting a staged romance they shared in Protocal 14 but both wonder if the other has feelings worth pursing or was it all an act. Again the connection with the characters and the fast packed action keep your attention. I couldn't put it down.