JET: Dangerous Prey – A Kindle Worlds Novella


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Now available on Russell Blake’s new JET Kindle World on Amazon!

Set in the days of Jet’s service with the Mossad, she is called to South America to help put an end to a drug smuggling operation that functions as a covert source of operational financing for a Middle Eastern terrorist organization. With the organization’s sights set on the destabilization of Israel, its intent was to wreak havoc on Israeli interests, attacking them both at home and abroad.

Due to the Mossad’s lack of a support network in countries like Bolivia, as well as the short-notice nature of the operation, Jet was called on to take on this mission alone. With little to no support until it is time for her extraction, Jet must face the might of powerful drug cartels aligned with the enemies of the country she is sworn to protect, with little more than her training and experience to fall back on when things go wrong.
As she wraps up the sanction, her clean get away falls apart and an entirely new struggle arises. The story starts off in the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, then on to Chimore, Cochabamba, Bolivia, and then deep in the jungle that spans the borders of Bolivia and Peru.

Join her as she faces these challenges, along with her gains, her losses, her heartbreak, and hope. Follow along as those who hunt her learn the hard way that they are chasing dangerous prey.

Check out JET: Dangerous Prey as well as the other JET novellas on Russell Blake’s JET Kindle World!

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    Your new novel only appears to be available on amazon’s American site. Your others are on the British site – you couldn’t put your new one up on as well?

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      Hi Nick, thanks for the reply. This is a novella I wrote for Russell Blake’s JET Amazon Kindle World, therefore, Amazon has all the rights to distribution, not me. I’m not sure why they limit it to certain markets, but even authors that want to contribute to Kindle Worlds who live in other countries have to do work-arounds to participate. Sorry about that, but if were up to me it would be distributed globally like my others are.

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