Jet-carceration

Incarceration
(Jet #10)
by Russell Blake (2015)

Jet’s peaceful existence in Kosovo is shattered when unexpected enemies surface to settle old scores and make her pay in blood. Spanning the globe from Russia to Syria to Romania to Washington, nothing is as it seems, and her adversaries will scour the earth to destroy her and the new life she, Matt, and Hannah have built.


Better than the last, this involves Jet and Matt separating. With Jet in a prison, most of the book it Jet’s story of how she escapes, teams up with fellow inmates and peruses her enemies. However at the end it looks like she has made a new enemy. Another fast and gripping read.