On a rare visit back to the States, Jets is dispatched to collect a video depicting the kidnapping of four U.S. journalists working undercover in Damascus, Syria.
When a link between the video and a terrorist plot in Damascus is discovered, all evidence points to the involvement of another U.S. journalist, Amelia Sinclair, a prominent foreign correspondent who has direct ties to the missing journalists.
Despite the evidence, Agent Jets can’t shake the belief that Amelia is being framed to take the fall for something far bigger than either of them.
Abandoning his orders, he soon discovers a menacing plot is being orchestrated to draw the United States into an international scandal—and shatter the current presidency.
But Jets can’t trust anyone, and in the country he swore to protect, nowhere is safe.
About the author
Jolene Grace grew up in Eastern Europe and has witnessed firsthand the region's geopolitical makeover as well as the economical struggles of poverty faced by all, which is a prevalent theme in her writing.
She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Broadcasting, which fueled her interest in politics. Jolene interned for CBS Evening News, working on the foreign desk at night time and has covered many wars, including the American/Iraq War.
A member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime, Jolene makes her home in Massachusetts with her husband and children, where she writes full-time. Going Dark is her debut novel in her Gabriel Jets spy series.