This is our introduction, and that of the FBI, to Jana Baker, a determined young woman who gets the internship of her dreams as PA to Petrolsoft’s billionaire CEO, Runa Dima. Petrolsoft is a software company with fingers in the oil futures pie, going from strength to strength. Dima’s cousin, Jeffrey, is a womaniser that makes the position not as attractive as it might have been, but Jana feels she can handle him. She is followed by a mysterious man who, despite her earlier suspicions, turns out to be an FBI agent.
At first she cannot believe that her employers are being suspected of having links to Al-Qaida, but in time she agrees to try and infiltrate the computers of the company to see if they are indeed up to no good.
And from there an exciting tale of a talented amateur, agents and terrorists unfolds as our first in the Agent Jana Baker Series. Well written, convincing characters, a gripping plot and a tense story keep us glued until the last word.
Thanks to Nathan Goodman and Instafreebies for this copy. This review is in recognition of the sterling work that makes quality stories available to the hungry reading public prepared to take a chance and don’t have to pay a penny. Or dime, or whatever.
Protocol One is the first book in Nathan Goodman’s bestselling Special Agent Jana Baker Spy-Thriller Series.