You Don't Know Jack
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FROM USA TODAY & MILLION-COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR J. ROBERT KENNEDY
ONLY JACK COULD GET LUCKY IN WARSAW, THEN WAKE UP IN MOSCOW A WANTED MAN.
When Jack—just Jack—attends a soiree at the Russian Embassy in Warsaw, Poland, he isn’t there for a good time—he’s there to meet with a Russian asset within the FSB, the successor to the dreaded KGB. She insists she has intel that must be delivered directly into his hands, but not before she enjoys one last tryst with the CIA Operations Officer.
Jack is more than happy to comply, and after a night of passion, falls asleep with a smile on his face.
Only to wake up in a hotel room in Moscow, with the state police pounding on his door.
Jack, and America, stand accused of assassinating the Russian president, and the two great nations stand on the brink of war.
Disavowed, Jack must not only clear his name, but discover who the true assassin is, despite the fact he is tormented by flashbacks of the treacherous act.
Jack is in a race against time to find the truth before two countries with massive nuclear arsenals at their disposal go to war.
In You Don’t Know Jack, award-winning USA Today and million-copy bestselling author J. Robert Kennedy introduces a new series, heavy on action, suspense, intrigue, and humor, certain to keep fans of modern spy thrillers on the edge of their seats. If you’re a fan of Kane, Hunt, Bourne, or Bond, you’ll love Jack.
Get your copy of You Don’t Know Jack today, and see what happens when Jack has a great night, and a very bad day…
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT J. ROBERT KENNEDY:
★★★★★ “Non-stop action that is impossible to put down.”
★★★★★ “The action sequences are particularly well-written and exciting, without being overblown.”
★★★★★ “I love how the author explains what’s needed but doesn’t just ramble on in narrative.”
★★★★★ “The events in this adventure are so real and so heart pounding you can’t put it down. Mr. Kennedy is by far my favorite writer.”