Before reading an ARC of the 2nd Jack Jago book,
I picked up this 1st book in the series to read first and I’m so glad I did!
This was quick read, yet the story was very satisfying. I’m not used to reading stories with a British military feel, so it took me a few chapters to feel like I understood the nuances the author intended. I found the main character, Jago, to be a alpha male with intense abilities. The story moves along quickly despite a very detailed description of events, characters and surroundings. The storyline about corruption in shipping regarding plastic pollution and corrupt business practices is unfortunately only too realistic.
I’m looking forward to reading the 2nd book in the Jack Jago Thriller series.
Read this crime action thriller novella, the first in the series.
The Plastic Paradigm – If Plastic Waste is the “New Narcotic”, then Jack Jago is the antidote.
In this fast-paced novella:
After a top government research scientist and his assistant go missing, Jack Jago, an independent Security Specialist goes undercover, posing as a lone fisherman, where he’s at home on the water and busy gathering samples and intelligence.
One evening a ship in port weighs its anchor, revealing the body of a young seaman. His killers had tied him to a link in the anchor chain, and now they’re after his contacts, but why?
Although Jago is happy to work alone his life moves up a gear, to the level where he is most comfortable – one teeming with action and danger, where he has to outsmart and defeat his criminal adversaries.
The question is: Can Jago prevent further loss of life while bringing the upswell of corruption, death, and plastic pollution to an end?
The Plastic Paradigm is the gripping first title in the Jack Jago Thriller Series
What the Reviewers Are Saying:
“Meet the next James Bond. Jago is definitely someone I’d want on my side.”
“I’d spend money and time to watch it in movie form.”
“A very enjoyable book with believable characters and storyline. Loads of action from start to end. Reminded me a bit of Zeb Carter. Hope to hear more from PAUL, I do like to read series books and get to know characters and this one looks very promising xx”