The Jason Betrayal

Written by Jack Bowie⎮ Narrated by Alan Philip Ormond

Author: Jack Bowie
Narrator: Alan Philip Ormond
Length: 9 hours and 8 minutes
Series: An Adam Braxton Thriller, Book 4
Publisher: Jess Lederman
Released: May 6, 2020
Genre: Political Thriller

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Someone is selling America’s secrets on the dark web. And they’re willing to destroy anyone who gets in their way...

For over 50 years, America's greatest scientists have met in secret to advise the government on issues of national importance. Their recommendations have changed the course of history.

When cyber-consultant Adam Braxton is asked to brief this group, he is flattered, but then, he learns he has not been asked to inform them, but to help them locate a turncoat. One of their members is selling national secrets to the highest bidder. And his search cannot involve the government.

Enlisting the aid of his new partner, a beautiful ex-DIA agent, and his investigator, a crusty ex-cop, Braxton digs into the history and lives of this clandestine group, unaware that the CIA is already following a different path to the traitor.

Both cases lead to a familiar enemy, and the investigators are drawn into a deadly game of deception and revenge.

Can Braxton find the traitor and stop the leaks before his friends pay the ultimate price?

The Jason Betrayal, the fourth novel in the Adam Braxton Thriller series, weaves contemporary events and cutting-edge technology in a nonstop international thriller that will challenge your understanding of the relationship between politics and science.

Meet the Author: Jack Bowie

Jack Bowie was born and raised outside of Cleveland, Ohio, then headed to Cambridge, Massachusetts to attend MIT. After graduating, he held technical management positions in public and private sector organizations in Massachusetts, Virginia and Connecticut.

During these years, he saw firsthand the successes and failures, friendships and rivalries, and alliances and conflicts that build our high tech life.

A lifelong reader of classic science fiction and espionage thrillers, Jack's writing began as a break from professional duties and grew into a passion for storytelling.  His Adam Braxton series follows a tenacious cyber-security consultant into the opportunities and dangers of high-tech.

Jack splits his time between homes in New Hampshire and Georgia where he lives with his wife Sharon and two loveable, but very demanding, Shih Tzus.

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