Jet – Rescue: An independent book review



By Kim Cano

JET-rescueCoverKim Cano’s Jet – Rescue, her entry in the Jet Kindle World, is an excellent novella—which is more than I can say for some of the other entries in this oeuvre.

Cano rewrote a troubling episode from Blake’s second book in the series, Jet – Betrayal. It’s troubling because it’s about forced child prostitution in Bangkok’s notorious red-light district. Former Mossad agent Maya, code-named Jet, is chasing a quarry hiding in the jungles of Myanmar, or Burma. She begins by infiltrating a sex club in Bangkok, Thailand, where some of the favourite selections are children, including a 10-year-old girl named Lawan.

It’s a heartbreaking part of the action-adventure series, and Kim Cano has taken it and scored a touchdown. She presents the whole episode through the eyes of 10-year-old Lawan, and manages to craft a believable story. She presents Jet and her partner in this story through Lawan’s eyes, as well as the sex club and its owner and manager. She keeps the style simple and honest and clear.

Cano is a talented and professional writer. She knows what she’s doing, and her Jet – Rescue is a worthy addition to the genre.

5*****

Find it on Amazon.

About the Author

Comments

  1. Thanks for the lovely review! I have enjoyed being part of the Jet Kindle World and am grateful to be included with such a talented group of authors.