By and For Inland NW Writers
Abandoned as a child through the death of her parents, Jazz had to learn to fight… even for her sanity. She is a feisty, introspective, 22-year-old, and the most adept remote viewer the National Clandestine Service has ever found. They hire her to locate Chinese assassins and name their Elite targets. When this mission is compromised, Jazz is trapped in a lethal war between assassins and power brokers.
During what at first looks like a respite, Jazz meets Aidan, and struggles to resist the vivacity reflected in his dimpled smile. As things heat up, Jazz begins a quest to expose her enemy. The chase takes her from an abandoned military base near Washington D.C. to a Buddhist monastery on Black Dragon Mountain in China. Here she explores ancient Chinese arts and unveils repressed memories while uncovering conspiracies that threaten the most basic human right: the right to life. Jazz also discovers what Aidan will sacrifice to find her.
To honor a promise she made, Jazz pinpoints a missing human-rights attorney. Then she devises a bold plan to help him and a young Chinese woman, a victim of the one-child policy, escape, and reunite with their families.