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Venezuela's overcrowded prison system is hell on earth. Murders, corruption, and gang wars are nothing out of the ordinary. On a humid summer's day in the state of Vargas, a new prisoner arrives at "El Infierno", the country's most notorious gulag. Newcomers are subject to savage beatings. They're treated as slaves by the general prison population.

But not this time....

Because the fresh arrival is ex-US black ops mercenary Jason King, locked up without a trial, determined to work out who falsely charged him with murder - and why. He wonders which inmate will provoke him first and unleash who he used to be....

©2016 Matt Rogers (P)2017 Tantor

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Sequel is better then the first...

This is book two in the Jason King series. In this book King is in Venezuela following an ordeal in Australia involving his black ops handler. He has plenty of money and lots of time to do what ever he wants. He's staying in a luxury hotel and trying to learn to relax. Following a work out in the hotel gym the police arrive m, he's arrested and with no trial put into one of the worst prisons in Venezuela for life. No one has ever escaped.
In this book a little more background is given on the protagonist. He is also much less Reacher-ish. In this book he is a little more of a bad a**, and the reader is reminded of this a few times during the book when someone would say to him that he doesn't know who he's dealing with and he'll tell them or someone else that they don't know who they're dealing with. He also alludes to more than one other prisoner that he was more than just DELTA even though he knows he shouldn't. There is a very twisted reason why he was put in prison and an even more twisted antagonist or two or three!
Anyway this is a very good, fast paced, action packed thriller. So far only two books are on Audible out of seven in the series. I am hoping the rest make it onto audio as I would like to listen to them and see how this character progresses as well as the author's writing style.
Roger Wayne does a very good job narrating.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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