A New Day (Book 3 in the IIA Files)
Cam Butler has faced many life-threatening events since becoming a secret agent. She's had to rescue her brother from a madman, battled plenty of rogue agents, and her and her friends have been chased by mutations designed by the evil mastermind Jim Nolen.
Nolen hasn't been heard from in a while now, and when suspicions begin to rise to an all-time-high, Cam is given a new mission. This one, however, is... strange.
Cam is used to recovering stolen government items, retrieving records lost long ago, and risking her life to save the world. This next mission she is given, though, deals with a mass-murder. Usually the International Intelligence Agency doesn't get involved in "domestic cases", so what makes this one different?