Nicholas Drummond, “a new son of Bond licensed to shine”(Kirkus Reviews) returns in the third Brit in the FBI thriller.
Nicholas Drummond and his partner, Mike Caine, rush to stop the deadly bombings and cyber attacks of an environmental terrorist group. But when the organization is infiltrated by an international assassin, it will take help from fellow FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock to stop something much bigger from going down...
Bestseller Coulter and Ellison's intense, captivating third Brit in the FBI novel (after 2014's The Lost Key) pits FBI agent Nicholas Drummond and his partner, Michaela "Mike" Caine, against Celebrants of Earth, a small terrorist group whose goal is "to eliminate oil imports from the Middle East." When a bomb explodes at an oil refinery in Bayonne, N.J., causing multiple casualties, CIA agent Vanessa Grace, who's been operating undercover in COE, fears that the group plans to escalate the violence. In particular, Vanessa worries COE will target a high-level U.S. government official in retaliation for American involvement in Middle East peace negotiations. Meanwhile, COE may be harboring one of the world's most dangerous assassins, Zahir Damari. Nicholas and Mike work in perfect sync, never missing a beat when interviewing witnesses, despite Nicholas's fastidious nature and the ever-present attraction between the two. Their relationship leaves much room for developments in future installments of this excellent suspense series.
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Excellent book loved the plot and the characters. The book moved very fast and the chapters flowed together no breaks. I love this writer thanks k
Read about 2/3 and gave up. Really boring. I have read every Coulter FBI book to this point and always enjoyed them. I will not buy anymore.
The End Game
I have loved Catherine Coulters books forever, and the plot of The End Game is as good as ever, but I really do have to say that the dialogue is getting really stilted and unbelievable. I know of no one who talks like these characters, and I know a lot of law enforcement types. I hope it gets better.