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    Pass this one by

    I couldn't finish this book. It was so fantastical, which is okay if you make me believe it could happen. The writer didn't accomplish that. The characters were weak and I felt no connection to them.
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    Phenomenal book that I LOVED! If you like a well crafted plot with plenty of action and a hint of romance, this one's for you! The FBI team is contacted by a renowned thief, the Fox, for assistance. Not something most criminals would do, but this is no ordinary criminal. The Covert Eyes team flies to Venice to meet with her, but are met with an unpleasant welcome that has the fighting for their lives. As they investigate and begin putting the puzzle pieces together, they begin to suspect that the problem is much more sinister than anything they could have imagined. What follows is a compelling tale that had me turning pages just as quickly as possible. The authors have created a well researched novel with actual historical and biblical data woven into it. The result is a novel that kept me on the edge of my seat and totally immersed in the story. I could never have predicted the twists and turns that took place and that made me enjoy it so much more. This is a must read for fans of the genre...and if you're not a fan of the genre, this might just change your mind. Put this one at the top of your list.
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    Watch Out for Storms

    This book combines all the best features in a thriller. The plot is very inventive and imaginative, but realistic. The events of history play a role in the present. Both heroes and villains are larger than life. The suspense continues unabated as the action travels from the Gobi Desert to Italy to England and to a hidden island in the area called the Bermuda Triangle. The style of writing allows a new character to be introduced and fleshed out without detracting at all from the action and suspense. A great wrinkle is the combining of the top FBI team of Nick and Michaela with the top thief, Kitsune, and her husband, Grant. This unlikely combination works to stop a plot to control the entire world through a combination of advanced technology and biblical power. Just a very great Book.
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    An Engrossing Page-Turner

    THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE by Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison, the fourth book in the BRIT IN THE FBI THRILLER series, is an action-packed story full of heartless villains, bright and creative FBI agents, and a master thief who is trying to save Washington, DC from a manmade weather catastrophe. The story begins in early 16th century France as Leonardo Da Vinci lies dying. His protege/lover is helping Da Vinci arrange folios of his artwork. Da Vinci demands that the folio with the lightening bolt be destroyed, as it could lead to the destruction of mankind. The story continues in present day Venice. Master thief Kitsune (aka the Fox) delivers what's believed to be the original staff of Moses to clients who are paying her ten million euros to steal it from the Topkapi Palace Museum in Turkey. As she waits to hand over the staff, she overhears voices in another room talking about the creation of a sand tsunami that would damage Beijing. The buyers order Kitsune killed, but she escapes and then sees a TV report about a deadly sandstorm bearing down on Beijing. When she gets back to her home in Capri, she discovers her husband has been kidnapped. She calls FBI Special Agents Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine to ask for their help and tells them about the strange conversation she overheard. Thus begins Nicholas' and Mike's race to find Kitsune's husband and prevent future manmade catastrophic weather around the world. Pros: 1. It's an energy-filled, engaging page-turner that never seems to lag, thanks to carefully chosen words to convey a deep sense of urgency throughout the book. 2. The villains are fully drawn and portrayed as brilliant but deeply disturbed. They only care for each other and for ultimate world power. 3. The narrative is fresh and not repetitive, and conversations are believable. 4. The descriptions of settings are fairly vivid and not overly done. Cons: The main characters, Nicholas and Mike, are not very well developed. Maybe they've been better described in earlier books, but that doesn't help a reader new to the series, as I am. I had to gather the little info regarding their relationship, work roles, and personalities from bits and pieces scattered throughout the book. Overall: THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE is an engrossing page-turner that would appeal to suspense and thriller lovers everywhere. If You Like This, You Might Like: Other BRIT IN THE FBI THRILLERS by Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison, LUCY KINCAID NOVELS by Allison Brennan, DECKER/LAZARUS NOVELS by Faye Kellerman, BUCHANAN/FBI SERIES by Julie Garwood, TRACERS SERIES by Laura Griffin, TAYLOR JACKSON NOVELS by J.T. Ellison, FORGOTTEN FILES and THE MORGANS OF NASHVILLE series by Mary Burton * Read my other reviews on the Blue Moon Mystery Saloon blog. ** An e-galley was provided by Gallery Books and Edelweiss for an honest review.
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    The Next Chapter in an Explosive Series!

    The fabulous writing duo, Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison up the stakes in The Devil's Triangle as Special Agents Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine lead their first Covert Eyes mission. Everyone's favorite master thief, Kitsune, aka the Fox, is back and she's asking Nicholas and Mike for help. It seems like a straightforward mission: fly to Italy to rescue the Fox's husband and bring her back in handcuffs. When the crew lands bullets fly and the team finds themselves tracking the most dangerous suspects yet. With every novel written in this series Coulter and Ellison push the envelope more and more. The plots stretch broader and become more complex while running the risk of becoming outlandish, but The Devil's Triangle doesn't completely fall off track. I expected the story to focus on the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle, but that was more on the periphery of a much bigger plot. Five generations of the Koath family have been obsessed with finding Ark of the Covenant. They believe it's their destiny to protect it or use its sacred power to gain eternity. It was quite a stretch for two epic concepts to be melded into this gargantuan plot, but somehow Coulter and Ellison pulled it off. There is quite a bit of info dump throughout the novel, which is one aspect that tempts me to skip through the story, but sets it apart from a regular mystery. The reader is privy to bits of information that's later repeated when the agents figure it out. We're aware of the culprit so there isn't usually an element of surprise as far as 'whodunit'. The surprise element comes from seeing what kind of trouble Nicholas and Michaela stumble upon in the course of their investigation. The Devil's Triangle, along with the previous novels in the series so far, is jammed packed with action. From car chases to cliff jumps -- it's all there and you don't want to miss out on an adrenaline packed novel! Even with the nearly non-stop action it still manages to be a well-rounded story. The Covert Eyes team has become my favorite group of people to hang out with. Though Nicholas and Mike have this wild romance blossoming behind the scenes, readers get a peek of their connection as they hunt down criminals together. Other regular agents from the series like Ben Houston, Adam Pearce and Louisa Barry seem to have stronger presences and roles in the story. A Brit in the FBI is truly an ingenious series! It reminds me a bit of Sandra Brannan's Liv Bergen mystery series on an international scale with much more fast-paced action. The characters are sharp, witty, and just a little bit scary as they take on whatever big bad adversaries stand in the way of justice. To Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison: keep 'em coming ladies! *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review*

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