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    A Nail-biting Must Read Thriller!

    Coulter and Ellison’s #3 in their A Brit in the FBI series, The End Game is a nail-biting, timely tale of terrorists, both homegrown and foreign, political intrigue and battling government alphabet agencies, with her FBI stars and some fabulous co-stars both familiar and new front and center. The settings are perfect the narrative fitting for their highly addictive storyline and complex characters. It’s a perfect marriage of both their unique and individual writing styles into an exceptional collaboration of expressions and forms that culminates into the ultimate page-turner. The adrenalin filled multiple payoffs at the end is the piéce de résistance of this incredible, unforgettable thriller. FBI special agents Michaela, Mike, Cain and Nicholas Drummond are following a tip about a possible attack on an oil refinery in NJ by a homegrown terrorist group with international ties known as the COE, Celebrants of Earth, whose mission is to keep Middle Eastern oil from being imported by disabling oil refineries. But before they even get their feet wet investigating, the ground shakes and they know they’re too late. This time the COE has upped the brutality ante and instead of keeping blood off their hands, countless innocent civilian lives have been lost at the refinery and also an informant and his FBI guards have been killed, execution style. Mike and Nicholas have a theory that there’s a new, more dangerous player involved who has convinced the group for whatever reason to escalate the violence. Then before the fires can be put out, the COE hacks all the major oil companies computer systems. With some unexpected help from covert government agencies both at home and abroad, Nicholas and Mike are in a race against time to figure out what these radicals have planned next and stop them before it can be carried out.
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    Slow start great finish

    Not a great chess player, but can appreciate the stratagy players need to win. The beginning for me was a bit hard to dig through, but once past the slow part the rest went quickly. Here's hoping the story line never happens but if it does hope Nick and Mike are around in real life.
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    The End Game

    An entertaining story; kept me in suspense until the last minute! Engaging two main characters; super smart easily deducting the next move on the part of the bad guys. Good interaction between them throughout the story.
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    The end game

    Fabulous read. I had a hard time putting it down. I especially liked the twist at the ending of the book . look forward to the next book .. thank you again for a great read.
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    Team work

    Loved this. Forgotten the enjoyment of Coulter's stories. The players working together to solving each situation. Thnx
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