Thursday, August 24, 2017

The Devil's Triangle (A Brit in the FBI #4) by Catherine Coulter, J.T. Ellison

FBI Special Agents Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine are in a new position now.  They are good partners and they head the Covert Eyes division.  They're discrete, stay under cover, and take care of difficult situations.  They do what it takes to stop criminals in their tracks.  When they get a call from a thief they've met before, they get permission to help.  She's the best thief around and she has stolen an important artifact from a place that was totally secure.  Her customers take the artifact and then try to kill her...

Gallery Books sent me a copy of this book to read for review (thank you).  It has been published and you can grab a copy now.

This book is 517 pages long but you won't want to set it down.  The action is fierce, you can feel the danger, and the characters are resourceful.  You can feel the characters and their beliefs.  It doesn't take long until you're hooked on the story.

The thief, Fox, is married and when they don't succeed in killing her, they grab her husband.  She called the FBI agents because they caught her in the past and let her go after a trade of goods they were trying to recover.  They come in to help and find it's much more difficult than they thought it would be.

The scary part is that people have learned how to control the weather.  One family in particular has used that knowledge to make a lot of money.  It's unfortunate that the grandchildren of this family want to control the world.  They don't want to hear the word "no" again.  And they are old enough to do it.

This turns into an international crisis with unneeded and unheeded death.  The Covert Eyes are busy and everyone faces personal danger.  At the end, all you can do is keep reading and keep hoping the good characters make it.

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