A Brit in the FBI
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  • 1
    The Final Cut: A Brit in the FBI, Book 1 | Catherine Coulter, J. T. Ellison

    The Final Cut: A Brit in the FBI, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 58 mins)
    • By Catherine Coulter, J. T. Ellison
    • Narrated By Renee Raudman, MacLeod Andrews
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (452)
    Performance
    (394)
    Story
    (392)

    Scotland Yard’s new chief inspector Nicholas Drummond is on the first flight to New York when he learns his colleague, Elaine York, the "minder" of the Crown Jewels for the "Jewel of the Lion" exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was found murdered. Then the centerpiece of the exhibit, the infamous Koh-i-Noor Diamond, is stolen from the Queen Mother’s crown. Drummond, American-born but raised in the UK, is a dark, dangerous, fast-rising star in the Yard who never backs down. And this case is no exception.

    A very good beginning for a new series!

    I really loved this book and the characters. The story line is great and obviously well researched and the characters were very well written. The book..Show More »

    Reviewed on November 09 2013 by Ronda (West Valley City, UT, United States)
  • 2
    The Lost Key: A Brit in the FBI, Book 2 | Catherine Coulter, J. T. Ellison

    The Lost Key: A Brit in the FBI, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 41 mins)
    • By Catherine Coulter, J. T. Ellison
    • Narrated By Renee Raudman, MacLeod Andrews
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (152)
    Performance
    (138)
    Story
    (137)

    Freshly minted FBI agent Nicholas Drummond is barely out of his Quantico training when he and his partner, Mike Caine, are called to investigate a stabbing on Wall Street. Their investigation, however, yields more questions than answers. It quickly becomes clear that the victim, John Pearce, was more than the naval historian and antiquities dealer he appeared to be.

    Brit in the FBI #2 makes you look forward to #3!!!

    Yes, I would. I really enjoyed this book which integrated action, dialogue, intrigue, historical information, and humor. Narrators were great!

    Reviewed on October 13 2014 by Karen (Corona, CA, United States)