The Sixth Day – Coulter & Ellison

The Sixth Day – Catherine Coulter & J.T. Ellison

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I was fortunate to receive this novel as an Advance Reader Copy, in exchange for an objective review.

If you like mystery, intrigue, snappy dialogue and great characters, then this series is for you!!

Special Agents Nicholas Drummond and Michaela ‘Mike’ Caine are back again in the newest installment of ‘a Brit in the FBI’ series.

A clandestine meeting, and the seemingly unrelated deaths of various powerful politicians are at the heart of the next adventure of the Covert Eyes team. Then, another death occurs and a passer-by spots a drone on the scene of the incident, which raises suspicions of the police. At the same time, a powerful virus is found to have infected the computers of intelligence agencies everywhere, making secure communications difficulty.

Meanwhile, Dr. Isabella Marin is busily working on revealing the secrets of an old manuscript – one that no cipher has ever been able to interpret – and is believed to be written via cryptophasia – the secret language between twins. But Dr. Marin has a few secrets of her own.

As the investigation into the mysterious deaths deepens, drones are suspected to be carrying the answers – but who is unleashing them? And why?

This novel carries on at a breakneck pace, as answers lead to more questions, and storylines merge, secrets are revealed, and a man seeks revenge, leading to a breathtaking climax! I could not put this book down! As always, I love the cameo appearances of Savich & Sherlock too!! Fantastic read!! Can’t wait for more from both these authors!!

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