The End Game

The End Game

Large Print - 2015
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FBI agent Nicholas Drummond and his partner, Mike Caine, are deep into an investigation of COE, Celebrants of the Earth, a violent group known for widespread bombings of power grids and oil refineries across the country. While investigating a tip from a civilian who's overheard about a possible bombing plot, the Bayway Refinery in New Jersey explodes. Nicholas and Mike race to the scene and barely escape being killed by a secondary device. Returning to the civilian's home to continue their interrogation, they discover the tipster, and the FBI team left to guard him, dead. While Nicholas calls in the assassinations, COE strikes again, this time launching a cyber-attack on several major oil companies and draining their financial and intellectual assets. But COE has been infiltrated by a deep-cover counterterrorism agent named Vanessa Grace. A bomb-making expert, Vanessa must leave COE and join forces with Nicholas and Mike to stop the organization's devious plan to assassinate the President. But there's an assassin on the loose who could tip the scales in COE's favor, and no one knows his ultimate target, or who has contracted his services. Working with the CIA, the Secret Service, Mossad, MI-5, and even Savich and Sherlock, Nicholas and his team put their lives on the line to prevent another conflagration, and save the President.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine :, Thorndike Press,, 2015.
Edition: Large print edition.
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781410480187
1410480186
Characteristics: 617 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Ellison, J. T. - Author

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bookie66
Jun 19, 2016

I didn't finish. Poor writing cannot be covered up by violence. Subject manner too close to home these days.

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gloryb
Dec 08, 2015

I won't be reading more books by this team. The dialogue between the characters is too colloquial for me, making it seem unbelievable and distasteful. The plot is current drawing in events from the news like the Middle East peace talks and the threat from extremist muslims. I think the 2 authors divide the writing of the chapters, one writing the bad guy storyline and the other the good guys storyline with each storyline showing up in separate chapters. Further, I think this story, written by females, is also written for females. I don't think males would care for this writing.

karcoldelharvic5 Oct 19, 2015

Great collaboration on this book.

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Judithn333
Oct 03, 2015

Awesome, scary good, realistic, fast paced, hard to put down. Catherine and J.T. , Kudos to you for another fantastic read!

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mjk236sb
Sep 26, 2015

Enjoyable addition to the Brit in FBI series by Coulter. Filled with action that was non stop. Like the characters in this series and with the addition of several new ones this promises to be as fulfilling as her FBI series with Savich and Sherlock. Can't wait for the next book in this series.

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