April Reviews 2018

The Sixth Day by Catherine Coulter and JT Ellison

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Catherine Coulter’s newest book in the series A Brit in the FBI is called The Sixth Day.  Once again, Nicholas and Mike are thrust into a mystery that seems unsolvable. It all starts while they are in England visiting Nicholas’s family on vacation.


It seems that politicians are dropping dead.  A backdoor has been exploited in the security software that all major governments are using, allowing criminals to demand payment AND allowing all communications to be shared.  Add to the maelstrom and you have a missing manuscript that pieces have been found, secret twin's languages, and Dracula. Nicholas and Mike have to figure out all this while avoiding a droid army and spying hawks.  


I liked the short chapters, the mystery around the brothers and manuscript.  I was not as impressed with the dirty politician, but I have little patience with that.  The story was enjoyable with the complex storyline. I like the main characters of Nicholas and Mike, but didn’t feel that the other characters were as interesting or likable.  


A complex plot line and twists and turns make The Sixth Day by Catherine Coulter a good read.


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26.03 | 16:01

At first I thought it said spa season. Either way it is a sign of rejuvenation! On a Kristin Hannah kick, loved Winter Garden. Happy reading!

19.03 | 14:10

Cities are fun but exhausting. Like you the quiet is needed.

30.08 | 21:25

Have loved reading every one of Lisa Scottoline's books. Can't wait for the next one to arrive on bookshelves. Thanks for sharing your remarkable talent!

28.08 | 06:12

August snow days! What a fantastic idea! I've been reading Martin Walker's Bruno series set in rural France full or recipes. Yum

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