Book Review: The Devil’s Triangle by Catherine Coulter and J.T.Ellison (A Brit in the FBI novel)

Da Vinci, Tesla, Venice, Turkey, London, Cuba, the FBI, The Knights Templar, Etruscans, the Bermuda Triangle, archaeology, and the Ark of the Covenant. Peaked your interest? Good. This book is a rip roaring good time.

In The Devil’s Triangle,  the latest in the “Brit in the FBI” series, we find our dynamic duo, fresh the20devil27s20triangleoff the gambit that saved the President and Vice President of the United States. They have been tasked with a special assignment- keeping the country safe in circumstances when no one else could do the job..

Then out of the blue, in the middle of setting up their new shop, our reluctant heroes, Nicholas and Mike, are called by their old friend and nemesis Kitsune. She brings them into a world of murder, Biblical prophecy, climate change, and out and out batshit crazy. All of these events are triggered because she, as usual, has just stolen something priceless.

Meanwhile, the weather is not something to take lightly. Mother nature, no matter how hard humanity tries, cannot be tamed. We can only learn how to live with her, and at times survive her wrath. But what if someone had found a way to tame her? What if some diabolical genius had found a way to make mother nature do his bidding? What if, what we thought was changing the weather, climate change, was in effect, a scheme in order to fund the search for the sacred Ark of the Covenant?

Filled with mesmerizing action sequences, beautiful Italian scenery, and the illusions of ancient tunnels, we follow Nicholas, Mike, and their team, on their investigation through the twists and turns created by abjectly brilliant evil. We find entitled people who think that they, and they alone, are gifted to find what history has lost. Those who, like any other criminal, have no forethought for others, or the collateral damage they cause through their search for the ultimate prize.

Like the old fashioned Saturday morning cinema serials, yes, think Indiana Jones,  Catherine Coulter and J.T.Ellison  ratchet up the fun. You will not be able to put this book down.


The book is available March 14, 2017.




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