The Sixth Day (A Brit in the FBI, #5) by Catherine Coulter

The Sixth Day (A Brit in the FBI, #5)

Special agents Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine take on a ruthless mastermind in this highly anticipated new thriller in the New York Times bestselling 'A Brit in the FBI' series When several major political figures die mysteriously, officials declare the deaths are from natural causes. Then the German Vice-Chancellor dies on the steps of 10 Downing Street and a drone is spotted hovering over the scene. The truth becomes clear - these high-pr...


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TitleThe Sixth Day (A Brit in the FBI, #5)
ISBN9781501138171
Author
Release DateApr 10th, 2018
PublisherGallery Books
GenreThriller, Fiction, Mystery, Contemporary
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Reviews The Sixth Day (A Brit in the FBI, #5)

  • Monnie
    1970-01-01
    Mix in a dash of Dan Brown's DaVinci Code, a splash of James Patterson's Private and a whole lot of originality from two very talented co-authors and what do you get? A page-turner of history-linked chills, thrills and intrigue that will keep you engrossed from beginning to end. In fact, I highly recommend the entire "Brit in the FBI" series (this one, I believe, is the fifth).Primary characters and friends with benefits Nicholas Drummond and Mic...
  • Jacqui
    1970-01-01
    In The Sixth Day (Gallery Books 2018), Book 5 in Coulter's popular Brit in the FBI series, the stars, Special agents Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine are trying to take a much-overdue vacation, this one in England to see Nicholas' family. Before they even settle in, Nicholas' father asks him to help with a ransomware problem that has shut down his company computers and the FBI asks him (since he's already in England) to check out the suspici...
  • Linda Quick
    1970-01-01
    This is another compelling thriller/mystery in the Brit in the FBI series. This one involves ancient writings as understood by a madman who inflicts his mania on the world, injuring, killing, and putting many at risk. Nicholas and Mike rush in to help and unravel what is happening.This is a quick read, but with a complex back story regarding the Voynich Manuscript and hemophilia. I love this series, but found this one not quite as engaging as the...
  • Diane Saul
    1970-01-01
    Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine are on a vacation in Great Britain that starts out with a computer hack and suspicious deaths of political leaders. British Security has been hacked. Every secret is exposed and key strokes can be seen on every system. The inventor of the security system that runs on the British system and systems all over is called in to fix the problem. Is the fox guarding the hen house? The story has chapters that take you ...
  • Maryellen
    1970-01-01
    Nicholas Drummond, The Brit in the FBI is back in the UK with all pistons firing!!! He's joined by girlfriend Michaela (Mike) Caine on a vacation that turns into a duel with the descendants of Vlad the Impaler, yes Dracula himself.This latest novel in the series begins simply enough with what appears to be a hack into the British security service systems, enabling the evildoer to see not only what lies secret in the servers, but also reads keystr...
  • Bravegiant
    1970-01-01
    a really entertaining read. Could be historical fiction, great series
  • Suzanne
    1970-01-01
    What a fascinating combination of elements went into this latest case for the Covert Eyes group...a rare manuscript, a major malware attack, an army of drones, smuggled weapons, high profile murders, a presidential visit to London, trained falcons, and legends about Dracula! Luckily, half the team is already in London when things start to go sideways. Nicholas and Mike are visiting his family, and Ben is vacationing with Melinda St. Germaine, the...
  • Schuyler Wallace
    1970-01-01
    Catherine Coulter has written more than eighty novels, most of them bestsellers. “The Sixth Day” follows her formula of high technology and nefarious acts being perpetrated by a madman with intrepid cops hard on his heels. As usual, greed, insanity, power, and anger are big motives. A lot of money, unlimited imagination, and a bloat of official function are the means.Actually the law enforcement activity in her books is highly skilled and fil...
  • Carolyn
    1970-01-01
    Provided an ARC copy from NetGalley for honest review: Scenario: A megalomaniac, LSD addicted, mad genius who has developed a security system which is currently utilized worldwide on every single computer, including governments. A militarized drone army. The Voynich Manuscript which is a mysterious, centuries-old puzzle, with its unknown language and illustrations of plants and stars. The Voynich Manuscript represents a riddle yet to be solved. M...
  • Jessica Woods
    1970-01-01
    The Sixth Day is a fast-paced action/thriller with the feel of an adventure and international crime novel rolled into one. This story is engrossing from the first page as the intrigue draws you in and keeps the pages turning with its heart pounding twists and action. The authors add a dash of paranormal with an ancient manuscript in a secret twin language. With almost magical healing properties, the manuscript is traced back to Vlad the Impaler t...
  • Emilie
    1970-01-01
    The description made this sound like a very interesting book--spies, intrigue, ancient texts, even Dracula--but I had a very hard time getting through it. Perhaps all the threads didn't weave together well enough for me. There was a large team of operatives and I didn't feel engaged in their group dynamic. There was the back story of two twins from Romania, who were Dracula's brothers, along with several chapters from various time periods. There ...
  • Joyce
    1970-01-01
    Interesting reading with an incredible plot! The Voynich queries are a series of notes written in an unknown and undeciphered code. In this novel a set of twins, one robust and healthy, the other a hemophiliac, have decided they hold, among other things the cure for hemophilia. They have built up a huge security firm that has created code used in most computers and by most governments. They have also built up a fleet of drones that are programmed...
  • Nancy
    1970-01-01
    Another great book with Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine. The German Vice-Chancellor surrounded by security is killed just as he is about to step into 10 Downing Street. He is not the only one who is killed in a few days with no one near. except a drone in the air. There are a number of sides to this story. Drones that can attack and raptors trained to bring them home again. Which brings us to Roman Ardelean and his twin who has a very rare h...
  • Patricia Romero
    1970-01-01
    What do you get when you combine Coulter and Ellison? A fast paced, nail biter of a thriller! Someone has hacked the computers of the highest levels of government. How could something like this happen? They all use the most sophisticated and impenetrable programs and firewalls. All from the same company. Could the hacks be done by a disgruntled employee or are they being infiltrated by the very person who designed the system?Along with a mysteri...
  • Paula Pugh
    1970-01-01
    Heart pounding, spellbinding, suspenseful drama unfolds on every age in The Sixth Day. Mayhem erupts at every corner as the story unfolds and will grip the reader until the very end.If you love a fast-paced, diabolical novel, get this one! It's Catherine Coulter and JT Ellison ath their finest as FBI agents Nick Drummond and Michaela(MIke) Caine rush to stop a furious demon bent on destroying top leaders in London. Add in the demon's quest to fin...
  • Jennie
    1970-01-01
    I used to read Coulter’s An FBI Thriller Series and enjoyed it, so when the chance came to read this one for review, I jumped at it. I was disappointed. I had not read any in this series and that would have been fine for the story if the characters didn’t refer to events in the past and then not give any information. There is a lot of different story lines and time periods in this book and I just never could get them to work together for the ...
  • Janie
    1970-01-01
    A complex plot, woven across centuries and tying together the current US and British security forces with Count Dracula. The story seemed somewhat loose and rambling to begin, but the last half of the book tightens the tale and pulls the reader into the closing action. A fun and fitting addition to the Brit in the FBI series.
  • Robin
    1970-01-01
    Oh wow, what a thriller of a good read. Well written and most engaging from the first paragraph. Super characters. Lots of action. Highly recommend.I received an Advance Reader Copy through Net Galley. Opinions are my own.
  • Michelle Cable
    1970-01-01
    Received digital ARC from Edelweiss.
  • Lynne
    1970-01-01
    Action packed, quick read. Another great addition to the Brit in the FBI series - love Nicholas & Mike!!
  • Leslie Francis
    1970-01-01
    Some interesting historical elements mixed in with the modern day story. As usual, another great book in this series!
  • MartyAnne
    1970-01-01
    If you haven't read the first 4 books of the Brit in the FBI series, well ... go do that and come back :) These books are so much fun to read. Coulter and Ellison are a dynamic duo when it comes to writing international intrigue for the "Covert Eyes" team.When high-profile figures are being assassinated and a drone is spotted, the group works all available angles. Michaela and Nicholas are attacked by a drone; Michaela is able to shoot it down. T...
  • MartyAnne
    1970-01-01
    If you haven't read the first 4 books of the Brit in the FBI series, well ... go do that and come back :) These books are so much fun to read. Coulter and Ellison are a dynamic duo when it comes to writing international intrigue for the "Covert Eyes" team.When high-profile figures are being assassinated and a drone is spotted, the group works all available angles. Michaela and Nicholas are attacked by a drone; Michaela is able to shoot it down. T...
  • Robin Taylor
    1970-01-01
    The Sixth Day by Catherine Coulter and J. T. Ellison Nicholas Drummond and Michaela “Mike” Caine are at his London estate for brief vacation. When a high-ranking political figure dies mysteriously, they are charged with the investigation. Meanwhile, there is a soon-to-be-connected mystery regarding the historical Voynich Manuscript. Dr. Isabella Marin becomes embroiled as she is an expert at the twin language associated with the Manuscript. A...
  • Eileen
    1970-01-01
    Cathrine Coulter and J.T. Ellison never disappoint. I just finished an ARC of The Sixth Day from Netgalley in exchange for a review. Good thing I finished reading or there would be no Easter dinner tomorrow. I could not put the book down until the end. Great tense story with the familiar characters that I have come to admire and care about from previous books in the series. This book can stand alone, but why read just one?
  • Carrie
    1970-01-01
    Another winner. Mike and Nicholas are back in England taking some much needed time off together to explore their new relationship when someone starts to assassinate important British people. Suddenly, the Covert Eyes group is needed as high tech meets old world myth, and everyone is in danger. Plenty of action, some humor thrown in, and twists that no one can see coming. Cameos from Sherlock, Savich, and the gang are always an added bonus. I coul...