A Brit in the FBI Books

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A Brit in the FBI is a series of novels written by Catherine Coulter. Coulter hit the publishing scene as a romance writer. The daughter of a painter and a pianist, and the granddaughter of a writer, it was only natural that Coulter would gravitate towards the arts.

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Order of A Brit in the FBI Series By: Catherine Coulter, J.T. Ellison

# Read Title Published Details
1 The Final Cut (By: Catherine Coulter, J.T. Ellison) 2013 Description / Buy
2 The Lost Key (By: Catherine Coulter, J.T. Ellison) 2014 Description / Buy
3 The End Game (By: Catherine Coulter, J.T. Ellison) 2015 Description / Buy
4 The Devil's Triangle (By: Catherine Coulter, J.T. Ellison) 2017 Description / Buy
5 The Sixth Day (By: Catherine Coulter, J.T. Ellison) 2018 Description / Buy
6 The Last Second (By: Catherine Coulter, J.T. Ellison) 2019 Description / Buy
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In college, Coulter showed a startling interest in history, eventually going on to produce a number of romantic novels set within the Regency Era. With the relative success of these novels, Coulter eventually expanded her interests, dabbling in stories set in Medieval and Viking times.

Coulter has written novels best known for very unlikeable characters, many of them showing sexist and highly immoral tendencies. Of course, if you talk about Catherine Coulter today, it isn’t her Regency Novels that people will mention, but rather the FBI Thriller series she went on to write in the 1990s.

While she enjoyed relative success before this point, it wasn’t until ‘The Cove’, the first book in the FBI Thriller series was released that Catherine Coulter began attracting interest from mainstream audiences.

Coulter wrote numerous novels in the series, and the most of them were hits in more ways than one. As such, it isn’t a surprise that Coulter decided to create a spin-off of the FBI Thriller series.

That spin-off became A Brit in the FBI. And the name aptly describes these books, which Coulter writes with the help of J.T. Ellison, another bestselling author.

The books follow Nichols Drummond, a law enforcement officer from Scotland Yard who joins the FBI, becoming the first Brit ever to achieve this feat. There are intersections and interactions between the characters in this book and those from the FBI thriller series.

The books have enjoyed a largely positive reception, with fans of the FBI Thriller series easily gravitating towards its spin-off.

Best A Brit in the FBI Books

While some people are still skeptical about this series, the books still has fans, with the best novels in the series so far including the following:

The Final Cut: Elaine York is working as a Minder at the metropolitan Museum of Arts, responsible for the Crown Jewels. When she is murdered, Nicholas Drummond quickly takes a flight to New York City.

Scotland Yard’s new chief inspector is determined to figure out who murdered his colleague. Elaine’s murder quickly takes a backseat when the Koh-i-Noor Diamond disappears from the Queen Mother’s Crown; the American-Born rising star of the Yard puts his mind to the task of solving both crimes.

Teaming up with FBI Special Agent Mike Caine and receiving assistance from Special Agents Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich, Drummond begins maneuvering the streets of New York in search of a murderer.

This spin-off of the FBI Thriller series wastes no time in creating close ties with its predecessor, especially when a certain Husband and Wife FBI team makes an appearance.

The series is led by Nicholas Drummond, a Scotland Yard officer with ties to both the United States and Great Britain. The book describes him as a variation of James Bond, every bit as dark and dangerous.

This story centers around a special diamond with a shocking prophecy. The book is chockfull of action and adventure and some intrigue. There are elements of magic thrown into the mix.

The Lost Key: John Pearce is murdered. When newly minted FBI agent Nicholas Drummond and his partner investigate, they learn that there is more to the victim than meets the eye. John Pearce isn’t merely a naval historian. Beyond buying and selling rare books, John also gave his life to the discovery of a stash of gold bullion on a U-Boat from World War One.

The case is further complicated when John’s Children missing, this leading Drummond and Caine on an international manhunt.

This is a very entertaining Globe-trotting adventure. Nicholas’ first mystery as an FBI agent proves to be a confusing one. The more layers he peels away, the more layers are revealed, this while bodies start to pile up. There is a powerful weapon in play that cannot be allowed to fall into enemy hands.

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What Is The Next Book in The A Brit In The Fbi Series?

There doesn't seem to be an upcoming book in The A Brit In The Fbi Series. The newest book is The Last Second and was released on March, 26th 2019.


3 thoughts on “A Brit in the FBI”

  1. I love the Brit in the FBI series! Don’t leave Mike and Nicholas stranded!! They need more adventures!!

  2. I love the way the Brit series merges fact and fiction so seamlessly. There are a ton of twists, lots of action and the book is really fast paced. An easy read thriller with a side of romance. I’m excited to see what’s next in this series, whenever that is.

    These might not be for everyone though as the writing can be a bit simplistic at times and the dialogue is sometimes awkward. The story really cooks and is fantastical in a good way, but the talking is not always good.

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