The Final Cut by Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison

 

The Final Cut (A Brit in the FBI, #1)

When Inspector Elaine York is murdered while guarding a famous crown diamond in New York her colleagues want justice. Determined to find her killer, Chief Inspector Nicholas Drummond joins the FBI investigative team in New York. When the diamond is stolen, and people turn up dead, it becomes clear Elaine’s death is only the beginning. Was Elaine involved in the theft? Who is the mysterious thief who stole the diamond? Why was the diamond stolen and can Drummond and his team get it back?

The Final Cut gives a flavor of law enforcement and some glamorous locales. The reader gets to see new technology and commitment required in law enforcement. New York, Paris and Geneva are shown as elegant and having dangerous elements. The question of Elaine’s innocence, the diamond thief’s ploys and other surprises give the plot plenty of twists and turns. The commitment, skill and loyalty that Drummond and the other law enforcement characters possess make the reader root for them. The thief causes various emotions while other villains’ pure ruthlessness makes reader want their defeat. The Final Cut could be a match for readers wanting a law enforcement thriller, a trip to glamorous locales, a suspenseful tale and/or characters to root for.

Want other books like The Final Cut that feature law enforcement characters?

Two FBI agents must figure out a way to stop a series of murders targeting newlyweds in Second Honeymoon by James Patterson.

When CIA consultant Stone Barrington wakes up after a flight to Paris with no memory of why he wanted to go there he must find the answers in Unintended Consequences by Stuart Woods.

More about the Koh-i-Noor diamond’s history, and a real-life suspenseful tale, can be found in Chasing the Mountain of Light : Across India on the Trail of the Koh-I-Noor Diamond by Kevin Rushby.

 

 

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