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A brilliant reporter, haunted by her husband's death... A disgraced cop, tangled in a web of lies... Two unlikely heroes, brought together by one unthinkable crime in... The Crime Beat, Episode 2: Washington, D.C. At the rooftop bar of the famed Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., a former Vice President is assassinated. Across the Potomac River, a mysterious sniper leaves a A brilliant reporter, haunted by her husband's death... A disgraced cop, tangled in a web of lies... Two unlikely heroes, brought together by one unthinkable crime in... The Crime Beat, Episode 2: Washington, D.C. At the rooftop bar of the famed Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., a former Vice President is assassinated. Across the Potomac River, a mysterious sniper leaves a fifty caliber rifle on the bed of his hotel room, then disappears. Crime reporter Jane Cole and NYPD cop Robert Warren have clues no one else has. But as they arrive in D.C. to investigate, they're hit with a series of coverups and misdirections. And as they close in on the killer, they realize that they, too, are being tracked. Perfect for readers of Michael Connelly and fans of True Detective or Jack Ryan, The Crime Beat is your next bingeable series from bestselling author A.C. Fuller. Get Episode 2 now! The Crime Beat is a nine-episode novella series, designed to be read in order and in its entirety. Although each episode tells a complete portion of the story, the nine novellas—read together—weave one unforgettable tale.


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A brilliant reporter, haunted by her husband's death... A disgraced cop, tangled in a web of lies... Two unlikely heroes, brought together by one unthinkable crime in... The Crime Beat, Episode 2: Washington, D.C. At the rooftop bar of the famed Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., a former Vice President is assassinated. Across the Potomac River, a mysterious sniper leaves a A brilliant reporter, haunted by her husband's death... A disgraced cop, tangled in a web of lies... Two unlikely heroes, brought together by one unthinkable crime in... The Crime Beat, Episode 2: Washington, D.C. At the rooftop bar of the famed Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., a former Vice President is assassinated. Across the Potomac River, a mysterious sniper leaves a fifty caliber rifle on the bed of his hotel room, then disappears. Crime reporter Jane Cole and NYPD cop Robert Warren have clues no one else has. But as they arrive in D.C. to investigate, they're hit with a series of coverups and misdirections. And as they close in on the killer, they realize that they, too, are being tracked. Perfect for readers of Michael Connelly and fans of True Detective or Jack Ryan, The Crime Beat is your next bingeable series from bestselling author A.C. Fuller. Get Episode 2 now! The Crime Beat is a nine-episode novella series, designed to be read in order and in its entirety. Although each episode tells a complete portion of the story, the nine novellas—read together—weave one unforgettable tale.

30 review for Washington, D.C.

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anne - Books of My Heart

    3.5 hearts The Crime Beat, Washington DC, picks up exactly where the New York story ends.  I am seeing you will want to read the series in order and the entire series may be more like one really long book broken into smaller books. Jane and Rob track down more clues but also have attracted attention from those doing the killings. They are being followed and tracked now, maybe by more than one group.  Things are dicey.  They continue to be first to the information but here they do not catch a kille 3.5 hearts The Crime Beat, Washington DC, picks up exactly where the New York story ends.  I am seeing you will want to read the series in order and the entire series may be more like one really long book broken into smaller books. Jane and Rob track down more clues but also have attracted attention from those doing the killings. They are being followed and tracked now, maybe by more than one group.  Things are dicey.  They continue to be first to the information but here they do not catch a killer. Believing the next event will be in Miami, they head there. Each episode is relatively short, and they continue to grow in information, suspense and action. I keep wondering who they can trust because the list seems very short. Politics, cops, and news media all seem to have corruption.   Narration:     I've enjoyed this narrator previously on a police procedural series and this is a similar genre.  Her male and female voices were comfortably appropriate.  I enjoyed listening at my usual 1.5x speed. Listen to the clips:   1 NY   2 DC  

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gary

    Turns out that the three slim volumes are one extended story. It’s like a book/tv show. I’m enduring it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    kindle unlimited like his writing, or else would not read some of them, since not really one of my preferred genres, but reading him for ages, favorite being the ameritocracy series, crime beat is newest series out, this is #2 of series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brad

    These novellas are perfect for those who don't have a lot of time for actual reading (I mostly listen to audiobooks these days). Each episode is a complete story by itself but they follow on from each other so really need to be read in order. The first introduced the main characters who continue with their investigation in this second book. While there is some action and mystery I didn't feel there was the same connection between Jane & Rob as there was in the first, but maybe that's just me. Loo These novellas are perfect for those who don't have a lot of time for actual reading (I mostly listen to audiobooks these days). Each episode is a complete story by itself but they follow on from each other so really need to be read in order. The first introduced the main characters who continue with their investigation in this second book. While there is some action and mystery I didn't feel there was the same connection between Jane & Rob as there was in the first, but maybe that's just me. Looking forward to the 3rd book set in Miami.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nick Sanders

    At first you think these are a series of novels with the same characters. Then you find that basically they are one novel, delivered chapter by chapter. A tiresome way of reading what essentially is only one book. But then again, it's fairly well written, the characters are attractive, their quirks are intriguing, and the plot is well thought out, or so it seems. At first you think these are a series of novels with the same characters. Then you find that basically they are one novel, delivered chapter by chapter. A tiresome way of reading what essentially is only one book. But then again, it's fairly well written, the characters are attractive, their quirks are intriguing, and the plot is well thought out, or so it seems.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    The story continues as crime reporter Jane Cole and NYPD cop Robert Warren investigate the assassination of a former VP in Washington. An intersting story which must be read in order, and not as a standalone

  7. 4 out of 5

    Joyce

    The Plot Goes On Sequentially reading my way through this series. The writer and ex cop are an interesting combination. I’m not sure the DC episode is quite as good as the first BY. But I’m sufficiently invested in the plot to continue reading. The DC section feels incomplete or unfinished to me, almost like a throw away. Let’s see what happens in Miami.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Wow such a great part of the saga I guess I’m headed to Miami right now you know what they say about Miami though it gets crazy. Oh well I’m hooked. I gotta know what’s next. I see a Netflix series aye¡¿

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ricky Black

    Another Good Read! Book 2 continued to the character development and added a few new complications to the plot. Enjoyable and tightly paced, this is well worth a read! Bring on Miami!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lyn Dale

    Do not think I will continue with this series. No endings and no real inclination to keep paying for another 7 books in order to find out how it ends.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ami

    Throughly enjoyable crime thriller with high-tension roller coaster dips and turns. I’m looking forward to reading book 3! Read via Kindle Unlimited

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bob Ely

    Same review for book 1. This is a series that covers 9 cities. There is no ending in the book, except to go to the next city.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Emma Summers

    Second part of the journalist/ex cop duo. I enjoyed the book but just as I’m getting into it, it ends- do I buy the next book??? Not sure if I’m invested enough to spend more money?

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    Wee 'll Wriren But $3.00 per chapter is too much Book is well written and intriguing but doesn't qualify for the expense. Would have have considered the purchase but 9 x $3=$27 for a Kindle book! No Thank You!!! Wee 'll Wriren But $3.00 per chapter is too much Book is well written and intriguing but doesn't qualify for the expense. Would have have considered the purchase but 9 x $3=$27 for a Kindle book! No Thank You!!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Seth Mason

    Amazing series I love the short length of these books and at the same time pack a good punch that keeps you interested!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Karen M. Kanaley

    Pure Joy I am enjoying the way this story is set in novellas. It makes each city unique in the way they are following the leads in the plot. Jane Cole and Rob Warren are an unlikely pairing of sleuths but it seems to work. On to the next........

  17. 4 out of 5

    Norma

    "Don't. Touch. Anything." The Crime Beat: Washington D.C., the second instalment of A.C.Fuller's political thriller in which a disgraced and suspended cop, together with a recently widowed and now freelance journalist, pull all of the strings in their possession to jointly try to solve, anticipate and stop what appears to be a co-ordinated series of sniper assassinations in major cities around the world. A billionaire benefactor had already been shot, shortly before the most recent killing: a fo "Don't. Touch. Anything." The Crime Beat: Washington D.C., the second instalment of A.C.Fuller's political thriller in which a disgraced and suspended cop, together with a recently widowed and now freelance journalist, pull all of the strings in their possession to jointly try to solve, anticipate and stop what appears to be a co-ordinated series of sniper assassinations in major cities around the world. A billionaire benefactor had already been shot, shortly before the most recent killing: a former Vice President. Are they connected? And if so, why? Elegantly written, the action is fast, the main characters are becoming more known to both each other and the reader, and other protagonists, sometimes only lightly sketched, still maintain a presence on the page and a reality in the story. Even one character who appears very briefly as merely a hand and head in an upstairs window, somehow projects a lasting memory. The book is atmospheric, scattered with moments of historic detail which further add to the entrapment of the reader. An excellent episode of an increasingly disturbing thriller. Highly recommended, but start with episode one, New York.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Infosleuth

    More players enter the fray The plot continues on from the first book and becomes even more involved. There are some really surprising twists and turns. Just when you think you have figured something out another complication gets thrown into the mix. The tension ramps up in this book and our daring duo are involved in some dicey situations. Despite knowing each other for such a short time and initially being unsure if they could trust one another, they work very well as a team, each stepping up More players enter the fray The plot continues on from the first book and becomes even more involved. There are some really surprising twists and turns. Just when you think you have figured something out another complication gets thrown into the mix. The tension ramps up in this book and our daring duo are involved in some dicey situations. Despite knowing each other for such a short time and initially being unsure if they could trust one another, they work very well as a team, each stepping up to take the lead when their experience and skills worked best in a given situation. I’ve found the difference in attitude between the journalist and the cop/military man entertaining at times, especially when she’s ready do whatever it takes to further the investigation and he’s concerned about going by-the-book!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn

    And the plot thickens… More layers to a new and very intriguing mystery/thriller series. Once started you won't be able to stop. I'm already on to Episode Three. Each new episode which takes you to another city reveals more about our main characters and raises more questions. Will this ex-cop and journalist see this ever more dangerous journey through to finding the answers and do it safely? I've got to keep reading - wonderful writing, characters and plot. The pace is quick and engaging. I receiv And the plot thickens… More layers to a new and very intriguing mystery/thriller series. Once started you won't be able to stop. I'm already on to Episode Three. Each new episode which takes you to another city reveals more about our main characters and raises more questions. Will this ex-cop and journalist see this ever more dangerous journey through to finding the answers and do it safely? I've got to keep reading - wonderful writing, characters and plot. The pace is quick and engaging. I received an arc and this is my honest and voluntary review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kay

    Into the 2nd episode of the series and the plot thickens—I began to wonder if there is a Blofeld-type mastermind behind these assassinations since something nefarious is afoot. The Cole and Warren backstories deepen, too, and we’re getting to know the pair. Lots of historical and scenic details that spark on the tension of the story and the whole read is rich and smooth and made me eager for the episodes to come! I received an ARC of this book and am giving it an honest review.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Darcy Speed

    Another fantastic thriller. The second instalment in this fantastic series focuses on another murder, this one in Washington. Cole and Warren follow the trail, leading themselves further into danger. The writing is fantastic, full of details, depth and tension. The plot moves quickly but doesn’t skimp on quality. I absolutely loved it and have already begun the next one!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    Great follow up to episode one This is a great follow up to the first novella. I think the length of the novellas is great. Off course, I was left at the end of the book wanting to read the next episode. This series could easily be adapted to TV. It reads well and the pace is good.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ava M Bartley

    Great read! Another great read by this author. Lots of mystery, twists and turns. I love the storyline. Characters are very well developed and believable. The dialogue flowed smoothly and was very realistic. Would recommend this book to anyone.

  24. 4 out of 5

    James Calhoon

    Good five star! This second book of The Crime Beat was very good, but are we into a nine book series? Well it is a well written series so I will just see where it leads me.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Edwin Condra

    Good reading Fast paced story, lots of action, easy to follow without giving the end away. XXxX xxccc xXxX xcccc xXxX xx

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mimi

  27. 4 out of 5

    Chuck

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bobbie

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dan Danz

  30. 5 out of 5

    Frances McDonald

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