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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... Read the first three episodes of this addictive series, brought together for the first time in one volume. The Crime Beat, Episode 1: New York City Perched on the soft tar of a New York City rooftop, 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... Read the first three episodes of this addictive series, brought together for the first time in one volume. The Crime Beat, Episode 1: New York City Perched on the soft tar of a New York City rooftop, a mysterious sniper fires a single round from a fifty caliber rifle. Five stories below, his target collapses on the marble steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, dead. Crime reporter Jane Cole needs this story badly. Suspended NYPD cop Robert Warren is desperate to clear his name. They don't trust each other, but they make the perfect team. And as Cole and Warren track the killer, they uncover a plot so ruthless it shocks the conscience, a crime so expansive it will rock the world. 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. The Crime Beat, Episode 3: Miami Arriving in Little Havana in Miami, Cole creates a list of potential victims while Warren tracks down an old confidential informant. Desperate to reach a reclusive financier, Cole then makes an unusual friend, who leads her on a wild-goose chase through Miami. All the while, news is breaking around the world that implicates Cole and Warren in the killings, and a mysterious pair has followed them to Miami. 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. Grab the set now. The Crime Beat is a 9-novella series—each book between 140 and 200 pages—and is designed to be read in order.


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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... Read the first three episodes of this addictive series, brought together for the first time in one volume. The Crime Beat, Episode 1: New York City Perched on the soft tar of a New York City rooftop, 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... Read the first three episodes of this addictive series, brought together for the first time in one volume. The Crime Beat, Episode 1: New York City Perched on the soft tar of a New York City rooftop, a mysterious sniper fires a single round from a fifty caliber rifle. Five stories below, his target collapses on the marble steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, dead. Crime reporter Jane Cole needs this story badly. Suspended NYPD cop Robert Warren is desperate to clear his name. They don't trust each other, but they make the perfect team. And as Cole and Warren track the killer, they uncover a plot so ruthless it shocks the conscience, a crime so expansive it will rock the world. 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. The Crime Beat, Episode 3: Miami Arriving in Little Havana in Miami, Cole creates a list of potential victims while Warren tracks down an old confidential informant. Desperate to reach a reclusive financier, Cole then makes an unusual friend, who leads her on a wild-goose chase through Miami. All the while, news is breaking around the world that implicates Cole and Warren in the killings, and a mysterious pair has followed them to Miami. 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. Grab the set now. The Crime Beat is a 9-novella series—each book between 140 and 200 pages—and is designed to be read in order.

30 review for The Crime Beat: Episodes 1-3: New York, Washington D.C., Miami

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jack R.

    Great story This is a well written crime yarn that quickly takes you from a local PD incident to one with international implications. I enjoyed the detailed information concerning the inner workings of local law enforcement agencies and the wide-reaching consequences of one or two bad apples in a department. A well researched storyline is always appreciated and this one does not disappoint. My ONLY complaint is, I am NOT a fan of cliff hangers and each story is, including the final one of this 3- Great story This is a well written crime yarn that quickly takes you from a local PD incident to one with international implications. I enjoyed the detailed information concerning the inner workings of local law enforcement agencies and the wide-reaching consequences of one or two bad apples in a department. A well researched storyline is always appreciated and this one does not disappoint. My ONLY complaint is, I am NOT a fan of cliff hangers and each story is, including the final one of this 3-book set. That said, I can't deny I will look forward to additional books with the hope of a well thought out conclusion.

  2. 4 out of 5

    JOHN P LINTZ SR

    A good crime thriller series, read it! A burned out widow journalist, Cole, teams up with a cop whose career she ruined to solve an international conspiracy, responsible for sniper killings.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jacki Beights

    New Mystery Format for me I can hardly put this boxed set of 1-3 down. This type of format, a continuing series starting and ending with one city and starting a new book with another city has been extraordinary and, to me, addictive. Now I need to go find 4-6 (hopefully a boxed set) to continue the saga. Can't wait. New Mystery Format for me I can hardly put this boxed set of 1-3 down. This type of format, a continuing series starting and ending with one city and starting a new book with another city has been extraordinary and, to me, addictive. Now I need to go find 4-6 (hopefully a boxed set) to continue the saga. Can't wait.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Good

    An odd book. (Trilogy? I don’t even know what to call these 3 books). I didn’t hate it; I didn’t love it. The 2 characters weren’t overly likable yet not offensive, either. The plot in each book kind of suddenly wrapped up but not really, and off to the next book you go. If I’m supposed to now look for books 4-6 it’s not happening...they just weren’t interesting enough for me.

  5. 5 out of 5

    David Napper

    What a great series of stories!! I thoroughly enjoyed the first 3 books in the series. I can see I'm going to buy the rest of the series. What a ride! Believable people and plot. Nonstop action....so hard to put it down. Enjoy! What a great series of stories!! I thoroughly enjoyed the first 3 books in the series. I can see I'm going to buy the rest of the series. What a ride! Believable people and plot. Nonstop action....so hard to put it down. Enjoy!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Garrett Lee

    An entertaining and interesting set of stories A set of three stories that are connected and look like they will continue for several more before the real conclusion

  7. 5 out of 5

    Curt

    The only bad thing I can say is that it stopped right when it was getting good.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Collins

    I received an ARC of the books in this box set from the author at my request and this is my honest opinion. I have loved Mr. Fuller's writing ever since I picked up his novella, The Cutline, which started the Alex Vane series. He has not ever disappointed me before and he hasn't with this new series. Written in the serialization mode of some of the great mysteries of the past, The Crime Beat covers the story of a world-wide assassination/conspiracy plot and the two people who are doing their bes I received an ARC of the books in this box set from the author at my request and this is my honest opinion. I have loved Mr. Fuller's writing ever since I picked up his novella, The Cutline, which started the Alex Vane series. He has not ever disappointed me before and he hasn't with this new series. Written in the serialization mode of some of the great mysteries of the past, The Crime Beat covers the story of a world-wide assassination/conspiracy plot and the two people who are doing their best to prevent further murders and catch the people behind it. While each episode more or less brings its story to a close, preventing it from actually being a cliffhanger, it leaves the big picture unsolved and out of focus. It also leaves the reader chomping at the bit to get their hands on the next installment. As always, Mr. Fuller's stories are full of action, suspense, and plenty of twists and turns. His dialogue feels natural and his characters are easy to relate to. Now, I have to admit, that that phase gives me pause even though I use if quite frequently and so do many other reviewers. What exactly does "his characters are easy to relate to" mean? I've never chased assassins all over the world, been shot at, tried to foil a terrorist plot, etc; so how could I relate to them? I have come to the conclusion that the phrase indicates characters who, outside of their current circumstances, are like people we know or resemble. They aren't necessarily super-heroes or such, but people who, in the course of their every day lives become involved with something outside the norm, and they step up to do what's right. The type of people most of us I think, deep down inside, hope we are. I can't think of a much higher compliment to pay an author. If you haven't picked up the first three episodes of The Crime Beat, make sure you do. Or if you HATE having to wait for the next installment, hold off until they are all released and have a super binge party. However you decide to do it, make sure you read them. They are amazing!!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    Fast Read Another great series by A. C. Fuller. I got the boxed set with Books 1 - 3 so I could read them all at once. Wow! Fast paced with lots of twists & turns. An unlikely partnership between a young journalist & a cop about to be fired due to her reporting. Travel with them from NYC to DC to Miami with a murder in each city. Next up: Books 4 - 6

  10. 5 out of 5

    June

    Catches you right away These are fast paced stories that has you in the action right now. I really like how the author is taking you around the country as Cole and Warren are just a step behind the terrorists.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Joel Kessel

    Good quick read Highly recommend this series to anyone who enjoys police and reporter background insights. The main characters are a little over the top but it makes for a good read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Denzel L Struchen

    Exciting Unique blend of detective and terrorism. Well written with good local color and animosity between the key players. Fast moving

  13. 4 out of 5

    Wessel Gordon

    DNF'd...for now. I don't really have anything against the book. It's just that I'm looking for something more gripping to read at the moment so maybe I'll pick it up later DNF'd...for now. I don't really have anything against the book. It's just that I'm looking for something more gripping to read at the moment so maybe I'll pick it up later

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nettie

  15. 5 out of 5

    Allen

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sharon A Jaenson

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mike Warren

  18. 5 out of 5

    Erik

  19. 4 out of 5

    Linda

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sherry

  21. 5 out of 5

    Catherine N Watkins

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sybil

  23. 4 out of 5

    Marc Rodrigue

  24. 4 out of 5

    nicola ana drury wardle

  25. 5 out of 5

    William G

  26. 4 out of 5

    L J Graham

  27. 4 out of 5

    wayne adams

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rob Taylor

  29. 5 out of 5

    mr roy fallows

  30. 5 out of 5

    Monica

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