Cryptobyte by Cat Connor (byte Series Book 11)

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$33.00

In charge of all three Delta teams and still in the field with Delta A while juggling twin toddlers, Special Agent in Charge Ellie Iverson tackles life, cases, and endless meetings with arrant determination and sometimes with her growing psycho-prophetic skill set.

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Approached by a police officer in Missouri for help with two, seemingly unrelated, missing family cases, SAC Iverson agrees to offer assistance. That event cued a series of cryptic text messages, an added twist to an unfolding situation with a long reach and unsettling ramifications.
Before Ellie could take a breath an old friend approached her with a gripping dilemma that snowballs into two overlapping occurrences. When everything collides Ellie is left reeling at the length in which people will go to get what they want.

2 reviews for Cryptobyte by Cat Connor (byte Series Book 11)

  1. Terri Osborn

    Couldn’t put this book down. I love this series, the detail, the characters and the way the team are shaped. This book gripped be from beginning to end. If you’re looking for a crime book with an edge then Cat Connor is your author. This was the first book I read but it certainly won’t be the last.

  2. Nick Spill

    Cat Connor’s 11th FBI procedural mystery, in what is known as the BYTE SERIES, delivers another fast paced page turner. Connor is a proponent of Elizabeth George’s “Character is story and Dialogue is Character”. Her lead character agent Ellie Iverson and her Delta teams are well defined women and men who come alive off the page in dialogue that propels action. The stripped down descriptions and real life dialogue contain the humor and jostling from a talented collection of individuals who are used to operating as a law enforcement team in high stress violent and chaotic situations. As a bonus, Agent Iverson has psychic abilities that waiver between hallucinations, recalled PTSD and traumatic inducing events and a gift for conjuring up deceased fellow agents and friends who help her solve the Crytobyte mystery. The plot’s resolution finally comes together and without giving anything away, I will never be able to handle another snow globe. Writers of character driven police stories will be well advised to take note of how Connor handles her robust story telling while moving the plot lines to their inexorable finale.

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