Shadow Council (Books 1-4)

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The Shadow Council lurks everywhere… and high-ranking members have taken an interest in FBI special agent Megan Luchek. From the beautiful state parks of Hawaii to the chilly backwoods of Pennsylvania in winter, Megan knows how to find trouble all on her own.

Money Makes it Deadlier: Agent Luchek steps into high heels and deep danger when she gets assigned to investigate a bank.

Revenge Makes it Sweeter: Megan gets a late-night summons to the hospital to speak with a gunshot victim. She knows to expect almost anything, yet he still surprises her.

Christmas Makes it Chaos: Agent Luchek goes to Philadelphia for an anti-terrorism conference only to face off against real terrorists.

Treachery Makes it Tense: Megan gets an unlikely ally in the desperate fight to save Dan’s family from a madman. An agent’s job is never truly dull, but it always gets more exciting – and deadly – when the cases involve the Shadow Council.


Note: These titles are also sold individually, so you may wish to double check so you don’t grab a duplicate. If you’re looking for the sequel, check out Eagle Eyes. If you’re looking for a mystery that’s a tad more intense, perhaps try Scratched Off.

2 reviews for Shadow Council (Books 1-4)

  1. Julie Howard

    Wow!!! I loved this book, so glad I discovered it as I really enjoyed it. This is a box set of four books but as most of the stories continues where the last one finished it was like listening to one big excellent book, the books are sold separately and last about three hours each so this was a brilliant way of getting your hands on all of them at once and making it a much better story, otherwise I would probably be saying I wish they had been longer. I really liked the characters from the assassin to the FBI agents family, I liked them all. The stories were all different but connected and there wasn’t a bad one in the bunch. A must read or listen.
    Money makes it deadlier.
    A husband wants to get rid of his wife but a divorce is to expensive so he turns to a fixer on the shadow council. Who comes up with the idea of staging a bank robbery then a week later disgraced she kills herself. Unfortunately for him two special agents are investigating banks undercover and happens to be at the bank at the time of the robbery.
    Revenge makes it sweet.
    With his plans to kill his wife up in smoke he turns to bribing in order to gain the affections of his daughter. The shadow council are not happy with his actions and call for an open day on fixers and Martin Cantrell himself. When one is partly taken out He summons FBI agent Megan to protect the girl but that is in the cross hairs of warring fractions inside the agency but it seems she already has here own guardian angel.
    Christmas makes it Chaos
    Christmas time is a horrible time to be away from a young family and the is exactly why Megan arranges for her partner family to join them when they get the assignment of talking at a seminar. It’s a shame the terrorist didn’t warn them not to come to town. Megan finds herself partnering up with an unlike ally to spread the good cheer and more importantly to stay alive but can she trust her new friend or will she find coal in her stocking this year?
    Treachery makes it tense
    The unlike pairing of an FBI agent and assassin is required once again when a common enemy swears revenge against the pair that saw an endld to his deadly plan last time round. This time he is going bolder by targeting loved ones and getting them to kill each other. Is this a move he will life to regret or will they turn to the dark side?
    I really liked the narrator. She did an excellent job of keeping the story fun and entertaining, I would listen to her again.

  2. Inishowen Cailín

    An entertaining and thrilling listen. It was refreshing to have so many strong, female leading characters in one series.
    I will definitely be reading more from this author. The narrator was very good.

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