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Eleven (Brandon Fisher FBI Series Book 1) Kindle Edition

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"Arnold's imagination and attention to detail do not leave any loose ends. Exciting."

-- THE MIAMI BOOKS EXAMINER'S "Top 12 Fiction Books of 2011" list.

From the Author

For the suggested reading order of each series, see Carolyn Arnold's Amazon Author Page.

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THE MADISON KNIGHT SERIES falls neatly into the police procedural genre with murder investigations and forensics. Think Law & Order meets CSI. There is some foul language and limited graphic violence.

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THE BRANDON FISHER FBI SERIES toys the edge between the police procedural genre and thriller genre. Due to this, you will find foul language and graphic violence in this series.

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THE MCKINLEY MYSTERY SERIES ventures outside of the typical crime genre, lending itself to the cozy variety with no foul language or graphic violence. The series combines romance, mystery, humor, and adventure for a lighthearted, easy read. 

Product Details

  • File Size: 703 KB
  • Print Length: 348 pages
  • Publisher: Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc. (November 4, 2011)
  • Publication Date: November 4, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0063VBFVI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,827 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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CAROLYN ARNOLD is the international bestselling and award-winning author of the Madison Knight, Brandon Fisher, and McKinley Mystery series. She is the only author with POLICE PROCEDURALS RESPECTED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT™.

Carolyn was born in a small town, but that never kept her from dreaming big. On par with her large dreams is her overactive imagination that conjures up killers and cases to solve. She currently lives outside Toronto with her husband and two beagles, Max and Chelsea. She is also a member of Crime Writers of Canada.

**The 4th in the Brandon Fisher FBI Series, BLUE BABY, is now available for pre-order.**

For more information and a FREE book offer, visit her website:
www.carolynarnold.net

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Twitter: twitter.com/carolyn_arnold

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79 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Robert P. French on September 11, 2012
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I do not read a lot of serial killer books because I guess I've read so many and watched so many Criminal Minds episodes that I just got tired with the whole serial killer thing. However, Eleven caught my eye so I downloaded the sample chapters and was hooked. The premise is good and a little different. The characters are well developed and it kept me turning the pages. Well worth the read. It reminded me how much better a book is than a movie or TV episode.
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Consuming Worlds on November 18, 2012
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I love suspense novels and even more than that I love ones involving FBI agents. I don't really know why, but it is what it is. When I first discovered this book I was a little more than excited to read it and I am happy to say that now that I have finished it I am even more excited!

My first reaction to this suspense filled book is that it was like reading an episode of Criminal Minds, and if you have seen that show then you already know how awesome this book is going to be. From the moment I picked up the book I was thrown into the story and it never let me go. As the story unraveled and clues unfolded I felt like I was participating in the hunt as much as the agents in the story. And let me tell you, never did I see that ending coming. It snuck up on me like a birthday you no longer wish to have. But it was one hell of a twist to an already exiting story.

Not only did I love this story I loved its characters, all of them. You see, I find that a lot of suspense books now days often make the lead character this perfect cop or agent who is rugged and tough, never backs down from a fight, always get's their man and almost seems untouchable. But the lead character in this book is far from any of those things. He is a new agent, he doesn't always know what to do, he has made mistakes in his past, he allows his emotions to rule him, and he seems to seek approval from his fellow agents as to whether or not he is a good agent.

And what makes this character even better is the fact that he is surrounded by other characters you can't help but love. Such as Paige the strong willed agent who shares a personal history with Brandon and can more than handle herself in a world of evil. Zachery the smart agent who has a photographic memory and a bit of a sarcastic attitude.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Jerry W on November 14, 2014
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One star just because the author obviously worked hard.
Why someone would create a main character that is such a total wuss is beyond me. And then make that character an FBI agent?
This guy stresses about his boss smoking, whines because nobody respects him, says he loves his wife but still has an affair, worries about how people see him for having that affair, totally insults his girlfriend/partner, and (this made me chuckle) uses Canadian phrases like "these ones" and "those ones". Oh, almost forgot, he likes to admire himself in the mirror.
By the way, people in Kentucky don't talk that way, Ms. Arnold. If you must mock a particular location, at least have the integrity to do some research and get it right.
The story could have been very interesting, but way before the end of the book I was hoping Brandon would get his tail kicked and then be fired.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Brooke Frederick on December 6, 2011
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When I read TIES THAT BIND by Carolyn Arnold a few months ago, I was very impressed with many aspects of the book. Now I've read her latest mystery, ELEVEN, and I have to say she has outdone herself. This is one tremendous book.

ELEVEN is an FBI procedural novel about a serial killer. The man's crimes are so gruesome, even the CSI and FBI professionals are feeling queasy. What is fascinating about ELEVEN from a structural viewpoint is that the killer is already in prison and his identity is already known to the investigators, or at least strongly suspected right from the beginning. Don't worry, I'm not giving anything away, here. Their challenge is not to find out who the killer is, but to gather evidence strong enough to stand up in court, and to discover his motive. And to prevent any more killings, by the way, too.

But the fuel that really keeps this book burning is the quirky and gritty twists and turns in the relationships within the FBI team. Brandon Fisher is the young new FBI recruit who narrates the story. He is an extraordinarily complex and interesting character, struggling to fit in to this team and struggling to prove himself as an investigator. His mentoring agent, Jack Harper, won't relent in his needling and hard treatment of Fisher. The dynamic between the young hopeful agent paired with the cynical chain-smoking veteran seems a tad too familiar at first. But when Brandon's involvement with the serial killer evolves into something more personal, the dynamic between the agents takes on a new dimension of danger and suspense.
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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Cege Smith on December 14, 2011
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I was very intrigued by the premise of this book based on its description. I think the author paced the story very well to keep you reading to find out what would happen next.

We join Special Agent Brandon Fisher on his first case working in the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit. Ten bodies are discovered in a hidden bunker that we find out parallels an old cold case and this sets in motion a series of events that eventually bring things a bit too close to home for Brandon.

He has to deal with a lot of different stressors throughout the book: the potential suspect, his new boss, his not-so-understanding wife, and an old flame. So there's a lot going on in the midst of the investigation.

The majority of the story is told from Brandon's POV in the first person, so for me it was a bit distracting when the story jumped to a third person POV with a few of the supporting characters. That felt disjointed, especially as I feel like Brandon's POV was strong enough to be able to carry the whole story.

If you like serial killer stories, then you will likely enjoy this book.
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