Sean King and Michelle Maxwell aren't your typical pair of private investigators. Both are former Secret Service agents, and their unique skill set (not to mention their razor-sharp ...
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Michelle's brother JT Maxwell suddenly appears looking for help on a background check of a woman's fiancé. Michelle is reluctant to get involved with her brother's case, but once they do, they find ...
While they are visiting Rigby at the FBI headquarters, everyone is locked in when someone manages to infiltrate the building and kill a witness for a congressional investigation. Rigby has to swallow...
Sean King and Michelle Maxwell aren't your typical pair of private investigators. Both are former Secret Service agents, and their unique skill set (not to mention their razor-sharp chemistry) often gives them a leg up on both suspects and conventional law enforcement.Written by
This TV series is based on the King & Maxwell series of novels, by popular author David Baldacci. The first novel in the King & Maxwell series is 'Split Second', first published in 2003. See more »
What a surprise!
David Baldacci is one of my favorite authors and I have read everything he's written. However, I had no idea that one of his series had been made into a TV show, so I was totally surprised when I happened to accidentally stumble upon it. First of all, when a book has been made into a movie or TV show, very rarely does the video coincide with the mental visuals you had in your head while reading the book itself. As I was watching the episode, my mind was scrambling to figure out which book it was and what was going to happen and I was mentally comparing the actors to the version I had in my head of the book characters. What I enjoyed the most from Baldacci books isn't the plot--hasn't it all been done before? But it's the characterization that pulls me in. Although I've only seen one episode, I'll keep watching to see if the actors can establish the same relationship. And, secondly, why wasn't this series advertised more? For pete's sake, this series is based on a very successful author's work--advertise it so that people know it's there. You shouldn't have to stumble upon it.
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