The newest installment in historical romance author Coulter’s FBI series ( Eleventh Hour, etc.) delivers some of the things her fans have come to. FBI agents Savich and Sherlock face two baffling cases in this riveting novel of knife-edge suspense from #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter. New York Times–bestselling author Catherine Coulter’s FBI series never fails to deliver sensual sizzle along with the suspense. In Blindside, husband-and-wife.
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The stories are not too predictable at all, although she has a style of writing that she uses for most of these books again except book 4it works and makes for fun mystery stories wi This book like all the books in the series except book 4 was great, it moves quickly and is very entertaining. There were too many plot inconsistencies; and I did not like the writer’s style, especially the corny dialogue – people do not realistically talk to each other the way she portrays them, especially small children.
The stories are not too predictable at all, although she has a style of writing that she uses for most of these books again except book 4it works and makes for fun mystery stories with romance but not too heavy on the romance.
Savich fired right at that long cou,ter blade. Every corner of the property was covered. I felt from the very first page that a juvenile wrote this very shallow book. Jan 27, Melanie rated it did not like it. I just love how Catherine Coulter weaves a tale, and there is no better story than cathefine of Savich and Sherlock. Lord of Hawkfell Island. Two dead high school math teachers, and now this. I needed something to listen to on a long commute and got I used to read Coulter waaay long ago when she wrote historical romances, but I stopped reading her because I had pretty much grow out of that style of book and her writing was very much “old school” romance novel.
I was a bit incredulous about the ending, not the ending of the mystery, but the ending in the characters personal lives. Dec 09, CM rated it liked it.
Blue Smoke and Murder. Lacey SherlockDillon Savich. This is a great story of the interaction between both parents of these kids Omg.
Not one of her better efforts, good but she is usually excellent. There coultfr a B-plot surrounding a math teacher serial killer case that Savith and Sherlock are pursuing as well as a very, very extremely superfluous minor D-plot of a va-va-voomy gym-fly who keeps putting the moves on Savitch.
fatherine Take Keeley along if the bond was so deep after just two days. How to write a great review. Six year old Sam is kidnapped, manages to escape, is picked up by a Sheriff and her daughter Keelee – and another escapade begins.
He licked at the dried blood beside his mouth. At least he was alive. He was walking toward James Marple, no, swaggering was more like it.
I’ll keep reading series in order as I love the “Brit in the FBI series” and want to understand the genesis of those characters coultwr bit more.
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Blind Side (FBI Thriller, #8) by Catherine Coulter
Entered on screen reader. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Alas, I did not like this one either.
Katie is sheriff of Jessborough, Tennessee. The book would have been so much better blinndside a more ambiguous ending. What doesn’t really wash is why the hired kidnappers insisted on continually going after Sam even while he was surrounded by so much law enforcement.
Back in Ninth book in the series, and it was no way as good as the first four. A roma I felt from the very first page that a juvenile wrote this very shallow book. Where was Wade Phelps? A riveting novel of knife-edge suspense, Blindside is Catherine Coulter at the top of her game.
Jan 26, Theresa rated it it was ok. In all fairness, Coop was only twenty-four, loaded with testosterone, and still out to save the world. It kept me hooked for almost catherkne the pages – it felt like it was a few pages too long. He needed to know, for the future. Sheriff Kate Benedict and her five year old daughter is caught up in trying to solve a kidnapping of a six year old boy whose dad had been a FBI agent before he took over his Dad’s company.
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Mar 11, Kat rated it really liked it Shelves: The blinsdide 54 pages were completely unnecessary. Savich was on his knees, untying Jimbos ankles and arms, trying to get him calm. Oct 18, Joyce Stewart rated it it was amazing.
The young man escaped from a cabin he was being held in but the kidnappers would not give up and they tried again. Truly, I was not impressed. What was going on here? However, it was less than not good, and if I could spare one person from the nonsense of it, I accomplished something. Savich was sweating in his Kevlar vest even though it was fifty degrees. A shadow rose up from behind a ratty sofa.