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.
How can enough people read these mysteries again and again and not realize they’re enjoyin I think Catherine Coulter is just not my style. However, the way they interacted seemed forced and not really how any people would act toward one another, especially when they are practically strangers. This is the 8th book in the FBI series. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long.
Audible Jul Brilliance Audio. Katie and her daughter, Keeley, had been driving along when they see Sam running out of the woods with his kidnappers in mad pursuit. Really, why not just let them dematerialize in front of everyone it would be just about as credible?
Back in May when I stopped reading, if figured I’d give it some time before getting back to the series after a few disappointments. Katie is sheriff of Jessborough, Tennessee. This is a great story of the interaction between both parents of these kids Omg. A great Catherine Coulter FBI thriller, this one featuring the hunt for a serial killer targeting math teachers of all things and the mystery behind kidnappers who targeted a 6-year-old boy.
The story is tense and full of surprises. The other two math teachers had been shot in the forehead from close range, dead instantly. Just when you think you have it figured out, it will have you guessing again. Ridiculous dialogue was abundant. There was a zigzagging line of blood coming over the top of Mr. Nearing 60 pages from the end, I thought the story was over and it just keeps going on. 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.
It kept me hooked for almost all the pages – it felt like it was a few pages too long. The plot was enjoyable, and the best part of the book.
Blind Side (FBI Thriller, #8) by Catherine Coulter
Sep 09, Shana rated it it was ok. Savich wanted the man alive.
Although I never figured out the connection with the little boy and girl and the minister with the blood. During a storm he manages to escape blindsidd run into fortuitously the sheriff of the small town of Jessboro, Katie Benedict. It’s cute seeing how the kids interact.
I’m sure those employees love being uprooted in order to keep their jobs. It has a few twist and turns through out the book enough that it holds your interest. Oct 18, Joyce Stewart rated it it was amazing. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. I just love how Catherine Coulter weaves a tale, and there is no better story than that of Savich and Sherlock.
Cracker, to me, would have been the culprit.
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Why do the kidnappers want this little boy so badly? The unanswered question is: The only thing I liked was the setting. In all fairness, Blindide was only twenty-four, loaded with testosterone, and still out to save the world.
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