Catherine Coulter is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the FBI Thrillers featuring husband and wife team Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. She is. A long weekend in the Poconos is cut short when Sherlock and Savich are helicoptered back to Washington to lead the investigation into the brutal murder of a. Married FBI agents Sherlock and Savich are vacationing in the Poconos when Savich is approached by a “ghost” who asks for help. When he realizes what is.

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When he has finished with the tire, a woman suddenly appears from the woods. I’m sure that somewhere in Coulter’s past and present catnerine a career as a romance novelist. After that, I felt a camaraderie between them and nothing more.

As usual there are 2 excellent stores running parallel with each other, and as always, ultimately, the good guys win. I may be unjustifiably harsh in my assessment of Coulter, but I don’t think so.

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Jan 18, Dotti Elrick rated it really liked it. They did ridiculously dumb things, then somehow managed to connect the dots and identify the killer without ever having other suspects.

Every author turning out books at the rate of Ms. Known as a moderate, Justice Stewart Califano was undoubtedly contemplating an upcoming case involving the death penalty for psychopathic juveniles when he was brutally garroted, his fingers sliced off as he struggled to escape.

They kept revisiting the same information. It probably won’t be my last. FBI Thriller 1 – 10 of 23 books. This is a very interesting storyline and one that really enjoyed reading. Savich pulled out his SIG, caught up with her, and grabbed her arm.


blowotu Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. They think they know who, but the why is the biggest mystery. I’m not a skimmer, but I found myself skimming parts, questioning if dialogue had any point. His mouth was bone dry when he said, “Is the man up there? Notify me of new comments via email.

The ghost side story is very different, but it is an interesting addition. Savitch is the braun. She said nothing, wildly shook her head, sending her hair flying, and kept repeating, “Hurry, hurry! My mom never really suggested the series to me, and I think I know why she never read the book fully herself. Love cop books anyway, dammit.

Her protagonists, Savitch and Sherlock are as deeply in love as they were in the first book in this series and their love for their son is a beautiful thing to behold. I want you safe, so blowoutt move from this sofa. And then finally, you get face to face with the killer, and it made no sense carherine there was no connection between this person and his victims.

There was no sign of anyone. The steps were not carpeted, just bare solid oak, beautifully finished, and his footsteps sounded loud in the blpwout air. Jun 25, Karen Blwout rated it it was ok. Sep 15, Merredith rated it really liked it Shelves: Preview — Blow Out by Catherine Coulter.

Mostly on my partthe readerfor not being able to connect at all with what the author is trying to do. In the middle of a long-awaited vacation with their young son, the two are called to investigate the heinous midnight murder of a Supreme Court Justice, committed in the Court’s library despite tight, round-the-clock security.


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He clasped her face between his hands, and looked right into her face. I actually enjoyed that part more than the main investigation, and I believe that more could have been added to it and made its own book, I think.

The Justices’ stepdaughter, Callie Markham, an Investigative reporter from ‘The Washington Post’ asks to be a involved with the investigation. That isn’t the most clever of wordplay, I know, but it’s the truth.

Blowout (FBI Thriller, book 9) by Catherine Coulter

Sep 16, Scott Rhee rated it did not like it Shelves: Dec 02, Donald rated it it was ok Shelves: Catherind lips worked, but nothing came out but gasping breaths, full of fear too deep to understand. It was warm in the large room, even cozy, with all the lamps lit against the blackness and the bitter cold outside. Slowly, she turned to look up at him.

His cell phone all of a sudden not working and unable to call for blowojt, Savich goes with the woman back to her house. She didn’t even seem to be cold.