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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Blindside (FBI Thriller, book 8) by Catherine Coulter
blindsside Why do the kidnappers want this little boy so badly? However, I had some real plotting problems. Oct 18, Joyce Stewart rated it it was amazing. Though the local sheriff, Katie Benedict, catches up with Sam before the kidnappers do, the case isn’t over —not by a long shot. I knew right away that the minister’s wife was not dead. As if the kidnapping case weren’t enough, Savich and Sherlock are at the same time desperate to find the cold-blooded killer of three high school math teachers in the Washington, D.
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A lot of the action takes place in rural eastern Bblindside and the descriptions of the Smoky Mountains in the fall were just beautiful, like taking a vacation.
At nearly the same moment, there was another shot — the loud, sharp sound of a rifle, fired from a distance. Please add to series. You can remove the unavailable item s now cafherine we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. This read more like a Scooby Doo episode. However, it was less than not good, and if I could spare one person from the nonsense of it, I accomplished something. The review must be at least 50 characters long.
Coultet licked at the dried blood beside his mouth. The investigation leads Savich and Sherlock to a charismatic, intense evangelist, Reverend Sooner McCamy, and his enigmatic wife. However, it still was a good, not great read.
What Readers Are Saying What do you think? Phelps pulled a knife that gleamed even in the dull light. The snitch had seen Wade Phelps pull a gun on a guy in the parking lot of a small strip mall, pull him out of his Volvo station wagon and shove him into an old Buick.
The early evening headlines read: Why take such a risk by bringing the victim to his own home?
If you’re gonna read this as a stand-alone book, i’m not sure if you’d want to, but if you’re reading the whole series, then it’s a pleasant enough read. And I would have had Cracker mixed up with the minister’s cult in trying to kidnap the child. A shadow rose up from behind a ratty sofa.
When six-year-old Sam Cuolter is kidnapped and then manages to save himself, Savich and Sherlock join his father—former FBI agent Miles Kettering —to determine why Sam would be abducted and brought to eastern Tennessee.
I highly recommend this excellent series, which has been going strong for many years. Or they’ve been knocked out by a car wreck but manage to wiggle out just before the car blows up unseen by scads of watching law enforcement.
This is a great story of the interaction between both parents of these kids and Savich and Sherlock from the other books. There’s a side story of a crazy guy killing math teachers.
Blondside was a bit incredulous about the ending, not the ending of the mystery, but the ending in the characters personal lives. Like ending up together was inevitable. 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. He blindsife to know, for the future. I just love how Catherine Coulter weaves a tale, and there is no better story than that of Savich and Sherlock.
What the hell is going on here? I felt like it ended 4 different times. Coulter’s heady blend of action and intrigue grows more intoxicating with each book-and reaches new heights in Blindside. I really thought this book was going to be different, a little fast paced and with more thrill. Why are you doing this? There is 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.
The kidnappers try again.