Book Reviews of Point Blank (FBI Thriller, Bk 10)

Point Blank (FBI Thriller, Bk 10)
Point Blank - FBI Thriller, Bk 10
Author: Catherine Coulter
ISBN-13: 9780399153228
ISBN-10: 0399153225
Publication Date: 8/23/2005
Pages: 357
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 192 ratings
Publisher: Putnam Publishing Group
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 3
The story line is two-fold, and at first glance extremely interesting. We find married FBI agents Savich and Sherlock involved in a case of kidnapping and murder, the victim being a stand-up comic at a club Savich is involved with. The two kidnappers, an old man and his equally young side-kick, seem to be engaged in a personal vendetta against Dillon Savich, and have targeted Lacey Sherlock as one of their next victims.

Meanwhile, Special Agent Ruth Warnecki is treasure-hunting in a cave in Virginia , and stumbles upon something that frightens her enough that she ends up left for dead in the woods, with no memory of who she is or what she was doing. She's found by Dix, the local Sheriff, and although physically in good condition, she seems to have temporary amnesia.

POINT BLANK is definitely a quick read, and the story lines are interesting. But there were too many things that irritated me to let me enjoy the book the way I wanted to. For one, Ruth's amnesia--she went from not knowing who she was, what she did for a living, or what she was doing in Virginia to seeing Savich and Sherlock and "miraculously" having everything come back to her in about two minutes. Second, I have to agree with the reviewer who said the dialogue in the book was "stiff." There were instances during my reading that I knew I should be laughing or at least chuckling, but it didn't happen. The way the sentences were worded, and the dry words used in everyone's conversations, left me with the feeling that something essential was missing from the story.

Overall, POINT BLANK isn't the best Savich and Sherlock story, but it won't stop me from reading Ms. Coulter's next release. As long as you know in advance that you're not getting ready to read Ms. Coulter's best work, you'll be fine.
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Helpful Score: 1
A good book. I felt like it wasn't as good as her earlier ones. Didn't seem to "flow" easily. It was still good and but I have never been able to put her books down-and this one I was able to.
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I like Catherine Coulter's books but it was hard for me to get interested in this one. I don't know whether it was me or the book. After I got interested in it I enjoyed it.
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The story line was usuall Catherine Coulter, but what happened to her writing!? It was like reading a See Dick See Jane reader! Short choppy sentences, and she had her characters saying things that even I knew were out of character for them. My last book of hers. I couldn't even get thru this one.
To each his own though....hope some one else enjoys it.
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Helpful Score: 1
I was a little disappointed in the ending but other then that this was a great book. I just love Catherine Coulter's FBI series.

Revenge and murder become entwined in one of FBI agents Savich and Sherlock's most baffling cases, in Catherine Coulter's gripping new thriller.

The explosive action kicks off as FBI agent Ruth Warnecki hunts for Confederate gold in a West Virginia cave. She never expects to encounter the grisly murder that catapults her into a horrific plague of death, all centered on the prestigious Stanislaus School of Music.
And at Hooter's Motel in Maryland, FBI agents Savich and Carver are nearly killed while attempting to rescue a kidnap victim. Instead of a hostage, all they see is a glowing-red timer and then a catastrophic explosion. They are then led to Arlington National Cemetery, but the search for the kidnap victim is cut short when Savich takes a fateful call on his cell, as a mysterious voice threatens to kill him and his wife.
Pitted against as insane killer and his psychotic teenage girlfriend, Savich and Sherlock find themselves fighting a hate-driven villain with a very long memory.
Point Blank is a nail-biting, edge-of-your-seat thriller, as exhilarating and terrifying as anything Catherine Coulter has ever written.
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This book is so good. I love the characters of Agent Savage and Agent Sherlock. I love books where the character is continued thru the series. I would recommend this book if you love cop stories
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The story line is two-fold, and at first glance extremely interesting. We find married FBI agents Savich and Sherlock involved in a case of kidnapping and murder, the victim being a stand-up comic at a club Savich is involved with. The two kidnappers, an old man and his equally young side-kick, seem to be engaged in a personal vendetta against Dillon Savich, and have targeted Lacey Sherlock as one of their next victims.

Meanwhile, Special Agent Ruth Warnecki is treasure-hunting in a cave in Virginia , and stumbles upon something that frightens her enough that she ends up left for dead in the woods, with no memory of who she is or what she was doing. She's found by Dix, the local Sheriff, and although physically in good condition, she seems to have temporary amnesia.

POINT BLANK is definitely a quick read, and the story lines are interesting. But there were too many things that irritated me to let me enjoy the book the way I wanted to. For one, Ruth's amnesia--she went from not knowing who she was, what she did for a living, or what she was doing in Virginia to seeing Savich and Sherlock and "miraculously" having everything come back to her in about two minutes. Second, I have to agree with the reviewer who said the dialogue in the book was "stiff." There were instances during my reading that I knew I should be laughing or at least chuckling, but it didn't happen. The way the sentences were worded, and the dry words used in everyone's conversations, left me with the feeling that something essential was missing from the story.

Overall, POINT BLANK isn't the best Savich and Sherlock story, but it won't stop me from reading Ms. Coulter's next release. As long as you know in advance that you're not getting ready to read Ms. Coulter's best work, you'll be fine.
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I really like the FBI series, this one had a different twist.
I thought it was good.
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Another great book in the series!
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Great Read- I hope the next one answers a few question....
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Catherine Coulter does it again - another great FBI book starring all of our favorite characthers. Easy read -
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Just like all of her books this one is also GREAT.
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The explosive action kicks off as treasure hunting FBI agent Ruth Warnecki is on the trail of stolen Confederate gold hidden in Winkel's Cave in western Virginia. She never expects to find herself chin-deep in a grisly murder that leaves her nearly dead and rocks the town of Maestro.

And as a stakeout in Maryland, FBI agents Dillon Savich and Dane Carver are nearly killed in a horrific explosion while atempting to rescue a kidnap victim, Pinky Womack.

They are led to Arlington National Cemetery where they not only find Pinky, but Savich also takes a fateful call on his cell from an old man out to kill both him and Sherlock. The thing is, they have no clue why. Pitted against an insane killer and his psychotic teenage girl-friend, Savich and Sherlock find themselves fighting a hate-driven villan with a very long and terrifying memory.

Wow, so many twists and turns in this book and one would wonder how it's all going to tie together, OR is it! You'll have to read this thrilling book to find out the answer. Excellent reading material!
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FBI agents Sherlock & Savage face the most explosive case of their careers, pitting them against an unstable villain - with a very long memory....
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The 10th and one of the best in the FBI series. A treasure hunting FBI agent, Ruth Warnecki is on the trail of Confederate gold hidden hidden in a cave in western VA. She never expects to find herself involved in a grisly murder that leaves her nearly dead.
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FBI Agents Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich face the most explosive case of their careers, pitting them against an unstable villain-with a very long memory.
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a great mystery which keep me interested and hard to put down. you'll enjoy this book.
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I'm just beginning to get into Catherine Coulter books, so it's a little difficult to do a comparative review. I'll just do this one as a stand-alone.

Overall, I found this audio to be an entertaining listen. I did find the character and plot a little implausible at times. I guess you have to remember that this is a fictional story, and not real-life. The clever, taunting villain seemed to "go down" too easily, with no great finale. Here again, in real life you seldom find your villains only after a high-speed car chase, jumping from the car to a waiting helicopter, dropping down to the roof of a train hurtling through the mountains, amid a torrent of bullets. You usually find the "bad guy" hunkering down unshaven, in his underwear, and scratching his butt in some abandoned warehouse.

I would purchase this book for no other reason than its being narrated by Dick Hill - he has the ability to make a "so-so" book sound spectacular (which is why I prefer audiobooks). In the first chapter, one of the characters is trapped in a cave, Dick Hill's rendition of the panic experienced by this character is especially noteworthy! You come out of that chapter feeling like you yourself were trapped!

In addition to the regular characters of Savitch and Sherlock, we have the appearance of two new characters Ruth and Dix .... maybe heading for their own series of books? Who knows.

Summing everything up, I think this audio is worth a listen, but I wouldn't rely on the printed versions. That's just me! You make you decision, and let me know!
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FBI thriller
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Great read didnot want to put down
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Savich and Sherlock are at it again. First part of book goes well; I though this one had a weak ending/ last portion of book.
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Excellent story!!
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The explosive actions kicks off as treasure hunting FBI agent Ruth Warnecki is on the trail of stolen Confederate gold hidden in Winkel's Cave in western Virginia. She never expects to find herself chin-deep in a grisly murder that leaves her nearly dead and rocks the town of Maestro.
And at a stakeout in Maryland, FBI agents Dillon Savich and Dane Carver are nearly killed in a horrific explosion while attempting to rescure a kidnap victim, Pinky Womack.
They are led to Arlington National Cemetery, where they not only find Pinky, but Savich also takes a fateful call on his cell from an old man out to kill both him and Sherlock. The thing is, they have no clue why. Pitted against an insane killer and his psychotic teenage girlfriend, Savich and Sherlock find themselves fighting a hate driven villian with a very long and terrifying memory.
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Good, quick read. Fun characters, especially if you like FBI lit.
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Great read..
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Very interesting story
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Another suspenseful FBI thriller by Catherine Coulter! Her books are terrific!!
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Suspenseful mystery, but some of the dialog was a little corny.
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Great read by a great author.
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I enjoyed this book, typical Coulter fashion. She weaves a variety of characters into the story referencing old other books which is good. I get a bit bored with the dialogue tho', a bit shallow imho, however, it's still worth reading. Especially if you like savich and sherlock
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Thrilling, holds your attention from the moment you open the cover. I could not put it down.
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Great book, good love story, small twist in "who dunnit"! Anxious for a sequel.
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This is the first book by this author that I have read a really good FBI thriller.
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I liked this book but was a bit dissapointed in the ending. It seemed to leave a lot of loose ends. I wrote to Catherine Coulter and she said the newly introduced characters and unresolved storyline will be in her next book to come out June 2007.
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Very entertaining..two story lines run at the same time..good to the very last page.
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Another great Sherlock and Savich book partly set in Virginia and partly in DC. Brings in a twist of someone out of their past.
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Her books are never dull!
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Unusual plot and fun to read.
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Interesting storyline and characters. Had a little trouble keeping things straight in the beginning but that may have been my own focus issue. But enjoyed the story.
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This book is about 2 FBI agents against an unstable villian . Very suspenseful
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Classic Catherine Coulter story, another in the FBI series. Great story about a strong woman, and the strong man she falls in love with while trying to catch a serial killer.
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I was disappointed in the ending - not enough thrill or excitement. Her other FBI mysteries were much better.
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An FBI thriller.
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CATHERINE COULTER JUST GETS BETTER AND BETTER. THE SCENE IN THE CAVE--I COULD FEEL THE COLD AIR- THAT IS HOW REAL IT SEEMED. SHE HAS PUT TOGETHER A GREAT TEAM FOR THE FBI. :}

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Full of suspence until the very end!
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Great book! Starts out with a bang and keeps on moving!
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Catherine Coulter does it again! Keeps you guessing till the last possible minute! Great read
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This series has been going down hill. This was not as bad as the last one, but still not as good as the early books. This book has two plots lines that are never brought together or satisfactorily ended. Lots of loose threads in the main story line.
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As good, and gripping, as the early books in the series!!!
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Great reading
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On-the-edge-of-your-seat reading. I couldn't put it down!
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Good, strong, "keep you at the edge of your seat" Catherine Coulter book.
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Another fantastic read. Revenge and murder become entwined in this FBI thriller with Savich and his wife Sherlock. Their friend and co worker, Ruth Warnecki, is hunting for confederate gold in a mine in West Virginia when she is druged and left for dead in the woods outside the home of small town sheriff. This is just one of the plots in this book.
I recomend thi book to any Coulter fan.
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Revenge and murder become entwined in one of the FBI agents Savich and Sherlock's most baffling cases, in Catherine Coulter's gripping thriller.
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coulter's fbi series just keep getting better and better
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I liked the idea of Savich and Sherlock working in two separate locations trying to nab the different killers. Very good book.
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She has never dissapointed me.
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This is an excellent, suspensful novel. Can't put it down.
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A page-turner -- good, clean, fun!
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Wonderful story full of twists and turns. Sherlock and Savich are at it again! Who wants FBI Agent Ruth Warnecki dead? Will Savich catch killer Moses Grace who is stalking him and Sherlock? Why is he after Savich in the first place? Read on, this one is packed with action!
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this is a dillon savich and sherlock novel...one of their best.
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The explosive action kicks off as FBA agent Ruth Warnecki hunts for COnfederate gold in a West Virginia cave. She never expects to encounter the grisly murder that catapults her into a horrific plague of death.

Point Blank is a nail-biting, edge-of-your seat thriller, as exhilarating and terrifying as anything Catherine Coulter has ever written.
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Another great book by her
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I do like the Sherlock and Savage series and this was a good one.
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Great Thriller, fast paced, hard to turn it off..Enjoy Carol
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I really enjoyed this book.
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Good book. Love all her work.
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a page-turning thriller - can't wait for her next one!
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This book is on par with Catherine Coulter's other FBI series books. Good read.
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Great book! I love all of this series and am ready for the next one!
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Very good mystery!!
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I loved this book! Great read!
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Great book. I love these FBI thrillers. There was actually two storylines going at the same time in this book. One from another book continuing and a new one. She really writes an excellent book. Very fast paced and exciting.
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This was a great read. I love the characters of Savich and Sherlock. Moses Grace and Claudia were a really elusive pair of criminals that were a puzzle to try and figure out. That's what makes a good read to me when I am unable to figure out "who done it!" and "why, they done it?"
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Treasurer-hunting FBI agent Ruth Warnecki is on the trail of stolen Confederate gold hidden in a cave in western Virginia. She never expects to find herself chin-deep in a grisly murder that leaves her nearly dead and rocks the town of Maestro. At a stakeout in Maryland, FBI agents Dillon Savich and Dane Carver are nearly killed in a horrific explosion while attempting to rescue a kidnap victim.THis is the tenth suspense thrilled in the FBI series - good story.
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Another great book by Catherine Coulter in the FBI Thriller's. Hope this isn't the last of them.
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This book starts out with a blast, when agents Savich and Carver are almost killed while trying to save a pop entertainer--Pinky Womack--from kidnappers. But instead of Pinky they are lured into a hotel room boobie trapped with a bomb. Kapow! Boom! the place is incinerated (but no one is killed, weak). The two agents are taunted by the bomber, a mysterious, wacked out villain who doesn't forget. But can they find him before he strikes again. There is also an interesting subplot involving lost treasure and a cave.

The story moves along at a rapid pace that kept me turning the pages, the action is tight, though sometimes her dialog drags. my biggest complaint is the ending which I found weak and unsatisfying. Over all though this is a satisfying thriller for a good Saturday night entertainment.
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Didn't like this one as much as the past books. The ending was very confusing.
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ITS A GOOD ONE A REALLY GREAT READ
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good story
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Another "goodie" in the FBI series. I think these stories just keep getting better.
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Starts off strong but peters out at the end.
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Great read!
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Wonderful.
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Good FBI book.
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I don't usually write reviews of the books I read, unless I really love them or really dislike them. Well, although I have read & really enjoyed Catherine Coulter's 10 prior FBI Thriller's in this series, I really hated this book. I found it to be endlessly gory, disgusting and really disturbing. I almost didn't finish it, and it took me about a year to do so, which is unlike me. As others have stated, her writing in this one is choppy and weird, as well. I didn't even like the storyline - I felt the intertwining of Dix's family connections were too confusing and that his sons wouldn't have accepted Ruth so fast. I really didn't care about any of them, either. Savich & Sherlock have a major fight, which I thought was totally contrived & hurtful based on their prior relationship. I really hated Moses Grace and his "relationship" with Claudia - talk about statutory rape and inappropriate subject matter. The whole taking of people's eyes and leaving them for dead was a huge, gory, problem for me, as was Ms. Coulter's constant description of Moses Graces' "death rattle". I felt like throwing up every time I had to read it. Couldn't wait to finish it because she builds each book from the last, and reading the next book description I see Dix in it again. Oh, joy, just loved him. This may be the last book I read in her series if the next one is this bad.

If I want gore and horror, I'll read Stephen King. Oh, wait, I hate gore and horror and don't read him. :(
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Anothter excellent mystery by this author. Her style of writing is intriquing and interesting.
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A fun read with lots of mystery
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Catherine Coulter is a great author, her characters come alive in each book. This is one of her best!!!!!
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I enjoyed this. Another great story in the FBI series!
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Very good book
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Good read--there are some loose ends that I hoped would be resolved, however. I will read more of the author's books.
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Very good. One of the best of this series that I have read
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Wonderful
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Great continued sucess and suspence of this series!!!!!!!!!!
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Very good.I would give it a 4
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really good
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The explosive action kicks off as FBI agent Ruth Warnecki hunts for Confederate gold in a WV cave. She never expects to encounter the grisly murder that catapults her into a horrific plague of death, all centered on the prestigious Stanislaus School of Music.
And at Hooter's Motel in Marlyland, FBI agents Savich and Carver are nearly killed while attempting to rescue a kidnap victim. Instead of a hostage, all they see is a glowing red timer and then a catastrophic explosion. They are then led to Arlington National Cemetery, but the search for the kidnap victim is cut short when Savich takes a fateful call on his cell, as a mysterious voce threatens to kill him and his wife.
Pitted against an insane killer and his psychotic teenage girlfriend, Savich and Sherlock find themselves fighting a hate driven villain with a very long memory.
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Really enjoyed this book!
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Well written, tightly plotted, with great characters.
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Large Print Edition.
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