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Double Take (FBI Thriller, Bk 11)
Double Take - FBI Thriller, Bk 11
Author: Catherine Coulter
It's been more than six months since her husband's brutal death, and Julia Ransom is just beginning to breathe again. She loved her husband, renowned psychic August Ransom, but the media frenzy that followed his murder sapped what little strength she had left. Now, after dinner with friends, strolling along San Francisco's Pier 39, she realizes ...  more »
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PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780515144697
ISBN-10: 051514469X
Publication Date: 6/24/2008
Pages: 368
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 331 ratings
Publisher: Jove
Book Type: Paperback
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MissMcIntyre123 avatar reviewed Double Take (FBI Thriller, Bk 11) on + 49 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
This is the first Catheine Coulter book I have ever read. And since joinging this site, I realize that it is book #11 of the series. You CAN read this book out-of-order and still completely understand it and enjoy it. I did - I loved this book! Mystery, suspense, and a little bit of romance - PERFECT! :)
panda1971 avatar reviewed Double Take (FBI Thriller, Bk 11) on + 10 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Have read every one of this series and still love Savich and Sherlock's way of fighting crime. Always keeps me on the edge of my seat. This book was set in San Francisco and Catherine's attention to detail always makes me feel like I can picture exactly what she is talking about. The storyline with Julia Ransom and Cheney Stone is very intriguing and the characters that are a part of Julia's life are an eclectic group.
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sheriw avatar reviewed Double Take (FBI Thriller, Bk 11) on + 38 more book reviews
Double Take - FBI Thriller, Bk 11 (Catherine Coulter)

FBI agents Sherlock and Savich are back in this thriller. Julia Ransoms' husband August was murdered. He is not an ordinary guy , he happens to be a medium, he speaks to the dead. She is being fingered in this murder. Special agent Cheney Stone is called in to investigate (with the help of Savich and Sherlock.).

Meanwhile Sheriff Dixon Noble gets a call from his father-in-law Chappy Holcombe. Chappy is distraught, he believes he has seen his daughter Christie. The only problem with that is Christie has been missing for over three years presumed dead. Dixon (Dix) is hot on the scene, where he meets Charlotte Pallack, who bears a striking resemblance to Christie.

Cheney and Dix come together, also with the assistance of Sherlock and Savich to unravel this mystery before another body turns up dead. Can the two cases be related? What is the connection to the mysterious Charlotte Pallack, is there a connection to the late Christie, and finally will Christies' case finally be solved.

Fantastic Nail-biting all night read. I am a HUGE fan of Catherine Coulter, and although this is number 11 in the FBI series, Ms. Coulter has certainly not lost her touch. I look forward to more great reads by Catherine Coulter.
booklit avatar reviewed Double Take (FBI Thriller, Bk 11) on + 473 more book reviews
Keeps you up reading. Her FBI books are good.
reviewed Double Take (FBI Thriller, Bk 11) on
This book was such a fast read. I did not know it was part of a series until I posted it here in my bookshelf.

This book had many moments of suspense. It was a page turner and very hard to put down. The story line was a bit eccentric, but kept my interest.


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