An action-packed FBI thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter! In Connecticut, the murder of a pharmaceutical bigwig brings in. In Coulter’s fab 14th FBI paranormal romantic thriller (after KnockOut), FBI Whiplash. Catherine Coulter, Author Putnam (p) ISBN. Whiplash: Book summary and reviews of Whiplash by Catherine Coulter.
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It is the ability to include God and prayer in the story. She pressed her ear to the door, heard the woman say clearly, “I still can’t believe you’ve made me a part of this, Caskie. She hadn’t picked up a whiff of that when she’d done her research on Caskie Royal and his management team.
The murder of a foreign national on federal land can only mean the German drug company has a secret of epic proportions. Senator David Hoffman is experiencing a ghostly apparition with possible malicious intent.
None of the characters came to life for me. As always it is wonderful to see Savich and Sherlock working together and with others. What if she needed to have didn’t print out in time — no, she had some time, it would be all right.
Held my attention to the end. She plugged in a flashdrive, and ran catheirne another password, this one corporate. Conscience free drug companies and political intrigue round out this captivating story.
She felt queasy and ignored it. As it stands, I think the reader gets whiplash going between the two stories, but that’s a good thing, honest. Ratings doulter Reviews 2 31 star ratings 2 reviews.
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She dashed to the window and looked down to see a big silver Lexus — it was Caskie Royal’s car. Maybe it meant Mr.
This was my first Catherine Coulter, but it won’t be my last. Apr 02, Jessi rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 19, Janet rated it really liked it.
Fun book to get catnerine in, and now I need to backtrack and see how Savich and Sherlock met and fell in love The Song Novels While the culprit is listening to the morning news, she learns that a mutilated body was found in the woods the same night – the woods that were her escapre.
First Coulter read, won’t be returning. It was time for Plan B.
Whiplash (FBI Thriller, #14) by Catherine Coulter
Get it done, get it done. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. There is an implication, but no solid confirmation. Erin used her third generation lock picks.
Coulter writes a good mystery and keeps one captivated and entertained through out the story. I again find myself shaking my head at these successful authors.
Even though this dealt with fairly heavy subject matter, and there were a couple of bloody spots, I would call this a ‘light’ read.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. And Sherlock believes it? Perhaps they continue in another book but that wasn’t mentioned anywhere in this novel.
She ran to the adjoining bathroom, slipped into the glass-block shower and looked up at a small window near the top that she’d swear had been larger on catherune plans and not so high up. I’m off to read the next book in the series.
Sherlock and Savich are intriguing as a couple, that’s for sure. She slid her picks back into the pocket of her black jacket, checked the corridor both ways to make catherien the guard hadn’t changed his schedule and wasn’t on the third floor, and opened the door just enough so she could slip inside the CEO’s office.
All she has to do is keep her identity a secret until she can find the real killer.