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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May 12, William Bentrim rated it it was amazing. I just wish that CC would go back to the way she wrote the beginnings of this series. Oct 16, Linda rated it it was amazing. This book is a fast paced, easy to get drawn into suspense thriller that I totally felt comfortable with even though it is 14 in a series have only read a few books for.
Especially loved every interaction with young Georgie Shiplash, she is a precious precocious young lady! She heard hard breathing, a suck-air kiss, and raunchy groaning.
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I did think it interesting that neither Sherlock nor Savich picked up on view spoiler [the German agent’s bizarre behavior. Also, the status of two characters relationship was left hanging. Received a free copy via First Reads giveaway. Nov 11, Joanne rated it it was ok. It’s not a major theme of this book, just an inclusion of what would likely be said or thought by some people.
I have only identified two of the murderers in the story plots which, if you knew me, is quite unheard of. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! It could be that I’ve gotten older, but I’ve read a lot of Catherine Coulter’s books over the years and the quality of the writing in this one set my teeth on edge. They were close now, not ten feet from his office door and she knew they’d be waltzing in, headed toward that big gray leather sofa. Get it done, get it done.
Mar 21, Marcia Ferguson rated it really liked it. Lists with This Book.
What a bit of luck, good and bad. Thank goodness there were only nineteen pages in all. She hadn’t checked the file size.
Did anyone else know? This was my first Catherine Coulter, but it won’t be my last.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Feeling she had few options, Erin Pulaski committed the crime of breaking and entering the offices of the pharmaceutical company that had been denying her client access to lifesaving drugs for his father.
Mar 07, D. There is one thing that I am relieved to see in this novel that other authors seem afraid to foulter mention.
The female private investigator breaks into a Like any avid reader, I’m always on the lookout for a new favorite author or series. Chapter after chapter is filled with characters, events, and decisions that exist only because the author seemed too lazy to create some plausibility in the world she had created but needed a reason, no matter how ridiculous.
As always it is wonderful to see Savich and Sherlock working together and with others. Both plots are so transparent. This was a page turner with an elegant twist at the end. I highly recommend it.
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But, I suspect Catherine Coulter had another reason for choosing the title. In this series View all Book Savich flies back in forth between the murders.
My frustrations would be that I got a bit lost at the end of the book, as the threads were getting tied up. There’s no danger here, nothing bad can happen. Nov 10, Holley rated it really liked it.