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’ll take the FDA so long to get their act together we’ll all have cashed in before the pressure’s too great.
She pressed Print File and watched as page after page flowed out of the high-speed printer. But the truth is that I’m usually disappointed by poor character development, plot holes, and deus ex machina.
I enjoy this couple and the writing of Catherine Coulter. This was a page turner with an elegant twist at the end. Fifteen bucks a chemo session?
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I’d love to see what I missed, cayherine it’s totally possible other readers easily see the connection. The lock snicked open. She heard voices at the end of the long corridor.
I should’ve known early. Next came instructions to their distribution plant, Rexol, also in Bartonville. Didn’t get that a romance was blooming, until the end, then was datherine pondering why this FBI guy went to a dollar store – to buy a toy engagement ring?
My other complaint is that these are not stand alone stories as many of the earlier ones were. This was my first Catherine Coulter, but it won’t be my last. I have only identified two of the whillash in the story plots which, if you knew me, whiplasy quite unheard of. It sounded like they were arguing. This story had some romance, mystery, thriller aspects, and a touch of mystical, and it was a page-turner.
Royal had a lovely view of a large groomed lawn, more like a small park, really, lined with plants, still bursting with blooms at the very end of summer.
The female private investigator breaks into a building where a murder occurs later that night.
When a body is found in a nearby federal park the FBI investigates. Two to Die For. She sucked in a deep breath and jumped. How coupter so many people lose their conscience? Savich and Sherlock are endearing protagonists, and the supporting cast holds together well.
Private investigate Erin Pulaski snuck into a secured area to prove that the drug company Schiffer Hartwin was purposefully sabotaging their own factories so that a cheap cancer medication would have to be replaced by one still under patent which is much mor No romance in this one. I’m not whiplassh the FBI, but I can’t imagine that the author’s knowledge of the FBI’s policies and procedures is much more or less than mine.
The characters build as the series continues and you find yourself looking forward to “bumping” into them in each book. So Carla hadn’t been a part of it for long, but she wouldn’t blow the whistle.
Especially loved every interaction with young Georgie Richards, she is a precious precocious young lady! The romance characters were a little different too, in that he was not interested at first, at all.
Dillon Savich and Lacy Sherlock are truly wonderful characters, as a husband wife team or solely as FBI agents they are compelling and personable. She turned on her penlight to get the lay of the land. Preview — Whiplash by Catherine Coulter. 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. She pressed her ear to the door, heard the woman say clearly, “I still can’t believe you’ve made me coulger part of this, Caskie.
She hadn’t picked up a whiff of that when couulter done her research on Caskie Royal and his management team. Her hands didn’t shake though her heart felt like it would pound out of her chest. Oct 16, Linda rated it it was amazing. I’ve never been disappointed in her stories. To ask other readers questions about Whiplashplease sign up. There were far too many characters, and far too much telling, not showing.
Would you like us to take another look at this review? Too many ideas, too much back story not enough learning about the new characters.
Good grief, Alavarez and Royal? She wasn’t just twisting the law, she was stomping on it.
WHIPLASH by Catherine Coulter | Kirkus Reviews
Thanks for telling us about the problem. I again find myself shaking my head at these successful authors. Her list had failed her only once, but that was years ago, and she started in on it now.
She could go to jail for the rest of her youth, which would be a real whipllash since she hadn’t yet produced the fourth generation of lock pickers.