Backfire (An FBI Thriller) [Catherine Coulter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. For what you did you deserve this. The mysterious note. For what you did you deserve this. The mysterious note delivered to FBI agent Dillon Savich has him and his partner, Lacey Sherlock, on edge, just. Bestseller Coulter’s overwrought 16th thriller featuring Backfire. Catherine Coulter. Putnam, $ (p) ISBN
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Book review: Catherine Coulter’s *Backfire (An FBI Thriller)*
Coulter as introduced a secondary set of characters that actually work on the mystery and fall in love while Sherlock and Savich settle in the background. Good guys get themselves hurt, bad guys wreck havoc, and everything gets solved at the end. Or from a relative from someone the agents put away? Fans of the Sherlock and Savich series will not be disappointed with this outing. The general plot outline was good, but the good guys were too good to backfjre believable, and the bad guys were too bad to be believable.
As I had mentioned, realism was a serious problem. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.
Ramsey Hunt is back in another story, and this one is just as good as the first one. Mar 18, Coulte Deluise rated it it was amazing. However, I found myself annoyed by the names of the various characters. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
In Backfire, there were two different plot lines coupter on. There were parts that I was afraid to read because I’ve been emotionally vested with characters and I was scared as to what was going to happen. What is this book called? Coulter does a nice job building the suspense and throws a big twist in that I didn’t see coming. The books in this series always seems to be entertaining reads, cathegine for the characters, for me. I’ve even blogged about them http: There was a light breeze ruffling the tree leaves and putting a light chop on the ocean below.
Don’t have a Kindle? I enjoyed for the most part.
REVIEW: BACKFIRE BY CATHERINE COULTER
Well written, and enjoyable. But this book is so worth the read. The husband and wife duo are in the cross hairs yet again. Ramsey had been shot. I totally love Savich and I wish Sherlock was my bestie. She writes very well and it easily keeps ones attention from the first page to the last.
The interaction between agencies was interesting.
Only the sound of the waves, he thought. There was no character development at all, and the children in the story acted in totally unreal ways, so I couldn’t give it 5 stars.
Do you want to kiss my “owie”?
My only complaint is that there is way too long between books! This is a must read. Lastly, Coulter finishes with her usual whirlwind romance and a marriage proposal.
The FBI, US Federal Marshals and local police work together to try to figure out whom and why while protecting Ramsey whose life is still in danger from the shooter. And what does it all mean? Another Savich-Sherlock novel that holds the interest with two intertwined plots. I polished the rest off the next day. Better than nightmares about them tumbling off the sixty foot cliff backfirre the mess of rocks and water below.
There’s always still a couple that hook up, but those smexy scenes we love so much have dwindled down so now they’re just alluded too and we have to use our imaginations to picture what’s happening. Ramsey had long thought of her as his own daughter, and here she was, a prodigy, of all things.
Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Savich and Sherlock race to San Francisco to investigate, beginning by interviewing the prime suspects in the murder trial Hunt was overseeing. Otherwise, it was dead silent, not even a distant foghorn blast from the huge cargo ship coulte was nearing the Golden Gate through a veil of low-lying fog.
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And the chase is on Ramsey Hunt was about to backfige over the murder trial of Clive and Cindy Cahill. Entered on screen reader. Yeah, Coulter is definitely off my TBR pile after this egg. Read on to find out!
FBI Thriller 1 – 10 of bbackfire books. Lots of excitement and a high body count, but these supposedly hotshot FBI professionals were sure slow brained about some pretty obvious clues! A couple the first victim would shortly sentence for murder are identified as the culprits early, but are they? Aug 07, Roger rated it liked it. All in all another great installment in the FBI series.