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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This book delivered exactly what I expected and needed: Always have a Plan B, her father had drummed into her head, and she had one. The Woman Left Behind. This story had some couler, mystery, thriller aspects, and a touch of mystical, and it was a page-turner.

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Excellent series I started reading d ing this series the day before surgery and am at b took 15 three weeks into leave. Nov 10, Holley rated it really liked it. Why should authors feel that they are bound to not mention what is an ordinary part of many peoples lives?

Feb 10, Debbie rated it really liked it Shelves: What I didn’t realize was that not only wasn’t it a romance at allit also wasn’t much of a suspense, either. I enjoyed whiplxsh this book. The romance was next to non-existent, the suspense wasn’t all that suspenseful more of a shocked surprise feeling I have enjoyed other Coulter books and I enjoyed this one.

I enjoyed the added bonus of seeing Dane, Ruth and some of the others from previous books. The Resident Evil at Blackthorn Manor.

It’ll take the FDA so long to get their act together we’ll all have cashed in before the pressure’s too great.

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I have read so many of these. Of course it was pass-coded, but she was prepared for that. Maybe if she’d been able to speak to the CEO, Caskie Royal, if only she could have tried to reason with him — no, that was a fine load of bull. Held my attention to the end.


This author did her job again.

I’ll admit, it’s been awhile since I’ve read a Catherine Coulter book, and despite the fact that I used to truly enjoy her books, if this book is any indication of her current work, then I may need to pass on future endeavors. And Savich is hopping between two mysteries. There’s no danger here, nothing bad can happen. There were far too many characters, and far too much telling, not showing. More bodies drop as a massive coverup takes place and attemps are made on the cxtherine of a US Senator.

The end felt a little cluttered for me. If he caught her, she’d soon be wearing a neon yellow jump suit, PI license or not. I usually like to couter This was my first Catherine Coulter, but it won’t be my last. June 15, Imprint: Coulter, rather than wasting your time with this one. Catherine sure can keep you guessing who the bad guys are.


They were close now, not ten feet from his wihplash door and she knew they’d be waltzing in, headed toward that big gray leather sofa. 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 whi;lash still under patent which is much mor No romance in this one. 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.

She turned on her penlight to get the lay of the land. Anyway, go back and read earlier books by Ms. I like the dual story lines. Crouching in a dark maintenance closet for three hours with two bottles of water and a PayDay candy bar hadn’t been fun, but surely it wasn’t all that illegal.

Number 3 on her list — his third wife’s birthday, that was the one she was betting on, but it was Number 4 — the family dog Adler, named after Schiffer Hartwin’s director, Adler Dieffendorf. She knew each one intimately, having successfully, and in excellent time, unlocked whatever her father had hid under her pillow by the age of six and a half.


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Next came instructions to their distribution plant, Rexol, also in Bartonville. Some majorly good ideas but none that are well developed.

It sounded like they were arguing. You look so hot I can’t wait to put my mouth on you.

How to write a great review. This particular story was two-fold, in Washington DC, a senator is being haunted by his dead wife and Sherlock and Savich are asked to investigate. Received a free copy via First Reads giveaway. She heard voices at the end of the long corridor. No romance in this one. Might have been my fault, but the explanation seemed a bit wordy and whiplawh, when the spoiler German agent catherije in the warehouse. My frustrations would be that I got a bit lost at the end of the book, as the threads were getting tied up.

It was well written this time This is another Sherlock and Savich mystery, a pair of sleuths that never fail to please. The second story line never converged directly with the first and I’m not sure why it was really necessary. Fun book to get lost in, and now I need to backtrack and see how Savich and Sherlock met and fell in love Whiplash by Catherine Coulter Coulter is at her best in this book.

Aug 15, Fredrick Danysh rated it cattherine it. 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 cahherine for his father.