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Point Blank (FBI Thriller) Mass Market Paperback – January 2, 2007
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Trying to tie together essentially 2 stories -- the story of Savich & Sherlock and the story of Maestro, ends up shortchanging both stories. Ms. Coulters brings in certain facts in her story, making the read think, and then does not carry through. The reader is left hoping that a sequel will be published soon to answer all the questions, but, is left wondering if maybe Ms. Coulter lost 100 pages somewhere.
Before I read this book, although in honesty, I have yet to finish it, I was elated upon seeing that it would soon be in stores. I went to her website each and every day for the longest time, in hope that she'd post a preview as she always does. When I read about Ruth's adventure, I was excited and determined to purchase the book with all haste. Especially after witnessing the panic she was feeling. However, once I'd begun reading Point Blank, I realized she'd put everything she had into a powerful beginning and not so much into the rising action. To say in the least, I'm disappointed.
I'm currently stuck, for lack of a better word, on chapter twenty-one because I've been straying from reading this book. Instead, I've enveloped myself in the wonderfully written novels Julie Garwood has provided. I hate admitting the fact that although Coulter started out as my favorite author with novels such as The Maze, The Edge, Riptide, Eleventh Hour, Blindside, and Blowout, Julie Garwood is beginning to pull ahead with her brilliant works.
The dialogue in this book is so forced, along with the jokes and relationships. I took a bit of a peek ahead and witnessed a kiss between Ruth and Dix that was both expected yet unexpected. You see, he kissed her in a rather awkward moment. The dog had just wet himself (and her borrowed leather jacket) when Dix decides this is the time to kiss her. I'm sorry, but who does that?Read more ›
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With two plots running side by side Catherine Coulter again keeps us wondering who did it. I'm sorry to see the FBI series end.Published 21 days ago by M. Lewandowski
Catherine Coulter's FBI Thrillers are wonderful reads ... keeps me on the edge which I love.Published 2 months ago by Donna Campbell