Catherine Coulter THE FBI THRILLERS COLLECTION Books 1 5

“I have just finished your novel Riptide. It's the first novel of yours I've read. . . . I enjoyed it so much that I could hardly put it down. I am a history and science teacher and actually found myself reading at school after I got my ...

Catherine Coulter THE FBI THRILLERS COLLECTION Books 1 5

The first five FBI Thrillers from #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter. THE COVE In this "fast-paced" (Publishers Weekly) page-turner, the daughter of a murdered high-powered lawyer seeks sanctuary in a quaint little town, only to learn she can't escape her past—or FBI Special Agent Dillon Savich. THE MAZE FBI Special Agent Dillon Savich teams up with new agent Lacey Sherlock in a case that leads them back to the murder of Sherlock's sister seven years ago—and put both their lives on the line. THE TARGET FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock are faced with the case of an abducted child. But is the girl's kidnapper really her savior? THE EDGE An FBI agent's sister disappears after an attempted suicide. When Savich and Sherlock join the search, they discover a startling connection to a puzzling murder. RIPTIDE FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock must protect a young political speechwriter who has received threats against her life. But they could never guess that the danger is already close to his prey—and about to strike.

Riptide

Receiving a letter that threatens the governor and damages her own reputation, political speechwriter Jessie Matlock finds herself on her own when the police refuse to believe her and declare her a suspect instead. 350,000 first printing.

Riptide

Receiving a letter that threatens the governor and damages her own reputation, political speechwriter Jessie Matlock finds herself on her own when the police refuse to believe her and declare her a suspect instead. 350,000 first printing.

Twice Dead

For the first time: the FBI thrillers Riptide and Hemlock Bay together in one volume. Catherine Coulter's FBI series "twists at every turn" (San Diego Union-Tribune).

Twice Dead

For the first time: the FBI thrillers Riptide and Hemlock Bay together in one volume. Catherine Coulter's FBI series "twists at every turn" (San Diego Union-Tribune). In two of her most gripping books-Riptide and Hemlock Bay- FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock face dangerous threats in both their professional and personal lives. In Riptide, trouble follows an intrepid reporter to the quiet coastal Maine community, and Savich and Sherlock must face down a KGB agent to find the truth. In Hemlock Bay, the two travel to Maryland to take down the satanic child-killing Tuttle twins.

Sequels

Catherine Coulter does write contemporary novels, among which are the novels in the FBi Suspense Thriller Series. ... 5. Riptide (Putnam, 2000) Becca Matlock, political speechwriter, is working on the reelection campaign of the governor ...

Sequels

A guide to series fiction lists popular series, identifies novels by character, and offers guidance on the order in which to read unnumbered series.

The Cabinet of Curiosities

In one of NPR's 100 Best Thrillers Ever, FBI agent Pendergast discovers thirty-six murdered bodies in a New York City charnel house . . . and now, more than a century later, a killer strikes again.

The Cabinet of Curiosities

In an ancient tunnel underneath New York City a charnel house is discovered. Inside are thirty-six bodies--all murdered and mutilated more than a century ago. While FBI agent Pendergast investigates the old crimes, identical killings start to terrorize the city. The nightmare has begun. Again.

The Scorpion s Tail

From #1 bestselling authors Preston & Child comes a thrilling novel following archaeologist Nora Kelly and FBI Agent Corrie Swanson as they work together to solve a twisted crime that reaches far beyond any of their worst fears.

The Scorpion s Tail

#1 bestselling authors Preston & Child return with the latest book in the new series featuring archaeologist Nora Kelly and FBI Agent Corrie Swanson. Following the acclaimed debut of OLD BONES, this second "happily anticipated" new thriller in Preston & Child's series features Nora Kelly, archaeologist at the Santa Fe Archeological Institute, and rookie FBI Agent Corrie Swanson, as they team up to solve a mystery that quickly escalates into nightmare (Booklist). A mummified corpse, over half a century old, is found in the cellar of an abandoned building in a remote New Mexico ghost town. Corrie is assigned what seems to her a throwaway case: to ID the body and determine cause of death. She brings archaeologist Nora Kelly to excavate the body and lend her expertise to the investigation, and together they uncover something unexpected and shocking: the deceased apparently died in agony, in a fetal position, skin coming off in sheets, with a rictus of horror frozen on his face. Hidden on the corpse lies a 16th century Spanish gold cross of immense value. When they at last identify the body -- and the bizarre cause of death -- Corrie and Nora open a door into a terrifying, secret world of ancient treasure and modern obsession: a world centered on arguably the most defining, frightening, and transformative moment in American history.

FaceOff

An unprecedented collective features pairings by 23 best-selling and critically acclaimed suspense writers, who in short high-action stories pit their most popular characters against one another.

FaceOff

An unprecedented collective features pairings by 23 best-selling and critically acclaimed suspense writers, who in short high-action stories pit their most popular characters against one another.

Books Magazine

Crime buffs will relish this third psychological crime novel from an author who is steadily gaining the sales to ... ( Chatto & Windus , $ 10.99 0 701 16979 6 ) Riptide Catherine Coulter Becca Matlock , a senior speechwriter for New ...

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The New Yorker

“ WALL - E ” blends two kinds of science fiction — the postapocalyptic disaster movie and the dystopian fantasy ... The former F.B.I. agents are called in to validate the ability of a psychic ( a good Billy Connolly ) to track down a ...

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