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by Paul Costanzo,Renee Raudman,Catherine Coulter

ePub Split Second: An FBI Thriller download
Author:
Paul Costanzo,Renee Raudman,Catherine Coulter
ISBN13:
978-1455897926
ISBN:
1455897922
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Publisher:
Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (June 28, 2012)
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Subcategory:
Thrillers & Suspense
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1994 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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411

Let me just say if you like murder mysteries and police procedure novels, these are all really, really good.

Let me just say if you like murder mysteries and police procedure novels, these are all really, really good. The stories, though, go much deeper than just the crime fighting

Split Second: An FBI Thriller. Written by Catherine Coulter. Praise for the FBI Thriller Series I have loved this series from the beginning and each book just adds to the enjoyment.

Split Second: An FBI Thriller. Narrated by Renee Raudman and Paul Costanzo. Praise for the FBI Thriller Series. Bestseller Coulter's riveting thriller opens with a bang. Well-developed characters and an expertly paced plot that builds into a breathtaking conclusion. I have loved this series from the beginning and each book just adds to the enjoyment. josephking6602Go to josephking6602's profile. A typical end book; also a bit too complicated. Mixing up Ted Bundy's daughter and a magic ring! it was a bit too much!

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Catherine Coulter (Author), Paul Costanzo (Reader), Renee Raudman (Reader) & 0 more. Book 13 of 22 in the An FBI Thriller Series.

Three Catherine Coulter titles together for the first time in one collection Split Second A serial killer is on the loose. All of the stories were far fetched (. magic ring) and poorly written. I love thrillers but these stories lacked suspense. The readers were horrible! I listened to the entire series during a trip but it was torture.

Written by Catherine Coulter, Audiobook narrated by Renee Raudman, Paul Costanzo. By: Catherine Coulter, J. T. Ellison. Narrated by: Renee Raudman, MacLeod Andrews. Length: 12 hrs and 58 mins.

A serial killer is on the loose, and it's up to FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock to bring him down. They soon discover that the killer has blood ties to an infamous and now long-dead monster.

Narrated by Paul Costanzo. Praise for the FBI Thriller Series "Bestseller Coulter's riveting thriller opens with a bang. Narrated by Paul Costanzo, Renee Raudman. series FBI Thriller You have this audiobook. Listen to your audiobook on Apple (iOS) or Android phones and tablets.

English New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter returns with another pulse-pounding thriller featuring FBI agents Dillon.

Narrator Paul Costanzo, Narrator Renee Raudman, By (author) Catherine Coulter. A serial killer is on the loose, and it's up to FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock to bring him down.

Praise for the FBI Thriller Series “Bestseller Coulter’s riveting thriller opens with a bang. . . . Well-developed characters and an expertly paced plot that builds into a breathtaking conclusion.” —Publishers Weekly on Knockout (starred review) A serial killer is on the loose, and it’s up to FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock to bring him down. They soon discover the killer has blood ties to an infamous and now long-dead monster. Savich and Sherlock are joined by agents Lucy Carlyle and Cooper McKnight, and the chase is on. At the same time, Agent Lucy Carlyle learns from her dying father that her grandfather didn’t simply walk away from his family twenty-two years ago: he was, in fact, murdered by his wife, Lucy’s grandmother. Determined to uncover the truth, Lucy moves into her grandmother’s Chevy Chase mansion. What she finds, however, is a nightmare. Not only does she discover the truth of what happened all those years ago, but she faces a new mystery, one that has been passed down from mother to daughter for generations. As the hunt for the killer escalates, Savich realizes he’s become the killer’s focus, and perhaps the next victim. Only Lucy can stop this madness before it’s too late.
  • Guess I expected too much from Catherine Coulter. I made it through 60% of the book only because of the author's reputation and the fact that my patience has increased with age. As I turned the pages, I just kept finding myself shaking my head. The plot is forced. Relationships don't develop; they just change from one paragraph to the next for no reason. The FBI agents are more like Keystone Cops than professional crime solvers. The dialogue is clumsy and redundant. And there are so many good mysteries to read that I just couldn't waste any more time hoping that this one would miraculously get better.

  • I decided to read a book from a series that I haven’t read in a while and it honestly is like meeting up with dear friends I haven’t seen in a while. What a welcome surprise! Split Second by Catherine Coulter is actually the 15th book in the FBI series, but I read the others before I started blogging and reviewing books.

    Let me just say if you like murder mysteries and police procedure novels, these are all really, really good. They remind me so much of Criminal Minds and that is a good thing! FBI agent Dillon Savich is a computer whiz and when you add his skills in logic to the logic skills of his wife, FBI Agent Lacey Sherlock no criminal is safe.

    The stories, though, go much deeper than just the crime fighting. You get to delve into the hearts and minds of so many of the characters in Coulter’s writing. She has a way with words that pulls you in and allows you to connect with Savich and Sherlock, as well as the other agents with whom they work.

    In Split Second Savich stops a robbery in a convenience store close to his home, but something about the scene feels off to him. Meanwhile, there is a killer on the loose who meets women at bars, takes them home and then garrotes them with wire. All of this at the same time that Agent Lacy Carlyle’s father passed away, with an ominous message just before he died. Bringing all of these stories to full circle takes so much skill in writing and Coulter handles it all with the flourish that is a trademark of her writing.

    This is a great addition to this series and one that I highly recommend!

    Catherine Coulter’s FBI Series in order leading up to Split Second:

    The CoveA (1996)
    The MazeA (1997)
    The TargetB (1998)
    The EdgeB (1999)
    RiptideC (2000)
    Hemlock BayC (2001)
    Eleventh Hour (2002)
    Blindside (2003)
    Blowout (2004)
    Point Blank (2005)
    Double Take (2007)
    Tailspin (2008)
    KnockOut (2009)
    Whiplash (2010)
    Split Second (201)
    Backfire (2012)
    Bombshell (2013)
    Power Play (2014)
    Nemesis (2015)
    Insidious (2016)
    Enigma (2017)
    Omnibus Editions:

    The Beginning. 2005. (containing The Cove & The Maze)
    Double Jeopardy. 2008. (containing The Target & The Edge)
    Twice Dead. 2011. (containing Riptide & Hemlock Bay)
    Second Shot. 2014. (containing Eleventh Hour & Blindside)

    See other reviews at my blog Propensity to Discuss

  • Catherine Coulter's FBI books (including A Brit in the FBI series) are my version of crack, like Lee Child's Reacher series. They can have soppy scenes -- particularly between men and women and children -- but Coulter knows how to pace a book. There are three here: the shooting of a small businessman, the hunt for a serial killer (no spoilers! It's too neat a twist to give away), and the strange inheritance of an FBI agent. The last one weakens the book, because it involves the supernatural. It seems a weak recourse, as if Coulter's imagination has flagged. Nevertheless, I kept reading, a tribute to Coulter as a storyteller. She not only keeps three plot lines going, she interweaves them, explicitly and implicitly drawing connections among them. However, I can't get past the dumb supernatural element.

  • I have been reading Catherine Coulter's FBI thrillers for years and they never disappoint. This story is fast paced with several sub-plots on going through out. The characters are likeable and relatable, with just enough over-the-top heroism to make these stories total page turners! Also, the ending is satisfying for all, the reader and story characters. I am looking forward to the next Savich and Sherlock FBI adventure.

  • It was several years ago that I read Double Take, my first novel from Catherine Coulter' s FBI Thriller series and I have been a huge fan ever since. I was thrilled to find out how many other books there were in the series and have since wished she could write a little faster;) This is actually the second time I have read Split Second. There only two other writers whose books I will re-read and enjoy as much as I did the first time. These books have everything I love in a good book. There is always a main villain (or team of villains) who is being chased thru out the book, a few mysteries and whodunit's...some related to the original story and some not, occasionally some humor and always some romance. This may make the books sound predictable but I promise you, they are not. There are two main character s who are in every book and other characters that get introduced as main character s in one book, than occasionally pop up in other books. You will love her character s as much as her storylines. If you are already a fan, you will enjoy this book as much as you have enjoyed her others. And if you are new to Catherine Coulter and her FBI series...Congratulations! You have a whole series to choose from after you finish Split Second. Happy Reading!!!

  • The story includes an implausible sub-plot that seems unnecessary and detracts from the main storyline. The main characters did not get much development, I think because they have appeared in earlier books. Without having read the earlier books, it created a gap in the overall effectiveness of the story.

  • Recurring repeated themes as..boy meets FBI agent or vice versa...the stories are interesting, believable, and well-done! Major players are aging as we age book to book. Very few writers are able keep our interest through the years as Coulter does. I took time out from this series only to read related one of Brit in FBI..also very good! Ready now for next book!!

  • A great read with lots of action.
    The one thing I could have done without is the superfluous "ring" story.
    Seemed just stuck in and style did not match up with rest of book at all.