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Catherine Coulter

Catherine Coulter
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Books by Catherine Coulter


Whiplash (2010)

Very much enjoyed "Whiplash," my first Catherine Coulter book, and I so appreciate being able to jump in right in the middle of a series and still understand what's going on. This book appealed to me because of its plotline involving a sudden shortage of a much-needed chemotherapy drug. Loved the...

Whiplash (2010) by Catherine Coulter

Backfire (2012)

Back Fire is an FBI Thriller by Catherine Coulter. She takes her FBI duo, Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich, from Washington, DC to San Francisco to help a friend. The plot thickens and twists as they try to locate a killer. This book is one of my favorite ones about the FBI. Judge Ramsey Hunt...

Backfire (2012) by Catherine Coulter

Lost Key, The (2014)

The first day on the job with the FBI and Nicholas Drummond and Mike Caine are sent to investigate a mugging that occurred on Federal property. While there, someone recognizes the mugger standing in the crowd and the agents begin a chase that ends in death to him due to a hidden toxic poison pell...

Lost Key, The (2014) by Catherine Coulter

Prince of Ravenscar (2011)

weak ending but I enjoyed the read Terrible, plot was confusing and uninteresting. Couldn't get into it enough to even read half

Prince of Ravenscar (2011) by Catherine Coulter

The Prince of Ravenscar (2012)

Walked past this book in the library.I am so glad I picked it up.I was surprised to find this a new tale in the Sherbrooke series. I had finished the series a couple of years back and was sad to have it end. I am so glad that I was wrong.Ms. Coulter's characters are a riot. In this story the sill...

The Prince of Ravenscar (2012) by Catherine Coulter

Born To Be Wild (2006)

I absolutely love Catherine Coulter...but I was somewhat disappointed with Born to be Wild. The story starts with an attempted murder, or so it seems. Because there was one credible witness and the target was a famous soap opera star, it becomes a high priority case. The thing is, there isn't muc...

Born To Be Wild (2006) by Catherine Coulter

The Heiress Bride (1993)

baca novel ini aq ngakak abis2an dengan tingkah2 para kakak beradik sherbrooke termasuk pasangan2 mereka.novel ini dari skala 1 - 10 kukasih 9.8 dehbuku ke 3 ini bercerita ttg Joan Sherbrooke or yang lebih dikenal dengan nama sinjun.usia sinjun sudah menginjak usia untuk menikah.sang ibu sudah ng...

The Heiress Bride (1993) by Catherine Coulter

The Scottish Bride (2001)

kali ini bercerita ttg Tysen Sherbrooke, is a dour vicar and a widower with three children who arrives in Scotland after inheriting a barony and a castle.kedatangan tysen tidak begitu disambut dengan tangan terbuka oleh warganya mengingat tysen adl orang inggris apalagi bangsawan yg terkenal "tid...

The Scottish Bride (2001) by Catherine Coulter

Point Blank (2007)

I have a little time between deadlines now so I dug into the latest bag of books a friend gave me and pulled out this Catherine Coulter paperback. It's one of her FBI thrillers so I knew I would enjoy it. Her star characters, FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, are married now and have...

Point Blank (2007) by Catherine Coulter

Lord Harry (2003)

The whole gender-bender plotlines are one of my favorites but also one of the most difficult for an author to pull off. In this story, Henrietta Rolland aka Lord Harry Monlieth, is on a mission to avenge her brother's death from the man she believes is responsible for engineering the plot that p...

Lord Harry (2003) by Catherine Coulter

The Edge (2000)

First off, I liked this book. It wasn't boring. It was more than fluff, less than hard-boiled. I'd recommend it. The reason that I'm saying this up front is that there were a few issues I had with the writing, but they weren't major enough to affect my rating. I found it really, REALLY obvio...

The Edge (2000) by Catherine Coulter

The Target (1999)

REVIEW OF AUDIO & EBOOK; FEBRUARY 6, 2015Narrator: Sharon WilliamsThe Narrator: Williams wasn't as good as Ericksen, who narrated the previous book, The Maze. Her voice for the little girl, Emma, was not very good. Emma sounded like a teen rather than a 6 year-old girl.The Story: I always try to ...

The Target (1999) by Catherine Coulter

Afterglow (2006)

When David and Chelsea first meet, a hook up via their best friends, they despise one another, but that tension soon blossoms into something else--attraction. Had I realized that this book was originally published in 1987 and contained all the slang and references to technology that go along with...

Afterglow (2006) by Catherine Coulter

Double Take (2007)

Double Take - FBI Thriller #11 - Savich and Sherlock - (Julia Ransom and Sheney Stone [also Dixon and Ruth]) - Several plots going on - Dixon is looking for his wife. Cheney is rescuing Julia from death and from the Psychic world (as she is the widow of a psychic). It's been more than six months ...

Double Take (2007) by Catherine Coulter

The Valentine Legacy (1996)

My only problem with this book is it took James so long to tell Jessie that he loves her. I think his love for Jessie goes way back from the beginning where they were both competitors in the horse-racing business. This is the typical story where the girl likes the guy but the only way she knows h...

The Valentine Legacy (1996) by Catherine Coulter

The Maze (1998)

This review is in reference to the audio book version.The Maze started out so well that I actually began to look forward to reading/listening to the other FBI books that Catherine Coulter has written. However, in part due to the narrator's sometimes sing-song voice, the prose began to grate on me...

The Maze (1998) by Catherine Coulter

Pendragon (2001)

3.5*This very much reminded me of Julie Garwood's style, especially where the ditzy heroine was concerned, but less sweet and with a couple of darker edges in some points of the plot. I know I have been complaining a bit, but I actually liked it and I would have liked it more had the heroine been...

Pendragon (2001) by Catherine Coulter

Blind Side (2015)

Sam Kettering is six years old, and hes been kidnapped. He escapes through a bedroom window when his kidnappers are arguing. He runs as fast as his little legs will carry him. He emerges from a wooded area right into the arms of sheriff Katie Benedict and her five year year old daughter Keely. K...

Blind Side (2015) by Catherine Coulter

Wild Star (2002)

If this book weren't a romance, here's what would happen: Our protagonist Byrony learns to stand up to and leave behind all the people who try to control her, including her stepfather, ex-husband and dark lover Brent. But as this is a romance, she must stay with Brent no matter what - sigh. Once ...

Wild Star (2002) by Catherine Coulter

Devil's Daughter (1985)

Enthralling Sequel to DEVIL’S EMBRACE!Set in 1803 in the Mediterranean, this is the sequel to DEVIL'S EMBRACE (to which I also gave 5 stars), and tells the story of Adam and Arabella Welles, the children of Cassie and Anthony Welles. Equally intense and equally well written as DEVIL'S EMBRACE, th...

Devil's Daughter (1985) by Catherine Coulter

The Nightingale Legacy (1995)

2 1/2 stars. The only real problem I had with this book was the dialog. Nothing seemed to flow naturally at all, and it really ruined the book for me. I liked the main characters a lot, and most of the secondary characters - although North's staff got a little overboard a lot, and no employer wou...

The Nightingale Legacy (1995) by Catherine Coulter

Blow Out (2005)

My opinion - not her best work.Savich, Sherlock and their son, Sean, are spending some family time at a cabin in the Poconos. On his way back from the market, Savich’s SUV blows a tire. Just as he’s done changing it, a woman comes running out of nowhere, not suitably dressed for the weather, scre...

Blow Out (2005) by Catherine Coulter

The Wyndham Legacy (1994)

Normally I love Catherine Coulter novels but this book was horrible. (view spoiler)[I have major problems with the relationship between Marcus and the Duchess. In at least two scenes, there is non consensual sex between the couple. It is NOT romantic when the Duchess says, "No" and tells Marcus t...

The Wyndham Legacy (1994) by Catherine Coulter

The Sherbrooke Bride (1992)

I reviewed this book for my blog www.bookworm2bookworm.wordpress.comA couple of months ago I've read "The Valcourt Heiress" by CC, and my disappointment was so profound, that I gave that book a very scathing review, which brought forth a very lively discussion on Amazon, as well as with some of m...

The Sherbrooke Bride (1992) by Catherine Coulter

The Penwyth Curse (2002)

Honestly don't know if I'll make it through this one...I'm listening to it on audio during my commute to work, and the main character is really grating on my nerves. I've never really been into the plot where two characters hate each other and then fall in love...and Sir Bishop is a real ass, so...

The Penwyth Curse (2002) by Catherine Coulter

Rosehaven (1997)

This is a historical romance of the bodice ripper variety. It's pretty epically bad. I'd say something, but my brains leaked out of my ears due to all the "man's body" and the "flaccid man's rod hiding in the thick bush," so I'm probably going to have to wait on anything resembling coherent.---Al...

Rosehaven (1997) by Catherine Coulter

Season of the Sun (2002)

What a ridiculous book. This is the second Catherine Coulter book I've picked up and it is the only one of her books I actually managed to finish (just barely).I honestly don't know how is it possible that this woman is a considered to be a successful romance author. Her writing style gives me a ...

Season of the Sun (2002) by Catherine Coulter

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