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TailSpin (FBI Series #12)

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Secrets?

FBI Special Agents Savich and Sherlock never disappoint. In this installment of Catherine Coulter¿s book TailSpin the agents solve two cases. A psychiatrist to the politicos and the rich and famous develops frontal lobe dementia and it causes him to tell the secrets of ...
FBI Special Agents Savich and Sherlock never disappoint. In this installment of Catherine Coulter¿s book TailSpin the agents solve two cases. A psychiatrist to the politicos and the rich and famous develops frontal lobe dementia and it causes him to tell the secrets of his patients secrets that can destroy careers and bring down powerful political families. Who¿s out to kill the good Doctor MacLean? While Agents Savich and Sherlock work to solve this case, Rachel Abbott meets the father she¿d never known. He welcomes her with open arms and changes his Will to reflect she¿s his daughter. She¿s only has him for six weeks before he¿s murdered but who did it and why? A murder attempt is made on Rachel Abbott to keep her quiet about a secret her father is about to divulge or is it about the secret? Though this is a typical mystery and you guess who the bad guys are within the first few chapters, the way the tail is spinned keeps you entranced.

posted by Anonymous on August 30, 2008

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

What's happened to her?

I'm actually thinking of not getting her books anymore. It really feels like her writing has become very amateurish. I used to love getting her books but now I feel like it's a machine putting these books out. No substance, too many characters insipid dialogue. Cath...
I'm actually thinking of not getting her books anymore. It really feels like her writing has become very amateurish. I used to love getting her books but now I feel like it's a machine putting these books out. No substance, too many characters insipid dialogue. Catherine! Where be ye????

posted by Anonymous on August 26, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2012

    Moonshine

    Ok..
    Moonshine

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2012

    just ok

    now as good as as somr of the others I raead

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  • Posted February 12, 2011

    It's ok.

    Quite frankly, the beginning was spectacular. I was so excited when I read the excerpt. However, the rest of the book could use its title as the description. Because that's what the plot started to do. Unfortunately, the ending wasn't some sort of huge ball of flame, but rather just a tiny fizzle, like on a fire cracker that smokes but doesn't go off.

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  • Posted October 4, 2009

    Great Author, great book

    Really good story line, kept me at the edge of my seat for most of the story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2009

    Formulaic writing

    Ms. Coulter's FBI series has become stagnant and formulaic. While I have enjoyed previous novels in the series, I felt very little anticipation or drama as I was reading the latest adventures of Sherlock and other members of this squad of agents.

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    Plots-Lots of Plots

    Tailspin is a pleasant enough read full of many characters who don't all get threshed out so well. Several plotlines run through the book, and a new one is added at the end that is just a little to convenient. But I read it, and I enjoyed it well enough.

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