Bombshell (FBI Series #17)

Bombshell (FBI Series #17)

by Catherine Coulter
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Bombshell 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 216 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed most of this authors books. This is no exception. Though I must say, as this edition is on my nook I would appreciate it if the publisher and Barns and Noble would please update the book so that we could see the book description. I don't know about other readers but I can remember the content but not always the title of the book I want to reread or recommend to someone else. Please fix.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found it hard to believe Catherine Coulter wrote this book. It has none of her usual writing style. There are two different stories going on and it's hard to get into one before it switches back to the other
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the second coulter nook book i purchased and both skip pages, they tell you to archive it and unarchive it but i still have issues after trying that more than once. The story jumps between two locations. Between that and skipped dialog not sure I'll finish.
665512meb More than 1 year ago
another great book...fast paced...started reading at 930am never put it down yesterday...finished by super....i love that coulter will have 2 series this year.
MCPO-Ski-USN-Ret More than 1 year ago
I finally got around to getting this book and I was not disappointed. This book is great for the followers of Sherlock and Savich. Of course it also has the inevitable pairing of two characters which we have come to expect. Catherine Coulter's books are so easy to read and they flow well that it is not hard to read it from cover to cover at one sitting if you wanted to. It was hard to put it down because you always wanted to know what would happen next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read 123 page of 346 and to be honest, this is the authors worst work. 2 stories going on with tons of characters. You finally get a grab on the story and it flips to the other. It's not anything like the rest of her work. There are to many characters and doesn't give you enough time with the one story to get into it and, BAM back to the other story. I've read all the Savich and Lacey books and they were very good, but after this one I won't be waiting for the next one due to come out later this year.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series and can hardly wait until the next installment comes out. This is another whodunit that will keep you interested until the last page. Ms Coulter....we need 6 books a year! C'mon. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I always enjoy Catherine Coulter . I think I started to read her 20 years ago. That being said , I did not enjoy this book. It didn't seem to be her writing style at all. Very disappointed , I had a hard time finishing it.
mysterygirlSC More than 1 year ago
FIRST I have to admit I am a Catherine Coulter fan and this book did not disappoint. To the reviewer who doesn't like that the main characters are "perfect" perhaps she should switch to true crimes or biographies. I enjoyed the two different story lines and had no trouble following them. The book was not like some of the crime books I read that have me on the edge of my seat but than I didn't expect it to, her books are not like that for me. I don't understand the comment about it being like a 1st grade primer! From the authors she mentioned she likes, I surmise she goes for books with more romance. I quit reading most of Linda Howard because IMHO her books have become more trashy than a good read. If you like Catherine Coulter I recommend this book. No I don't think it was her best but I enjoyed it and looking forward to her new one where they are working with the Scotland Yard.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all of Catherine Coulter's books - especially the FBI Series and have enjoyed them all. I read some of the reviews before ordering the book, with a few of the comments saying they didn't like going back and forth between two different story lines. I quite honestly did not find that to be a problem - rather the opposite - it made the book much more interesting for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am so through with Cathetine Coulter's books. She needs to drag her writing style into at least the 21st century. All of her cast of characters in every book are perfect, gorgeous, talented with parents and any offspring being the same. The computer that Savich uses is perfect, Sherlock's red hair is always mesmerizing and so are the heroine and hero in this book. The hero and his sister both drop dead beautiful blonds with perfect bodies. Her cast of characters rarely veer from the same profile in all of her Savich and Sherlock books and I have read them all. If you have to read this latest work of hers, I suggest you check it out at the library and save yourself ten bucks. The dialogue is hokey - some of the interaction justs seem to be out of the 19th century. The writing comes off as a 1st grade reading primer. Where is the compelling writing and dialogue? When you have been totally engrossed in books by S. Brockmann, JR Ward, Nora Roberts & Linda Howard to name a few, this series by Coulter just don't cut it. It may take me a while just to finish reading it and I can devour a good book in one day.
lindar172 More than 1 year ago
As always, this book kept my attention. I was amazed as how fast I get through the book. I love the way the books always bring back old players and introduces more. Can't wait for the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I do not understand why authors insist in using words that do not exist. When did "guilted" become a word? He "guilted" her... That and the dual plots made me think this was a "rush to a deadline" book.
D_McG More than 1 year ago
. . . but definitely not great. Two completely separate plot lines might as well have been separate books. The main characters were interesting, but some aspects (especially Griffin's "almost supernatural" abilities, were pretty trite. I listened to the unabridged audiobook, which brings issues of its own. In this book's case, it was a terrible Louisiana accent, and the way the audiobook brings out Ms. Coulter's limitations construction dialog. "Griffin, this is important, Griffin." "Delsey, I need to keep you safe, Delsey." Not quite that bad, but I was head-banging by the end.
jw24 More than 1 year ago
Catherine Coulter has these characters finely tuned. An excellent series for mystery buffs.
TamTam1 More than 1 year ago
Most of the FBI series has more than one story going on.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read every one of CAtherines books and this one could not have dissapointed me more! I really felt cheated. Not up to her usual standards
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Her FBI series is cohesive, but every book can stand alone.
sandymi More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the story but it was a bit hard to concentrate until the 2 cases came together. It kept going back and forth between the 2 cases
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed every one of Catherine's books. I am very excited for the new series that is coming in September
buggysmom 7 months ago
My Disclaimer: I was provided a free copy of this book by the author’s representative. I am voluntarily providing an honest review in which all opinions are fully my own. I am not being compensated in any way. ~ Judi E. Easley for Blue Cat Review My Review:✭✭✭✭⭑ It’s been quite a while since I last read one of Catherine Coulter’s FBI thrillers. I couldn’t wait to get time to fit it into my reading schedule! Finally! I had them all when I read paperbacks, but hadn’t replaced them when I switched to ebooks and for some reason haven’t kept up with them. Now there are three more after this one and a related series to read! And Ms. Coulter didn’t let me down. Savich and Sherlock are still on the job. They have invited Griffin Hammersmith to join their Washington, D.C. team after working with him on another case. He’s on his way to join them and stops to visit his sister, Delsey, at the music school she attends only to find the “Trouble Magnet” has held true to her name and gotten into more trouble. He finds Delsey recovering in the hospital after an attack and a very attractive friend, Anna, stopping by to check on her. This sets up the local case and romance which gets a bit crazy and out of hand, and not only the bad guys get hurt. But Griffin has some time to romance Delsey’s attractive friend, Anna, and discover her secrets. Meanwhile, in D.C. Savich and Sherlock have their hands full even before Delsey is sent to stay with them. They end up with three bodies and a political mess before it’s all tied up. And even Sean, their little boy, gets close to the action this time. The pacing is excellent and there’s even time for some romance. Two mysteries to solve with lots of detail and depth on both. Lots of action on both, too. The characters are great. It helps, I’m sure, to already know Savich and Sherlock and Sean. The new characters are very interesting and work in well, as usual. It’s a nice balance of serious and fun times. And there’s no hidden info for the author to pull the solution out of her hat at the end. It’s all there for you to find right along with the characters. Well, I’m back on track with the series and you’ll be seeing the reviews on the rest of it sooner or later, plus the related series. I hope you’ll check out this series and the related one if you haven’t. Or if you’re a lapsed reader as I was, get back on track. Catherine Coulter always puts out a great product and there are lots to choose from. Always highly recommended.
Anonymous 7 months ago
I don't know what I didn't care for about this one. The speech just seems mechanical.
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Anonymous 11 months ago
Typical Coulter saga. One is tempted to read each story by chapter headings so as not to be confused by jumping from one to the other. The action occurs simultaneously.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great