Paradox (Signed Book) (FBI Series #22)

Paradox (Signed Book) (FBI Series #22)

by Catherine Coulter

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ISBN-13: 9781982103453
Publisher: Gallery Books
Publication date: 07/31/2018
Series: FBI Thriller Series , #22
Edition description: Signed Edition
Pages: 448
Sales rank: 3,065
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.70(d)

About the Author

Catherine Coulter is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of over eighty novels, including the FBI Thriller series and the Brit in the FBI international thriller series, co-written with J.T. Ellison. Coulter lives in Sausalito, California with her ultra-talented husband and three critters, Cleo, Peyton, and Eli.

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Paradox 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Many twists and turns in the plot loved It! Justice was served!
Anonymous 8 months ago
Catherine Coulter always delivers a great book with known and new characters to enjoy. Her books have kept me enthralled from the beginning of the this series. Paradox has a new and compelling storyline all readers of crime-mystery-thrillers will enjoy! --Books4Me
Anonymous 7 months ago
I never get tired of Savich and Sherlock, Ms. Coulter always comes up with new twists and turns. Just when you think you've figured it out something else pops up.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Enjoyable readind need more
Anonymous 7 months ago
Great book ! I loved it
Anonymous 7 months ago
I love her books having read each one. Can't out them down once I start reading.
Anonymous 8 months ago
Good read. Always enjoy her books.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Love all the FBI series and the BRIT in the FBI. Great story, as always. Loved the twists and turns. Ty and Sala definitely make a good team. Wouldn’t mind another book with them, see where their journey takes them. Maybe they go their separate ways. Sala thinks his feelings for Ty can’t be real. How can they be? But, can they. Another mystery in Ty’s “backyard” could answer that. Sorry, don’t mean to write the next book. I just love these books. Have read every one of them and many other’s not in these series. Hope you have many more to come. P.S. the Tuttles still give me the creeps.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Thoroughly enjoyed this. The storyline was a little slower than some of the other ones but still a good read.?
Anonymous 4 months ago
Great read
Anonymous 5 months ago
It’s a excellent mystery,one you can hardly put down!,
GratefulGrandma 5 months ago
Another interesting, complicated book in the FBI Thriller series. One of the great things about this series is that there are two story lines going on that usually intertwine in some way. This story begins with someone trying to kill and/or kidnap Sean, Sherlock's and Savich's five year old son. As they figure out who it is from a previous case they were involved in, they become embroiled in the chase for this mentally ill suspect. The second story involves FBI agent Sala Porto, who is missing. His girlfriend has been murdered, witnessed by Police Chief Ty Christie while drinking coffee on her lakeside dock. While dredging for the body, the nets bring up bones, many bones, from the bottom of the lake. The assumption is that a serial killer has been using the lake as a personal dumping ground. Once again, there is a lot of action with some twists. It is fun trying to figure out how the characters and events will eventually fit together. There were new characters who I hope will appear in future books. This story did not end with anyone falling in love, but there was relationship building involved. There is a bit of psychic activity involved (i.e. visions, dreams and gut feelings) but it does not overwhelm the police work. The things that irked me just a bit is that the FBI agents and police are all good looking, extremely fit and well dressed; that is not what most people relate too. The other thing, as mentioned by another reviewer, is the use of the word "bespoke". By the time I read it for about the third or fourth time, I was cringing. Of course I had to look it up to see where it came from and what it meant. Overall I enjoyed this book. I always watch for this series by Catherine Coulter as I know it will be a quick, enjoyable story. I recommend this book to those who enjoy a quick crime/mystery thriller that is sure to entertain. The publisher, Simon & Schuster Canada - Gallery Books, provided me with a copy of this book to read. The rating, ideas and opinions stated are my own.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Always a great read. Full of adventure and twists in the mystery.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Good and suspencful
kare2561 6 months ago
Great story telling as always. Wonderful weaving of 2 stories at once.
kare2561 6 months ago
Great story telling as always. Wonderful weaving of 2 stories at once.
Ratgirl24 6 months ago
I love justified revenge: Four Brothers, Carrie, Taken, Remember, True Grit and my all-time favorite The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Now that is some beautifully orchestrated justified revenge! And I can’t wait for Jennifer Garner’s new movie, Peppermint. That one looks awesome! The problem is that everyone who seeks revenge thinks it’s justified. That’s what’s going on in Catherine Coulter’s latest Sherlock and Savich case, “Paradox”. The book begins with a botched kidnapping of their son Sean. While trying to figure out who could want to kidnap him and why, they are called in to assist in another case. Willicott, Maryland’s police chief witnesses a murder early one morning while gazing at the lake from her home. When local officials drag the lake for the body, they discover bones from several bodies. A subsequent search uncovers an odd clue as to whom the bodies may belong. This seemingly idyllic little town has lots of secrets and a creepy murder house to boot! Meanwhile, they discover that the kidnapper may be someone out for revenge and they must stop him before their family and others are devastated. A great read for any Sherlock and Savich fans. Coulter tackles forgiveness and mental illness in this one, too. Good story; this one has a truly satisfying ending! After all, some revenge may truly be justified! #Paradox #CatherineCoulter #NetGalley Publication Date: July 31, 2018 Genre: Thriller, Suspense, Mystery, Kidnapping, Mental Illness Cover: Perfect Rating: 5 stars Source: I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Thank you for the opportunity to read this great book!
Anonymous 7 months ago
Great book! I've really missed Savich & Sherlock! Mike & Drummond are great characters but I feel like this book brought us home to to Savich, Sherlock, their son & friends! Hope we'll be seeing more books like this one soon! A+++++
Anonymous 8 months ago
Back to my favorite characters!
Anonymous 8 months ago
Anonymous 8 months ago
Very good mystery/suspense book. The author always keeps you guessing to the end. One of those books you can't put down till the end.
Anonymous 8 months ago
I can’t wait until the next Savich and Sherlock book!!! This one didn’t disappoint. It was awesome!!!!
Anonymous 8 months ago
A huge fan of the series. Full of twists and turns and just when you think you know, you don’t know anything. Loved it!!
Anonymous 8 months ago
I couldn’t put it down it was so good.
Bookaholic-mka 8 months ago
This was my first experience reading Catherine Coulter and how lucky I am that she has written so many books for me to read. The title most certainly matches the storyline. I can’t help but wonder how an author lays out such an intricate plot. There must be a blueprint drawn up first like an architect would draw or maybe a mathematician with a long long equation. One thing about this deep and complex plot is that it is not hard to follow. This is a book you must focus on when reading because it has plenty of twists and turns but then this isn’t a cozy. It’s a complex novel of the crime fiction genre. When you read a book and immediately like the characters and the relationships between them, I think this is due to the skill of the author in defining and describing them to a point where you can get to know them. I immediately liked Savich and Sherlock. I felt the same about Ty and Sala. Well, this isn’t fair…I felt the same way about Gunney and her Godfather too. Heck, I guess I liked them all, except for the bad guys, of course. Another thing that was done well is the technique of combining two very serious, very complex crimes at the same time. This switching back and forth can often be confusing and very frustrating but somehow Coulter manages to keep her storyline weaving throughout all the time. Making you only anxious to read more about each crime and wanting to get back to it to know what is happening. Quite a feat or maybe just excellent writing. ***This book was provided to me by NetGalley and all opinions are definitely my own.