Large Print - 2013
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A New York Times Bestseller Dillon Savich has recruited FBI Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith, who he finds has an almost preternatural instinct for tracking criminals, to join his unit in Washington, D.C. But on his way to D.C., Hammersmith learns that his sister in Virginia has been found naked and unconscious after a wild party -- covered in someone else's blood. Was Savich right about Griffin? Will he find out who is behind this before it's too late?
Publisher: Waterville, Maine :, Thorndike Press,, 2013.
Edition: Large print edition.
ISBN: 9781410459701
Branch Call Number: LT FIC COUL
Characteristics: pages ; cm.
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Mar 05, 2014

Have read the whole series of Coulter's FBI series and just lost interest in this book. Characters just too perfect, dialogue just not believable, too predictable. Read the first 100 or so pages and struggled with the over the top did everything perfectly cast.

Jan 28, 2014

I found this book just as good as all her other FBI thrillers. I love the fact that she is introducing more new and young Agents.

Jan 22, 2014

I was disappointed with this one. Certainly no anticipation for her new series.

Nov 05, 2013

I found this one to be a little slow, but still a decent read.

Sep 11, 2013

It was a bomb alright, What a disappointment. Not up to her usual speed and excitement at all. Hope this is the last of these characters unless she improves on them ALOT.

Sep 01, 2013

I love Catherine Coulter and her FBI thrillers, but was less than thrilled with this latest book, Bomb Shell. Up until page 230, the story line(s) flipped between Agent Hammersmith and his sister Delsey in Maestro VA, over to Agents Savich and Sherlock in D.C.. I felt I was reading two totally different mysteries. Finally when Delsey was flown to D.C. to stay with Savich for protection did the two stories merge. Each story held its own and was a good read, but it just didn't work for me as well as I had anticipated. At the end of the book, Coulter gives a brief introduction to a couple characters in her new series. Does this signify the end of Savich and Sherlock? I hope not.


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