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by Sandra Burr,Susan Ericksen,Catherine Coulter

  • Author: Sandra Burr,Susan Ericksen,Catherine Coulter
  • ISBN: 1469241064
  • ISBN13: 978-1469241067
  • ePub: 1492 kb | FB2: 1775 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: United States
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (July 29, 2012)
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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The Beginning: The Cove, The Maze (FBI Thriller) ePub download

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by Catherine Coulter (Author), Sandra Burr (Reader), Susan Ericksen (Reader) & 0 more. Book 1 of 3 in the An FBI Thriller Boxset Series. Catherine Coulter is the author of the New York Times-bestselling FBI thrillers The Cove, The Maze, The Target, The Edge, Riptide, Hemlock Bay, Eleventh Hour, Blindside, Blowout, Point Blank, Double Take, TailSpin, KnockOut, and Whiplash. She lives in northern California.

FBI thrillers with recurring characters, most importantly Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, husband and wife . Shelve The Beginning: The Cove, The Maze. Shelve Catherine Coulter the FBI Thrillers Collection Books 11-15.

FBI thrillers with recurring characters, most importantly Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, husband and wife FBI agents and computer specialists, mostly based in San Francisco, California: Book 1. The Cove. by Catherine Coulter.

Home Catherine Coulter The Cove. Part of FBI Thriller series by Catherine Coulter. This book may not be reproduced in whole or part, by mimeograph or any other means, without permission. For information address: The Berkley Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Putnam Inc.

Written by Catherine Coulter. Narrated by Susan Ericksen. Author Catherine Coulter. Seven years after Belinda's death, Lacey, now an FBI agent, is paired up with computer whiz Dillon Savich, who has developed a predictive program to aid in the apprehension of serial killers. When the String Killer strikes again, Lacey spots his handiwork, resulting in his capture. The suspect confesses, but maintains that he did not kill Belinda. No sooner does Lacey confirm his innocence of that crime, than an attempt is made on her life.

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The Cove and The Maze, the first two thrillers in the FBI series that introduced Special Agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, are offered together for the first time in one volume. 371,17 RUB. Бесплатная доставка.

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“Catherine Coulter can always be counted on to write an exciting thriller” (BookBrowser), and now here are the first two thrillers in the FBI series—The Cove and The Maze—in one volume for the first time ever.

The CoveIn this “fast-paced” (Publishers Weekly) page-turner, the daughter of a murdered high-powered lawyer seeks sanctuary in a quaint little town, only to learn that she can’t escape her past or the FBI agent hunting her.

The Maze“full of twists and turns” (Rocky Mountain News), this cliffhanger teams Savich and Sherlock for the first time in a case that leads them back to the murder of Sherlock’s sister seven years ago—and puts both their lives on the line.

“Coulter is a one-of-a-kind author who knows how to hook her readers and keep them coming back for more.” —The Best Reviews

hardy
While looking for an FBI who-done-it kind of book, Catherine Coulters' books were rated well. I'd never read her stuff before, so I thought I'd start at the beginning with the box set. I can't say as much as I'd like, it might spoil the book for another reader. But the first 90 pages of, The Cove were quite frustrating. They had a premise and a nugget of an idea, and just kept regurgitating it over and over and over again. With considerable mention to the Ice Cream Shoppe at least 200 times.

The Maze seemed to follow the same footprint as, The Cove. The main characters playing the roles of FBI agents, combines the physical & computer prowess of Dillion Savich. He's coupled with a rookie female agent named, Sherlock. Their close encounters almost mirror those of our protagonists from, The Cove. I kept thinking while reading, The Maze- "I sure wish one of these agents would put a couple of these clues together." Some other characters that get some play end up having absolutely nothing to do with the plot or diluted subplot. Also kept thinking, "I've got to finish this book to get onto something else."
Truthcliff
This is a reprint of the first two books in the FBI series as a combined volume. It introduces FBI Special Agents who continue in the series. It is always best to read a series form the beginning.

The first of the two novels, "The Cove," introduces a woman on the run, having escaped from confinement at a mental hospital. Sometimes it is out of the frying pan and into the fire. She makes some mistakes in assuming whom she can trust, and acquires some new allies. There is more than one crime being committed, and her actions turn over some rocks.

The second of the two novels, "The Maze," introduces a young women who has trained herself for years to be an FBI Profiler in order to track down a serial killer. She becomes involved in more than one case, and risks her life to try to solve the original case that has consumed her for the past seven years. There are some surprises, and the case turns up unexpected information.

The stories are well written, but the first novels of a series are often not the author's best. I do wish authors would use prologues to set the scenes for their stories. The author does use epilogues to wrap things up.
Tar
I like Catherine Coulter's FBI series, but had never read the first books in it, so it was kind of fun to see how it all started. However, I think the series has gotten better over the years. I thought "The Maze" was pretty good, but "The Cove" (which I was predisposed to like because of the setting) was a little lame.
Questanthr
This tale is the beginning of the FBI series of agents Savich and Sherlock before they married. It is told on my Kindle from Amazon in a very interesting fashion and I really enjoyed it. I have read many of the FBI series by Coulter who is an excellent author. I believe you will enjoy this as much as I did.
Preve
Canterine Coulter's "The Beginning" is the first in her "FBI SERIES". I have read several other books in the series and was very glad to have found the beginning since it introduces some main characters that appear in the subsequent stories.

If you like ice cream, the story contains a very good ice cream parlour - which, of course, plays an important part in the book. The town in which the action occurs seems to be a quiet, slow-paced old fashioned town. It even has a couple old geezers sitting around on main street playing checkers. The townspeople are very proud of their town and keep it in top-flight condition. Nice place to live... if you can...

The story is complete with a girl in hiding, a dead father who is terriorizing her with phone calls and personal appearances, an elderly matron whose nose is into everything (and who is trying to play match-maker for another character), and an occassional freshly dead body, and an investigator who is certainly not what he claims to be!

The plot was, perhaps, a little off the wall asking the readers to believe that a whole.... well, I shan't spoil it for you. You just need to read it.

Nothing is as it seems...
Zodama
The first book, THE COVE was bad. And what made it even worse was the narrator.
Try to get the people that read the Baldacci and Daniel Silva books to do the readings.
The MAZE(the second book) is SO much better. I just started this one.
I like Coulters' books. Can't believe that the COVE is one of hers.
interactive man
This is when this law enforcement team is made. First one couple then the next. It's before the "spidey" comes into play but there are hints of what's to come. Savich and Sherlock are such a great team and this tells how they became a team. Their 3rd partner Connor meets and marries Sally in the first book. Great background and great stories!
The Maze is one of my favorite stories in this series. The first book, "The Cove", was a little odd to me the first time I read it. I think it is Coulter's style of writing. I was used to it with her historical but too me a bit to translate it into a contemporary romance.
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