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by Joyce Bean,Paul Costanzo,Catherine Coulter


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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. Series: FBI Thriller (Book 12).

24 primary works, 38 total works. 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. The Cove is a quaint little postcard town made u. ore.

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Also by Catherine Coulter. No part of this book may be reproduced, scanned, or distributed in any printed or electronic form without permission

Also by Catherine Coulter. Double jeopardy (2008): The Target and The Edge. The beginning (2006): The Cove and The Maze. No part of this book may be reproduced, scanned, or distributed in any printed or electronic form without permission. For information, address: The Berkley Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Group (USA) Inc.

by Catherine Coulter. Narrated by Joyce Bean, Paul Costanzo.

Narrated by Joyce Bean. FBI Special Agent Jackson Crowne is flying renowned psychiatrist Dr. Timothy MacLean back to Washington, . to protect him and discover. series FBI Thriller You have this audiobook. Listen to your audiobook on Apple (iOS) or Android phones and tablets.

Written by Catherine Coulter, Audiobook narrated by Joyce Bean, Paul Costanzo. KnockOut: An FBI Thriller, Book 13. By: Catherine Coulter. Narrated by: Paul Costanzo, Renee Raudman. Length: 12 hrs and 10 mins.

TailSpin (FBI Thriller). Paul Costanzo gives voice to the male characters, providing clear distinction between the players. He portrays Agent Savich with a take-charge voice and a hint of subtle sensuality. Joyce Bean provides each of the female characters, including Agent Sherlock, with a uniqueness that is almost impossible for a sole narrator to achieve. Sherlock has a confident voice, and Rachael, the senator's illegitimate daughter, has lilting Southern tones that highlight the resilience beneath her quiet demeanor.

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FBI Special Agent Jackson Crowne is flying renowned psychiatrist Dr. Timothy MacLean back to Washington, D.C., to protect him and discover who’s trying to kill him. But they don’t make it. That same morning, agents Savich and Sherlock are told about Agent Crowne’s Mayday sent from deep in the Appalachian mountains near Parlow, Kentucky. Within thirty minutes, Savich and Sherlock are aboard an FBI helicopter, headed for Parlow. Agent Crowne barely manages to bring his Cessna down in the narrow Cudlow Valley and haul the unconscious Dr. MacLean from the burning wreckage before it explodes. Their crash is witnessed by Rachael Abbott, a young woman who has just narrowly escaped drowning by assailants who drugged her, tied her to a cement block, and threw her into Black Rock Lake. When Savich and Sherlock arrive in Parlow, they discover Jack is down but not out, that Rachael saved his and Dr. MacLean’s lives, and that she’s hiding something big. To add to the complexity of the situation, Dr. MacLean has been diagnosed with frontal lobe dementia, a pernicious disease that makes the victim say whatever comes to mind with no regard to consequences. With a patient list of Washington’s elite movers and shakers, MacLean has almost certainly compromised doctor-patient confidentiality, and one of his patients, they presume, is out to shut him up. But which one, and why?

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Very Old Chap
I have read the entire FBI series and eagerly awaited Tailspin. As usual Savitch and Sherlock were superb and the storyline was good. However, I thought the story drug in places and for some reason I couldn't get into Rachael's character. There were no surprises to me. I early on figured on who was after Rachael and I also guessed early on what some indicate as a surprise at the end. I liked Jackson's character but Rachael at times seemed sort of smart mouth and you had the idea she didn't need the FBI; like she was going to take on any of the bad guys. At one point Jackson is concerned about her carrying a gun and she tells him to shut up-she can probably shoot better than him. Well he was in some special forces and then FBI and that was unlikely as was her getting out of the water after she had been tied up and a cement block tied to her. Okay it's fiction and though I rolled my eyes, I'll buy that for the sake of the story. She bothered me more when she was so sarcastic.

I got a little bored with all the conversations over the same thing. There is one whole chapter with Rachael walking around Jackson's apartment describing the walls, the floors, the decor and going through everything again. I found myself skimming some of the book and in fact put it down several times which I seldom do with one of the FBI series. IT seemed like it would flow along and then drag for awhile. It's not bad and there have been others in the series I have liked better than others. IF there is a 13th book in the series I would no doubt read it. I like Savitch and Sherlock enough to keep reading.

I appreciate the fact that CC doesn't have a lot of profanity in her books and explicit sexual situations. This series is not really romance but more thrillers. The only really sexual scene was between Savich and Sherlock which was kind of cute actually.

Though this wasn't my favorite of the series, it still had its moments and if you've read the rest of the series you will want to read this one.
Arashigore
They are back ! Our favorite FBI agents Savich and Sherlock unraveling a complicated mystery that has more puzzles than a puzzle book at Wal Mart :) Get ready for this dynamic duo to dodge murder attempts, conspiracies, complicated plots and more to keep you reading this one throughout the night.

Dr. Timothy MacLean is a well renowned psychologist in the midst of very powerful people within the boundaries of the law and outside of the boundaries of the law. Dr. MacLean is diagnosed with frontal lobe dementia and starts leaking confidential information about his patients and the trouble ensues. People want him quiet and dead.

FBI Special Agent Jack Crowne is assigned to fly Dr. MacLean to a safe location when in fight a bomb takes the plane down in remote Parlow, Kentucky. Surprisingly, Rachael Abbott witness' the plane crashing and is surprised that the two men are actually alive. She has her own new situation to figure out but put its on the back burner to help out the plane crash victim. Oh yes ...there is more !
Hra
As usual, CC has another winner in her FBI series. The characters come alive and entertain us with new and fascinating adventures. Of course, Savich and Sherlock are still the main events... they are still my personal favorites,but I enjoy the new teams that become part of the family.
Blacknight
Enjoyed reading TailSpin very much. The characters are always balanced between solving the crime and getting along well with each other. And in the end, someone always falls in love.
Wiliniett
All the ingredients for nail-biting suspense are included in this book: an intrepid heroine trying to "get out of town" sees a small plane in trouble while on the run, and after saving the two victims of the crash, is forced to become involved in the circumstances surrounding the crash. Turnabout's fair play and our favorite FBI agents, Savich and Sherlock, then become involved in her case and help her solve her father's murder and strange attempts on her own life. Action scenes are so vivid the reader is reminded of the shootout at the OK Corral, and can't help rooting for the good guys to once again prevail. A bit of romance helps to keep it spicy! Very enjoyable; another plum for the author in her FBI series.
Cogelv
Exciting page turner to where I could not put the book down. Spent my weekend until I was finished with this book. Was very sad the doctor took his own life but understand with his disease he wanted to protect his patients. He knew there would be no cure for dementia, not in his life time. I suspected Jack and Rachel would end up together so I was glad to read at the end they were engaged. I am looking forward to reading more from this author!
Asyasya
I always enjoy C Coulters books. The characters of Dillon and Sherlock are consistent, but the other characters in each book are always different and support the main characters to a tee. Also the different locations add to the experience of the book. Keep cranking them out,,,,,please.
Another really good FBI Thriller. Not all about Savich & Sherlock but the new characters were really interesting and the story kept me riveted until the end.
TailSpin (FBI Thriller) download epub
United States
Author: Joyce Bean,Paul Costanzo,Catherine Coulter
ISBN: 1593557299
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (June 24, 2008)