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Hardcover eleventh hour (ELEVENTH HOUR an FBI thriller)LARGE PRINT Book

ISBN: 0739427733

ISBN13: 9780739427736

eleventh hour (ELEVENTH HOUR an FBI thriller)LARGE PRINT

(Book #7 in the FBI Thriller Series)

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When Father Michael Joseph is viciously murdered in his San Francisco church, his identical twin brother, FBI agent Dane Carver, along with husband-and-wife agents Savich and Sherlock, is determined to find the monster responsible. There is a witness, a homeless woman whose identity is an enigma. When Nicola "Nick" Jones comes forward, Dane finds himself in the unlikely role of bodyguard: she just might be next on the killer's list. But which killer's...

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Eleventh Hour

Well known characters abound in this continuance of the Savich and Sherlock saga; however, this time they are really in supporting roles with a couple of new and interesting people carrying the main plot. The story is well told with some switch-back sequences playing a pivotal role to make everything reasonable and logical. Parts are somewhat predictable but the path they take is interesting enough to have me wanting to read faster and not put the book down. It is simply a good read - I really enjoyed it.

It is dangerous to be voyeur to a murder. . .

. From page one this book takes you on a wild ride with a strong cast of believable characters. Imagine you are Nick, and in a church waiting to speak to the priest. Fortunately, you are in a dark corner because as you sit there a man enters the church for the confessional. You knew someone was to confess, it was the reason you waited to speak to the priest. There is a loud popping sound, the man exits the confessional and his eyes study the darkened church. Does he see you? After he leaves, you discover he has killed the man you waited to see. Thus the story begins. The FBI enters the picture as Agent Dane Carver must come to bury his identical twin. As the story develops, Special Agents Savich and Sherlock, two of the best and most delightful FBI agents join Carver in the hunt for a serial killer. They find Nick, the only eye witness to any of the murders then discover she possibly has a killer searching for her already. Shockingly, it is discovered that this murder is identical to the one being shown on a new TV series; the killer followed the script. The agents and Nick, whom they are protecting, follow the trail . . . welcome to Hollywood. I could not put the book down. It was the first Coulter book I've read. Now I have read many and am always looking for more. A good solid author is not easy to find. Enjoy this 5 star story and the characters, and remember, never be a voyeur to a murder!

ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS BOOK

FBI special Agent Dane Carver flies to San Francisco to find out what the police know about the killing of his identical twin. While there he meets the witness Nick Jones, a woman posing as a homeless person because she fears somebody is trying to kill her. FBI agents Savitch and Sherlock play a key role in the ELEVENTH HOUR. You will find this book to be exciting, enthralling and totally mesmerizing.

Enjoyable, fast read

This book will appeal more to readers who treasure ongoing characters and like to get emotionally involved with them. If you're the kind of reader who cannot wait for the next book so that you can see what's happening in their lives, then this one is for you. You'll catch up a bit with Savich and Sherlock and be introduced to a new pair of interesting characters.Those who like complex plotting might not give 5 stars, but they won't be left out, either. There are two ongoing plots here, both of which come to satisfying conclusions. This is a great book for a long flight or a rainy weekend.

Two for the Price of One

This is a fast moving, well plotted story with two two interrelated mysteries to solve.Father Michael Carver is murdered in his confessional in S.F. and the only witness is Nick Jones, a homeless woman on the run and with a desire to keep her past a secret. Father Michael's twin brother Dane,an FBI agent, of course devasted by the news of his brother's death,immediately rushes to SF from DC and unofficially joins the murder investigation being conducted by the local police.Dillon and Sherlock Savich, Dane's FBI compatriots, soon become involved when evidence of a serial killer develops.(While this is the first book by Coulter that I have read, it is clear that these are characters who have previously appeared in her series of FBI mysteries and readers of those books may be glad to become reacquainted with them.) This is not an FBI procedural, but rather an action story (potential TV movie) with multiple plot twists and a plethora of suspects.The ingenious device of the murders mimicing a recent TV series adds further complications to the police investigation, as does the unknown relationship of the current events to Nick's past. And, as could be guessed, romance also manages to blossom as Dane and Nick become attracted to each other as they try to stay alive and solve the mysteries they both confront. I was one for two, as I was kept guessing until the conclusion as to Father Michael's killer but did unravel the clues regarding Nick's real opponent.This had the advantage of being a fast read but still having a complicated plot and good character development. I definitely plan to read another one of the series both for enjoyment and in order see whether the author is simply a formulaic writer or sufficiently varies her stories to keep my interest.
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