Eleventh Hour

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Penguin, 2003 - Fiction - 347 pages
24 Reviews

When FBI agent Dane Carver's twin brother, Father Michael Joseph, is brutally murdered in his San Francisco church, husband-and-wife agents Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich take a personal interest in the investigation. Then Nicola "Nick" Jones, a homeless woman and the only witness to the shooting, is scared out of her mind because she's trying to hide from her own monsters-who are drawing closer and closer.

The chase goes from San Francisco to the Premiere Studios in Los Angeles and its new television hit, a show all about murder.

 

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Review: Eleventh Hour (FBI Thriller #7)

User Review  - Rebecca Becker - Goodreads

This was my second attempt at a Coulter novel (my daughter reminded me I had tried her before and commented on how bad it was, so she tried reading it and couldn't get through it either). This time, I ... Read full review

Review: Eleventh Hour (FBI Thriller #7)

User Review  - Amber - Goodreads

Meh...I was really disappointed with this book. I've read Catherine Coulter books before, but it's been a while. Because of that, I'm not sure if her writing is always this lackluster or if I've just ... Read full review

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Catherine Coulter was born on December 26, 1942 in Cameron County, Texas. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas and a Masters degree in early 19th century European history from Boston College. Her first novel, The Autumn Countess, was published in 1978. Before becoming a full-time writer in 1982, she worked on Wall Street as a speech writer. Since then she has written over 65 books including The Aristocrat, Afterglow, False Pretenses, Impulse, and Born to Be Wild. She also writes the FBI Thriller series and numerous historical romance trilogies including the Song, Star, Magic, Night, Bride, Viking, and Legacy Trilogies. Her title's The Final Cut, Power Play, The Lost Key and Nemesis made The New York Times Best Seller List.

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