Nicola "Nick" Jones, a homeless woman and the only witness to the shooting, is scared out of her mind because she is 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.
Listen to another FBI Thriller.
©2004 Catherine Coulter; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Politics, both the Hollywood and Washington varieties, drives the seventh in a series of Coulter's fast-paced, romantic thrillers....Coulter gets better and more cinematic with each of her suspenseful FBI adventures." (Booklist)
I can listen in my car during my commute.
Listening adds to the character development.
It's actually easier to listen to than to read because of the characters. The reader doesn't do men's voice changes very well though but it didn't take away from my enjoying the story.
yes absolutely and this was one of my very favorite of her stories.
yes...All are very well done
yes but I couldn't and I did lose some sleep trying to find out what was going to happen next
90th percentile! Good performance and great story.
Relationship of characters to each other. The fact that there are reurning and continuing characters is great. I think it makes the reader feel more invested in them.
I have listened/read most of these--some more than once. This is not my favorite. Catherine Coulter writes with a style (or maybe it's the narrator ) that nearly makes the people seem like caricatures. I mean a lot of the dialogue no one would really say-esp. In times of stress and distress. That being said, I really like Sherlock and Savage so I stay with the series for their story.
The male narrator is well, annoying. I had to stop and I've stopped 3 books out of 100 for one reason or another. The story could be worth listening to if it weren't for the cartoon - like whine of that male voice and very unrealistic acting voice.
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