Into The Cove comes Sally Brainerd, daughter of murdered Amory St. John, of Washington, D.C., seeking sanctuary, and FBI Special Agent James Quinlan, who's undercover and after her. He's got a murder to solve, and he believes she's the key. But is she really?
Listen to another FBI Thriller.
©2006 Catherine Coulter; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"A truly suspenseful romance." (Amazon.com)
"Fast-paced, solidly structured." (Publishers Weekly)
Reading allows me to travel through time; to visit the world's unique and stunning places. To become somebody I am not... It is glorious.
The story was predictable and boring. The characters were bland and unlikeable. Nothing about it prompted me to look for the next book in the series.
The performance was adequate, but even that didn't intrique me.
A total re-write and a new narrator who at least knows when to pause for effect!
Very amateurish - I had hoped it would get better as the story went along - but no - IT GOT WORSE!
Did not pause for effect and had little inflection.
Quirky, entertaining, funny
This is the first of the author's FBI series and it's a great opener. This is sort of "Psycho" without the mummified mother at the end.
The reader kept my interest and dramatized the story without making her reading a play.
When I first read this story, I didn't like it and didn't thibk it lived up to the second book in the FBI Series, but this second reading brought the story more to life and I appreciated it much much more.
The story itself was enough to keep me listening, but just barely. The writing was horrible, and the narration almost unbearable. I'm thankful to be finished with it, and won't read another in the series.
The plot started out okay but as it kept going it felt like five books smashed together to be one insane book. You just can't have that many insane things happening in one book and still have it be believable. Also the dialogue is horrific. Ugh. I know this is the first in the series and I'm willing to believe the rest of the series is better but this book was hilariously bad.
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