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)
Cheesy romance novel vaguely disguised as a mystery. I'm really surprised this lady has sold so many books. This was my first listen/read of Coulter and will be my last.
Another author would have made this book better!
I have never written an audible review but had to for this book. This was the most horrible
ANother fine example of how CAtherine Coulter can grab you on page one and not let you up for air till the last chapter. Suspence., humor, disgust, anger and. thrilling are just a few words to describe this storey. Its a fun ride from start to finish and the narration was an excellent asset.
Yawn. It is as if this were Coulter's first book! The narration like nails on a chalkboard, especially Sally. Author tried to portray her as a tough character but the voice is that of a helpless little girl. The story isn't bad but dragged on and on. If I heard the word "Sanitarium" one more time I was going commit myself into one! Skip this one.
I could not put it down. I am looking forward to other thrillers by this author......Net Lark
Reformed Tom Boy
Someone with a small vocabulary.
The dialogue was boring and not believable. For example, a seasoned FBI agent threatens a member of a biker gang by saying, "I'll flatten you!" It sounds like my grandma is writing the dialogue for the characters. I keep waiting for the murder suspect "Oh golly, I am in a pickle!"
Honestly, none of them were relatable enough to care about them. I stopped listening a third of the way through because my mind kept wandering.
I can't evaluate overall or the story since I couldn't make it through the second chapter with the narrator. I listen to many audiobooks and I"ve never heard anyone so bad. It makes me mad to have spent the money.
The story was fun, but farfetched. Clunky dialogue made worse by the terrible narration. The male voices, in particular, were horrible (nasal, pitched, grating). Almost "returned" the book but didn't since I did listen to entire thing.
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.
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