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)
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.
The plot is nicely presented and was interesting. The writing could have used one more edit to tighten the narrative. I don't like Sandra Burr's narration- it doesn't propel the story particularly well. Too breathless perhaps. Too urgent too early.
From the beginning, it was obvious where this was going. There were no surprises. The performance was not good. I felt like I was is tending to a book written for an 80 year old woman having an 80 yr old mentality.
This book had so many flaws- awkward and poor character development, very implausible story line, and several holes in the plot. The only redeeming value was the performance.
Story was weak. Dialog was weak. I haven't read this author before but don't think I will be purchasing any more of her books.
Narrator was fine, but just didn't have a story to tell.
She reminds me of the voice of the woody woodpecker cartoons. I kept
Waiting for her to break out into that laugh that he does at the end of every episode. Unfortunately, I couldn't get into the story because the narration was so horrible. Wish I had read it instead.
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