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FBI Agent Dillon Savich is on a challenging case involving the kidnapping of two teenage boys when trouble boils up in his personal life. His younger sister Lily has crashed her Explorer into a redwood in California's Hemlock Bay. Is it another suicide attempt, the second since the loss of her young daughter some seven months before? Savich and Sherlock discover that four of Lily's paintings, left to her by their very famous grandmother, artist Sarah Elliot, now worth millions, are at the heart of an intricate conspiracy. Lily and art broker Simon Russo are thrust into ever-widening circles of danger that radiate from a notorious collector's locked room.

Dillon and his sister Lily both have to face their worst fears to survive.

©2001 Catherine Coulter (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

What listeners say about Hemlock Bay: An FBI Thriller, Book 6

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Enjoyable!!

FBI series by Coulter. I enjoy these books. I have read them all but it has been awhile. Pretty light but always fun. Savich and Sherlock are great. It was interesting with the narrators each reading the chapters together with the man doing all male voices and the female doing all the female voices. I don't think I have heard it done that way before.

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Hemlock Bay

I love following Savitch and Sherlock on their many thrilling cases! So well written and all the characters very developed and personnel. Loved it!

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disjointed + hard to follow

I found this story very hard to keep track off, with the constant flipping back and forth between the 2 storylines. It made my head hurt!

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Great Plot - poor narration

Loved the story and plot. But that’s all that kept me listening. The male narrator was hard to listen to. Very stilted, poor cadence. The female narrator was just ok. I hope he doesn’t do any more books in this series.

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could not stop reading.

from beginning to the end the story kept you in suspence. It had twisr and turns making it very intense.

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Good book bad performance by Paul Costanzo.

Paul Costanzo voice is so bad and boring. such a shame good book. I will not listen to any of these books .

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Good all aroung

I may or may not have read this some years ago. I thought I had read all these early FBI Thriller books, but this didn't sound at all familiar to me. It was very exciting. FBI was kept hopping the entire time. There was more than one case going on. One included Savich's sister Lily. Savich has a most interesting family, well, those we have had the pleasure of meeting. Lily was fascinating anyway. I really liked the way this was narrated. Paul Costanzo and Renee Raudman did a good job. What I especially liked was Renee doing the women's parts and Paul reading the guys parts. It had a nicer flow to it. I didn't have to deal with Paul trying to do a female voice or Renee doing a guy's voice. It gave it more or a radio drama feel. Very gripping. I thought this would be a two day listen, but well, I just could not tear myself away from the story. Did it all in one go. Yep! It is currently the middle of the night. Good story. Good narration. Good job all.

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Hemlock Bay

I enjoyed the book Very much. As I have many in this series. The reading depicted each character well.

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Tense plot with some very scary moments.

sometimes the heroin is a little bit unbelievable like she has superpowers and there's a whole occult side that's I don't know what's going on but overall I like the book and there was some White knuckle moments in it

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Hemlock Bay

This book was too weird, odd and extremely disappointing. Not what I anticipated and did not like

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  • 11-30-20

NOT BAD... but

I enjoy most of her books, but the Narrators should be road tested. The woman is ok... but the guy... so lame