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Blow Out Book Summary and Study Guide

My mom never really suggested the series to me, and I think I know why she never read the book fully herself. At the end of the corridor there was a huge master suite, the bed made, the whole space neat as a pin. The victim was a moderate judge with no known enemies and never stirred up any controversy.

And just when he tries to convince the local sheriff of what happened, Savich and Sherlock are called back to D. There is also a side story about a ghost.

Blow Out (FBI Thriller, #9) by Catherine Coulter

It doesn’t really begin with a hook, and when I started it, I had no idea it was 9 in a series. It doesn’t blowlut sense, but it doesn’t. The man knew that and had run himself. He tried one final time. My opinion — not her best work.


While it was good, the book could have been better. Neither the mystical, nor the realistic, plot lines worked. Just tell me, where do you live? Nov 10, Laddie Tabor rated it it was amazing. He saw nothing, heard nothing. There was a ctherine fire burning in the fireplace so she couldn’t have been gone long. How can that be? Thank the good Lord she was long dead.

It will be all right. Minor characters joke about how perfect and cute they are together. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: He wondered if the man who’d made these noises had simply slipped out of one bloeout the upstairs windows.

When the killer is finally “revealed” at the end, there is no suspense whatsoever because the investigators based on absolutely no credible evidence whatsoever that I could detect had already determined who the killer was. She was sitting right where he’d left her, her hands still on her knees, still staring, this time into the fireplace.

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This man-do you know him? His cell phone all of a sudden not working and unable to call for back-up, Savich goes with the woman back to her house. Jul 30, Cathy Biggers rated it it was amazing.

Jove Lbowout 22, – Language: Do you know him? I may set it aside for months, even years, but it is always lurking somewhere ominously on a bookshelf, the bookmark still in its place, an unfinished project. View all 3 comments.


Then the same night, him and his wife are called back to Washington to help solve the murder of a Supreme Court judge. You’ve got coulrer help me! I wish she didn’t feel there had to be a romantic pairing in every book.

But someone was right above their heads. He nearly lost her as coulfer tried to jerk free, but he held her, saying, “Where’s the living room? I really enjoy the supernatural things she’s been throwing in for Savich, he definitely has some sort of affinity.

But overall the plot was good and it’s always a joy to spend time with Sherlock and Savich. Of course, it may be a long while before I attempt reading another Coulter novel again, as I am still trying to clear the sour taste of this book from my literary palate. She used her position to begin an affair with a married man and then called his wife to tell her in hopes that she’d divorce him.

This was definitely one, should have rated it one star to discourage future readers. They do find her son, in a most unusual way, and even solve her murder. Suddenly, a noise sounded overhead, a thump of sorts, solid, loud, like a man’s heavy footsteps, or perhaps a piece of furniture someone had knocked over.