The Cove is a quaint little postcard town made up only of old folk who sell the World's Greatest Ice Cream - a secret recipe that brings lots of tourists into town. Into The Cove comes Sally Brainerd, daughter of murdered Amory St. John of Washington, D.C., seeking sanctuary, and FBI Special... show more
The Cove is a quaint little postcard town made up only of old folk who sell the World's Greatest Ice Cream - a secret recipe that brings lots of tourists into town. 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?
Publish date: August 28th 2007
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: FBI Thriller (#1)
Coulter is a romance writer that has broken out into the mainstream; this book was found in the mystery section. Blessedly, the book lacked the romance genre's purple prose descriptions of the protagonists, but it did have a bad habit of head-hopping that by Chapter Four was seriously getting on my ...
This is the first Coulter I have read in this series, and I loved it. It was quirky, funny, scary, and a few other adjectives I can't bring to mind right now. It is quirky in that the storyline is 'out there', but that is what makes it enjoyable.There are two story lines running in tandem in the boo...
The Cove by Catherine Coulter is a wild ride. I really enjoyed it! This book has so much going on in it that it is hard to talk about it without giving away major plot points. Not only is there more than one murder, there is more than one killer. Any book that keeps you on your toes is a great b...
Probably 2.5 stars but a Lifetime movie woman-in-danger plot and some really over the top villains knock it down for me. Still the mystery itself hooked me and the second half of this book worked much better than the first. I did like some of the other FBI characters introduced at the end so I may...
This first book in the series is interesting but there are a few challenges. Most of the characters were fleshed out pretty well and there were quite a few plot twists to keep you turning the page. The pace was near perfect. What kept it from being rated a 4 was a somewhat stilted dialogue at times...