Catherine Coulter / Apr 05, 2020
Bombshell FBI Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith last seen in Backfire has been recruited by Dillon Savich to join his unit in Washington D C Savich sees something special in Hammersmith an almost preternatu
  • Title: Bombshell
  • Author: Catherine Coulter
  • ISBN: 9780399157332
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Hardcover
  • FBI Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith, last seen in Backfire, has been recruited by Dillon Savich to join his unit in Washington, D.C Savich sees something special in Hammersmith, an almost preternatural instinct for tracking criminals While on his way to D.C Hammersmith plans to visit his sister, Delsey, a student at Stanislaus School of Music in Maestro, Virginia BeFBI Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith, last seen in Backfire, has been recruited by Dillon Savich to join his unit in Washington, D.C Savich sees something special in Hammersmith, an almost preternatural instinct for tracking criminals While on his way to D.C Hammersmith plans to visit his sister, Delsey, a student at Stanislaus School of Music in Maestro, Virginia Before he arrives, he gets a phone call that Delsey was found naked, unconscious, and covered with blood after a wild party The blood isn t hers so who does it belong to Meanwhile, back in D.C Savich and Sherlock have their hands full when the grandson of former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank is found murdered, every bone in his body broken, and frozen at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial Was Savich right is Griffin gifted with a unique ability to see how criminals think And will he figure out who was behind the attempt on Delsey s life before it s too late
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    1. Catherine Coulter always writes a well paced crime thriller This book, like others in the series, features two separate mysteries that teams of detectives are working to solve In one, an FBI agent s sister returned home from a party only to be attacked in her apartment Untangling what s really going on in her small college music town turns out to be quite a mess In the other mystery, a body is found at the Lincoln Memorial with no clues about the killer Coulter s pacing and storytelling is alway [...]

    2. Bombshell by Catherine Coulter had the feeling of a very amateurish novel by an author who is still seeking her voice With characters like Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith and his chiseled body and tight jeans, this book came dangerously close to being supermarket checkout lane drivel But thankfully, it never had any sexy times if you know what I mean and it tried very hard to imitate the writings of Tom Clancy But seriously, Griffin Hammersmith Why not have a Brock HardAbs or a Dirk ManPecks T [...]

    3. Bombshell is an overall disappointment because Catherine Coulter s writing is usually sophisticated This book reads like C.C for simpletons Character chemistry is one of her signature writing strengths, and there s zero chemistry between Griffin and his supposed love interest More shocking is the fact that there s zero chemistry between Sherlock and Savich even a few Sean exchanges don t resurrect the engaging family dynamic from previous books.All the characters are wooden, one dimensional pro [...]

    4. This was a marginal read at best It felt like Ms Coulter was writing in her sleep Or maybe playing with cardboard figures that she would move around on a table as the scene changed 1 star for writing plot.1 star for character development interaction emotional attachment.1 star for the way the whole thing just felt disjointed to me.And 2 stars because I soldiered on and finished the whole thing even though it was a struggle The best part that I didn t directly spend any hard earned cash on the bo [...]

    5. I have read all the books in Catherine Coulter s FBI series and I love her writing and her characters Bombshell started out a bit slow for me but it sure picked up quickly Once again we are thrown in the middle of two separate cases Both interesting and intense.Married FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacy Sherlock, find themselves in the middle of the murder of a young boy, twenty year old Tommy Cronin who is found dead and displayed in the Lincoln Memorial It is learned that Tommy s grandfather wa [...]

    6. 4.5 StarsBombshell is one of the better in Catherine Coulter s FBI Thriller Series Bombshell centers around 2 main cases one in Washington, D.C the other in Maestro VA Griffin Hammersmith is on his way to D.C to join Dillon Savitch e elite FBI team He has a special talent Hammersmith stops in Mestro to visit his sister, Delsey whom is a student at at Stanislaus School of Music Delsey Freestone is also her family s Trouble Magnet And trouble finds her quickly After a night of drinking at a party [...]

    7. Really enjoyed this book from the first page to the last Lots of twists, turns, a ton of characters to keep straight, one or two I didn t see that coming , stuff that blows up and some very terrible characters and sub characters and some misleading despicable characters.Savich and Sherlock have such a good rhythm, along with Dix and Noble and now Griffith and Anna glad I read the other books not The Cove mind you.I small intro for her next series she has written it with J.T Ellison looks good.2 [...]

    8. Blea.Trite, tired, and with names only a deranged Hollywood screenwriter would think are clever Hammercock I mean Hammersmith Really Sherlock God Shoot me now It gets a solid 2 because its still better than the Tax Code and it did two things that I appreciated 1 it did not have a sex scene between the ruggedly handsome Hammercock.Smith and the beautiful but tough undercover DEA agent Mr Southern stereotype even though the two demonstrated the appropriate level of fake attraction that again only [...]

    9. I almost gave up on this one I usually like the FBI series but this one Not so much No chemistry between the characters, story lines were far fetched, and I thought Sherlock and Savich come off as pompous you know whats Disappointed.

    10. Just couldn t get into this book but attribute that to the voice actress on the audio version I think the hard copy version would have held my interest better.

    11. 9 8 13 on first read Entertaining, but you ll need to check your common sense at the door This is one of Coulter s most ludicrously plotted books, and hers are always out there, so take it for me, this one s extreme Some major problems For high powered law enforcement professionals, these people seem to think actual investigation is done by sitting around telling each other how hot they are, as well as by coincidences, and by every single character being connected with all the others You know ri [...]

    12. SPOILERS 4 1 2 starsCatherine Coulter is one of my all time favorite authors Her FBI books featuring Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich are almost all on my all time favorite book list I really liked Bomb Shell The only reason I didn t give it a 5 is because I have such high expectations for Ms Coulter In Bomb Shell there are 2 different plots taking place in two different locations with a couple of characters connecting the story lines The main plot happens in Maestro, Virginia FBI Special Agent [...]

    13. Bomb shell is the 17th book in Catherine Coulter s FBI thriller series I would suggest reading The Cove, and The Maze, the first two books in this series before you read this one Dillon Savich, and Lacey Sherlock drew me right into this series in the book The Maze The FBI couple is featured in each of the books I also look forward to see what dangerous situations the couple will face together In each book there is other agents that work well together, action, a touch of romance for all of you ro [...]

    14. Another great Savage and Sherlock mystery What I like most about Catherine Coulter s FBI mysteries is that the her main characters throughout the series, Savage and Sherlock, are not the only main characters In Bombshell FBI agent Griffen Hammersmith is traveling from California to Washington to become a part of Savage s FBI team He gets a call stating that his sister has been attacked in Maestro, VA He goes to Maestro and a complicated case evolves that could have its roots in an overseas gang [...]

    15. BOMB SHELL by Catherine CoulterDelsey is studying at the Stanislaus Music School in Maestro, Virginia Her best friend is Anna Elliot Hayman is the director of the school while his twin brother, Salazar, is a visiting professor Delsey s brother, Griffin, F.B.I is notified that Delsey is found in her apartment with a head injury and has been taken to the hospital Delsey recalls seeing a dead man in her bathtub just before she is attacked.The frozen body of a young man is found at the base of the L [...]

    16. I won this print from and agreed to give it an honest review This is my first time reviewing Ms Coulter and I hope to review many FBI Agent Griffin Hammersmith was recruited by Dillon Savich to join his unit in Washington as he saw something special in him Griffin had plans to visit his sister who is a student at Stanislaus School of Music in Maestro, Virginia, but before he can get there he gets a call that Delsey had been attacked and is in the hospital Delsey has always been a trouble magnet [...]

    17. The novel contains two plot lines that have the main characters intersecting but never together The first plot involves FBI Agent Griffin Hammersmith On his way to his new assignment in Washington, D.C he finds that his sister is involved in a murder and assault As this plot evolves, we find DEA undercover operatives and several murders The second plot involves FBI Agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock involved in a murder investigation when the grandson of a former FED chairman is found murde [...]

    18. I guess I am in the minority, but I was disappointed with this book First of all, I am turned off when all of the main people a book are beautiful, talented, perfect Are there no other traits that can be described It just seems to shallow My other main problem with this book was the misuse of technology A major clue is an image posted on YouTube Wait, what Images are not posted on YouTube Are you telling me none of the proof readers caught that It isn t even as if this is new technology Every ti [...]

    19. Only my second read of hers but did not think this was a great book I read the one prior, and was familiar with the FBI characters Savich, Sherlock, and Griffin Hammersmith Two stories at one time which connected only by a thin thread Story line was not very interesting I hope her previous novels are better Why is she a best seller

    20. I have to say this was one of her better books in the series The two story lines were intriguing in their own right I did quite like the set up for her soon to be other series with JT Ellison about an American born British inspector Will be reading that book as well.

    21. My Disclaimer I was provided a free copy of this book by the author s representative I am voluntarily providing an honest review in which all opinions are fully my own I am not being compensated in any way Judi E Easley for Blue Cat ReviewMy Review It s been quite a while since I last read one of Catherine Coulter s FBI thrillers I couldn t wait to get time to fit it into my reading schedule Finally I had them all when I read paperbacks, but hadn t replaced them when I switched to ebooks and for [...]

    22. The pace of this book was just a little slow Not nearly as interesting as the previous books in the series However, I look forward to the next book in the series to see if Catherine picks up the pace again With so many books in the series, we can t expect her to be on her game for every book One of the reasons that this book was a little slower was the fact that there was not as much interaction between characters as far as excitement There was a lot conversation between characters This seemed [...]

    23. It has been awhile since I read a book in the series, but I am glad I picked this one up Sherlock and Savich are busy solving a murder in Washington DC while newcomer Agent Hammersmith is busy trying to figure out who attacked his sister and why in Maestro Virgina Both storylines moved along at a good pace without losing the necessary details of the two investigations It was a bit difficult keeping track of the numerous characters in the two stories, but I think that was because I was listening [...]

    24. This series used to be awesome Read The Cove, The Maze my personal favorite They are fantastic Now, it is just candy You really should not eat it up, but you do and then feel guilty later The writing is eye rolling ridiculous, but I can t help myself All these characters are described as hot and the commentary is always an adjective in reference to how fine and sexy these FBI DEA agents are I already know when I am in a reading hump, I will pick up the next one in the series.d gain 5 pounds.

    25. Still a good readbutGood as always.ough some lag momentsbut all in all a good read.ere were some unclear points especially in solving the crimesuld be expected since their were 2 crimesy have spread too thin.

    26. FBI and DEA agents work together to bring down a drug organization We see a lot of Ruth and Dix FBI agent Hammersmith falls in love with DEA agent Anna But Sherlock and Savich are involved in a murder investigation of a young boy which keeps them busy Interesting read.

    27. It Is All ThereYes, Savitch and Sherlock do it again Unfortunately, too many young people for along the way Stanislaus College is once again the epicenter of major crimes Finally, love blossoms in the law enforcement arena.

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