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"The highly anticipated twenty-first FBI thriller by #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter presents Agents Savich and Sherlock with two baffling mysteries. Working with Agent Cam Wittier (Insidious) and New York-based former Special Forces agent Jack Cabot, they must race against the clock to catch an international criminal and solve the enigma of the man called John Doe. When Agent Dillon Savich saves Kara Moody from a seemingly crazy man, he doesn't realize he will soon be facing a scientist who wants to live forever and is using "John Doe" to help him. But when the scientist, Lister Maddox, loses him, he ups the stakes and targets another to take his experiments to the next level. It's a race against time literally as Savich and Sherlock rush to stop him and save both present and future victims of his experiments. In the meantime, Cam Wittier and Jack Cabot must track a violent criminal through the Daniel Boone National Forest. When he escapes through a daring rescue, the agents have to find out who set his escape in motion and how it all ties into the murder of Mia Prevost, the girlfriend of the president's Chief of Staff's only son, Saxton Hainny."-- Provided by publisher.

Other Items In This Series

Lowell, Elizabeth, 1944- — Elizabeth Lowell shares Catherine Coulter's expertise at sensuous Historical Romances and contemporary Romantic Suspense. Her lush Historicals include family secrets, intrigue, and sizzling romance. Her contemporary tales share the fast pacing, strong characterizations, and suspense that characterize Coulter's contemporary Romantic Suspense. -- Ellen Guerci
Robards, Karen — Karen Robards also writes novels of Suspense set in both contemporary and historical periods. Like Coulter, Robards crafts tales that generate a growing sense of urgency and danger, where the reader can't be sure the hero or heroine is really safe until the very end of the book. -- Krista Biggs
McNaught, Judith — Catherine Coulter and Judith McNaught both began by writing humorous, sensual, linked Historical Romances, and later turned to Contemporary Romantic Suspense. Although McNaught places more emphasis on the emotions than on the action in both historical and contemporary titles, her novels are still likely to please Coulter readers. -- Victoria Caplinger
Johnson, Susan, 1939- — Susan Johnson and Catherine Coulter pen historical and contemporary romance. Steamy, sensual, and adventure-filled, their work features strong female heroines and brutally handsome heroes fighting social convention, their innermost desires, and, at times, some very dangerous criminals. -- Mike Nilsson
Mason, Connie — Connie Mason and Catherine Coulter write steamy historical romances set anywhere from medieval Scandinavia to Regency England. Featuring strong, beautiful heroines and virile, determined heroes, their work is fast-paced, atmospheric, and dramatic. -- Mike Nilsson
Camp, Candace — Candace Camp and Catherine Coulter specialize in Regency romances with a fast pace and engaging characters. Although Camp is generally more upbeat and Coulter includes more humor, both writers feature steamy, suspenseful stories. -- Mike Nilsson
Joyce, Brenda — If you enjoy fast-paced, sensual historical romance, then Brenda Joyce and Catherine Coulter are worth checking out. Setting their steamy tales anywhere from Baltimore, London, or the Irish coast, both feature beautiful, fierce heroines and tall, well-built heroes. -- Mike Nilsson
Cartland, Barbara, 1902-2000 — Barbara Cartland and Catherine Coulter both are wildly bestselling historical romance writers. Cartland sets much of her work in nineteenth century England, concentrating on the nobility and their penchant for high drama sans sex. Coulter's work has a broader historical and geographical range; she's also steamier and more humorous. -- Mike Nilsson
Martin, Kat — Kat Martin and Catherine Coulter have perfected the romantic suspense novel. Featuring strong, beautiful heroines and strong, handsome heroes, their work is fast-paced and steamy. Though Martin is atmospheric and Coulter is funnier and richly detailed, both keep readers on their toes with compelling crime-oriented subplots. -- Mike Nilsson
Dickey, Eric Jerome — These authors' works are Steamy, Suspenseful, and Plot-driven, and they share: the genre 'Thrillers and suspense' and the subject 'Men/women relations'.
Bradford, Barbara Taylor, 1933- — These authors' works are Steamy, Suspenseful, and Character-driven, and they share: the genres 'Thrillers and suspense' and 'Romantic suspense' and the subject 'Men/women relations'.
Quick, Amanda — These authors' works are Steamy, Suspenseful, and Fast-paced, and they share: the genres 'Historical romances' and 'Regency romances' and the subject 'Men/women relations'.

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★★★★☆ wow

By Patron168520 on Sat, 07 Oct 2017 00:26:22

I haven't read this author for a while. A number of baffling mysteries which all come together in a satisfying ending. It raises ethical issues about human experimentation. An excellent addition to this series.

★★★★★ Enigma

By Patricia Greene Gayden Patron143039 on Mon, 25 Sep 2017 20:30:18

Riveting! Catherine Coulter has a winner with this one, which holds your undivided attention. An unmarried mother, an unconscious (previously unknown) father, a kidnapping and ethical concerns combine to GRAB the reader. Truly a creative plot.

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