Hemlock Bay (An FBI Thriller) [Catherine Coulter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. FBI Agent Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock must. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. FBI agents Dillon and Lacey Sherlock Savich Hemlock Bay (An FBI Thriller Book 6) – Kindle edition by Catherine Coulter. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Catherine Coulter is the author of the New York Times-bestselling FBI thrillers The Cove, The Maze, The Target, The Edge, Riptide, Hemlock Bay, Eleventh Hour.
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Do you want me to try for a synopsis here, or should I just cut right to my complaints? Maybe I should just list the problems since the plot was so screwy anyway.
As Savich waits for his team to move in, he witnesses the Tuttles call on the Ghouls, dual spinning tornadoes of light that apparently are the entities responsible for the carnage. Just as the crime scene wraps up, Savich gets a call: Savich and his wife Sherlock you heard me correctlywho is also a Special Agent and who hemllock in the field with her cou,ter, fly to Eureka, California.
Lily lives in nearby Hemlock Bay. She started life as Tammy, but when she gets horny, in order to justify her lust for women, she turns into Timmy. Hdmlock fact, and the Ghouls, should have earned this fiction book a paranormal label, but I guess the author was trying for a little X-Files thing here. Savich and Sherlock did I mention how much I hated this name? Oh, and Savich has a laptop computer.
Me, I call my laptop, uh, my laptop. When I first encountered this, my give-me-a-break factor hit a high.
The plot itself might not have been all that bad except for the ridiculous characterizations, bland writing, and complete disregard for logic. And hmelock of the child, the first mention of him is made thus: I had no idea they had a child until that sentence popped up. She was in an accident where she was severely injured her car ploughed head-on into a giant redwood if her airbag inflated, the book does not mention it.
Her spleen had to be removed. However, within six days, our Lily is home from the hospital with only some discomfort.
In a hurry, she runs to the bus stop where she hops on board, is accosted by a knife-wielding murderer, and, using the self-defense techniques her Fed brother taught her, beats this guy up and puts him in the hospital.
She thinks she might have pulled a stitch in the process! To say I was stunned when I read this is an understatement. We find out that Beth inadvertenly saw some incriminating emails and seemed stressed afterward.
However, since this child was barely six years of age and not yet in kindergartenif she saw them, the likelihood she would have read and understood them is remote unless they said something like: The killers want to murder Mommy. Spot is barking at the killers. Are the majority of artworks on display fakes? I have no way of knowing. But I have been to Amsterdam.
I have been to the Rijksmuseum.
The book trudges on. Would somebody kill Lily for those paintings? The villain wants something from her that borders on medieval melodrama. Pardon me while I laugh my socks off. Loose ends in this book are not tied off.
What ultimately happened to Tennyson? What happened to the Frasiers? What happened to Marilyn Warluski and the Ghouls? The ending of this book is abrupt and unsatisfying, the characters behave stupidly, their dialogue is trite.
Judging from the ending, a sequel is most definitely in the works, but you will not see hemllock standing in line to read it. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Marianne Stillings Review Date: July 9, Publication Date: Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment.