|?A good storyteller?Coulter always keeps the pace brisk? (Fort Worth Star-Telegram) in her suspenseful FBI series. Now you can delve into two early cases in the careers of Savich and Sherlock ? a pair of professionals whose passion for justice binds them together as never before?The Target ? Coulter ?keeps readers guessing? (Booklist) as a little girl is pursued by men who prove as relentless as their motives are baffling. And FBI agents Savich and Sherlock must unravel the clues?The Edge ? In this ?fast-paced thriller? (People), an FBI agent''s sister disappears after what looks to be an attempted suicide. When Savich and Sherlock join the search, they discover a startling connection to a puzzling murder ? and they put their lives on the line to uncover the truth This terrific thriller will drag you into its chilling web of terror and not let go until the last paragraph?A ripping good read.? ? The San Francisco Examiner|
Catherine Coulter graduated from Boston College with a master's degree in 19th-century European history. She first began writing romances after convincing herself that she could come up with something better than what was currently being published. While living in New York in 1978, she published her first novel with some help in plotting out the story from her physician husband. Since then she has gone on to write mostly Regency romances, many of them in the trilogy format she believes allows her to follow her character's lives more completely. Her first major best-seller, "Moonspun Magic" (1988), was the third installation in the Magic Trilogy and the first of a long string of popular best-sellers. In 1988 Coulter decided to take on the suspense thriller genre with "False Pretenses." Her subsequent suspense novels, "The Cove," "The Maze," "The Target," and "The Edge", were instant best-sellers. Coulter's hobbies include traveling, skiing, and reading.