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Format: Paperback Large Print
ISBN-10: 1594134871
ISBN-13: 9781594134876
Sku: 220727512
Publish Date: 7/5/2011
Pages:  549
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Yale professor Dr. Edward Kender''s father is undergoing chemotherapy when the supply of a critical runs out. Unwilling to accept the drug company''s excuses? he hires PI Erin Pulaski to investigate Schiffer Hartwin. In Maryland? FBI agents Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich are working a baffling case involving a ghostly apparition threatening a US Senator when a call comes in: a top foreign Schiffer Hartwin employee has been murdered.


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Catherine Coulter demonstrates why she has been so popular for so long with this great FBI thriller, perfectly spiced with the supernatural and romantic. Erin Pulaski, who splits her time between private investigation and dance instruction, gets a job from a Yale professor who can no longer obtain his cancer treatment drugs. He suspects that something shady is going on and asks Erin, who is all the while fanning the flames with CT Bureau agent Bowie Richards, to investigate. Meanwhile FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock are looking into a supernatural problem plaguing a U.S. Double the couples, double the drama, double the mystery--this might just give you whiplash.Catherine Coulter demonstrates why she has been so popular for so long with this great FBI thriller, perfectly spiced with the supernatural and romantic. Erin Pulaski, who splits her time between private investigation and dance instruction, gets a job from a Yale professor who can no longer obtain his cancer treatment drugs. He suspects that something shady is going on and asks Erin, who is all the while fanning the flames with CT Bureau agent Bowie Richards, to investigate. Meanwhile FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock are looking into a supernatural problem plaguing a U.S. Double the couples, double the drama, double the mystery--this might just give you whiplash.
Author Bio
Catherine Coulter
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.
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