by Catherine Coulter
‘FBI’ series Book #7
When Father Michael Joseph is viciously murdered in his San Francisco church, his identical twin brother, FBI agent Dane Carver, along with husband-and-wife team, Savich and Sherlock, is determined to find the monster responsible. There is a witness, a homeless woman whose identity is a mystery. When “Nick” Jones comes forward, Dane finds himself the unlikely role of bodyguard; she just might be next on the killer’s list.
But which killer’s list?
It seems Nick Jones is running from her own nightmare. In a cat-and-mouse chase that runs from the streets of San Francisco to the television studios of Los Angeles, where a brand-new show is found to have a curious connection to the murders, Dane Carver, Savich and Sherlock are in a race against time to find the madman responsible – but it’s already the eleventh hour.
Eleventh Hour is the seventh book in the FBI series, can you believe that? Savich and Sherlock are in top form, and Agent Dane Carver is smart, ruthless, determined. As for Nick Jones, you’ll have to read the book to find out exactly who she is.
Review: Not particularly impressed. Sure, Coulter does great when casting the scenery, but I wasn’t intrigued like I was with the first three novels. Savich and Sherlock are just as great as always, but the other characters aren’t the greatest. Sure, Dane and Nick were better than the other books I found lacking, but not by much. I didn’t feel the static between the two that should have been there. It’s almost as if the ‘bad buys’ are the best parts of the book! And for me, that’s just not right! It’s the main characters, Dane and Nick, that are supposed to be the best part, and I found it lacking. I felt something, but I couldn’t place that something – it wasn’t enough! So, I think I may just lay off of the series for a little bit and come back to it.