The Target by Catherine Coulter (‘FBI’ series Book #3)


Format: Mass Market Paperbound - Published: January 11, 2002 - 400 Pages - ISBN: 0515125628 - Published By: Berkley


The Target

by Catherine Coulter

‘FBI’ series Book #3

Dear Reader:

You’re about to enter a labyrinth where the unthinkable happens and the unimaginable becomes terrifyingly real.

Escaping unwanted media attention after a notorious incident, Ramsey Hunt retreats into the solitude of a cabin high in the Colorado Rockies. But his isolation is shattered when he rescues a small girl unconscious in the forest and strangers invade his private meadow, their intent to kill.

Molly Santera, the little girl’s mother, catches up with Ramsey and her daugher, mistaking him for the kidnapper. When she discovers that he instead saved Emma, there’s little time for thanks. The men pursuing want them badly.

Savich and Sherlock (The Maze) as well as MAX, the transvestite laptop, return to assis. Ramsey and Molly, facing constant danger, unravel the clues and ultimately discover why they’re at the center of the target.

The Target will keep you on the edge of your seat. You might believe you’re the best at solving mysteries, but not this time. I’ll surprise you at the end, count on it. Enjoy!

Review: This one caught me by surprise, let me tell you. The climax was perfect for this book; I hadn’t seen how it would turn out from a mile away. I’d just assumed the cops would catch the ‘bad guy’ and it would be over, but this went beyond my imagination. The main characters felt very passionate to me, and I’d have reacted like Molly had every step of the way. I really like how Coulter seems to throw in the reality into the imagination of the entire story. Perfect, in every way.



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