Double Take (FBI Series #11)

Double Take (FBI Series #11)

by Catherine Coulter

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Overview

FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock are joined by one of their own and a Virginia sheriff in an extraordinary case that immerses them in the world of psychic visions, mind benders, and communications with the dead.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781594132520
Publisher: Gale Group
Publication date: 07/15/2008
Series: FBI Thriller Series , #11
Edition description: Large Print
Pages: 543
Sales rank: 540,421
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

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, Blindside, Blowout, Point Blank, Double Take, TailSpin, KnockOut, and Whiplash. She lives in northern California.

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Double Take (FBI Series #11) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 103 reviews.
LoveSeaStories More than 1 year ago
Sometimes I enjoy fast paced thrillers, but when I want a well-thought out mystery novels then I read a book by Catherine Coulter. I have enjoyed her FBI series books with Sherlock and Dillon and in "Double Take" is was good to see Cheney and Dix make their return after appearing in Point Blank, which happens to be one of my favorites. Overall, I didn't think this was one of Ms. Coulter's best books. I had a hard time keeping track of the characters and almost got to the point of keeping a score card as to "who" was "who". For me this "family tree" of characters caused a lot frustration on my part. However, let me say that mid-way through the book the story moved along at a brisk pace giving me plenty of exciting scenes. Soon, I found myself reading page and page until I finished it. Except for a few "kinks" in the story Catherine Coulter didn't disappoint me in this terrific story. And as always I look forward to reading her next novel.
onyx95 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is a continuing story of Sheriff Dixon Noble and Agent Ruth Warnecki. Dix father in law receives an interesting call from a friend that says after three years of looking, he saw the sheriffs wife in San Francisco. Dix knows he has to find the truth before he can move on with Ruth. Judge Sherlock houses Dix and helps to connect him with women he came to see. Savich and Sherlock also end up with a case in San Francisco involving a psychics widow, Julia Ransom, who seems to have a professional assassin after her. Luckily Special Agent Cheney Stone seems to be in the right place at the right time. These two cases seem to have more than just the city in common, several of the same people are associated with both investigations, Savich and Sherlock don't think it's a coincident.The completion of the character of Dixon Noble is great to see, Ruth is lower keyed and easier to handle aslo. Julia and Cheney are so natural together, it almost takes you by surprise to see how quickly things have happened. It is easy to forget this is all suppose to have happened in about a week. As usual, Savich and Sherlock are the loving dual and the ending is a beautiful thing, for the car lover in everyone.This is definitely a series book, there are many references to other places and people, you really do need to read several of the previous books to get all of what is going on. Especially Point Blank, but there is minor references to people in Blow Out, Eleventh Hour, Hemlock Bay and The Edge.
loveseabooks on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Plenty of Exciting Scenes and more! Sometimes I enjoy fast paced thrillers, but when I want a well-thought out mystery novels then I read a book by Catherine Coulter. I have enjoyed her FBI series books with Sherlock and Dillon and in "Double Take" is was good to see Cheney and Dix make their return after appearing in Point Blank, which happens to be one of my favorites. Overall, I didn't think this was one of Ms. Coulter's best books. I had a hard time keeping track of the characters and almost got to the point of keeping a score card as to "who" was "who". For me this "family tree" of characters caused a lot frustration on my part. However, let me say that mid-way through the book the story moved along at a brisk pace giving me plenty of exciting scenes. Soon, I found myself reading page and page until I finished it. Except for a few "kinks" in the story Catherine Coulter didn't disappoint me in this terrific story. And as always I look forward to reading her next novel.
siubhank on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
When Julia Ransom is attacked while taking a stroll on San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf, an FBI agent dining nearby saves her life and finds himself drawn into her complicated world. Julia is a widow; her much older celebrity-psychic husband was recently savagely murdered. Julia herself is considered a suspect in the case. FBI agent Cheney Stone refuses to believe it. At the same time, in the small town of Maestro, Virginia, Sheriff "Dix" Noble has just started resuming a normal life after the disappearance of his wife, Christie, three years ago. Even Christie¿s father thinks she must be dead. When Dix gets a tip that Christie has been spotted in San Francisco, he heads there to check it out and winds up crossing paths with Agent Stone. With the help of Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, also FBI agents and recurring characters in Ms. Coulter¿s FBI series, the group is able to solve the mystery behind the missing Christie and the murder of August Ransom. Lots of colorful characters, including the city itself; red herrings, potential suspects; and an ultimately satisfying conclusion.
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spyderz1957 More than 1 year ago
the book is a very good read but you must read the others to know your charc. because the other books that go with the series are fantastic... I enjoy her writing and books
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I simply love this series, it's got super smart characters and the words in the book, seem to be a play I am watching. The only problem with these stories is that for me , once I begin them I have to read them all the way through.
jrw1229 More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed all oif Coulters FBI Series books. This one is no exception.
665512meb More than 1 year ago
catherine, i have just discovered your series...have read them all in the past 6 weeks...can't wait for the new one in july...thanks
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momo1CW More than 1 year ago
Excellent read! Have been reading books in this series and I love them!
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