Search Results: "Catherine Coulter"


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THE HEIRESS BRIDE by Catherine Coulter
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 5, 1993

"Silly and cheerful."
Last blast of passion and splashy action in Coulter's "Bride" trilogy (the paperback The Sherbrooke Bride and The Hellion Bride) featuring the good works of a 16th-century ghost (who's picked up a partner) to help out a new bride with her Scots bridegroom, a castle, and assorted nasty beings. Read full book review >

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ELEVENTH HOUR by Catherine Coulter
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 22, 2002

Following Hemlock (2001), the seventh in Coulter's FBI thrillers, which she seemingly bangs out as effortlessly as she did her 37 historical romances that rang bells on the Times's bestseller list. Read full book review >

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FALSE PRETENSES by Catherine Coulter
Released: Oct. 28, 1988

"For those who can buy that there's life on Wall Street after the concert stage, and who like guys with lines like this: 'I want your body, lady.'"
Coulter's first hard-cover: a grade-B business soap about a concert pianist turned CEO. Read full book review >

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THE WYNDHAM LEGACY by Catherine Coulter
Released: Jan. 1, 1994

"A quick circulator."
For Coulter's sizable following (The Heiress Bride, etc. etc.): a blast-off for a new Regency trilogy involving romance and a trace of mystery. Read full book review >

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BLINDSIDE by Catherine Coulter
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 1, 2003

"And so it goes in Coulter land (Eleventh Hour, 2002, etc.)."
Everybody's favorite fantasy: dead math teachers. Read full book review >

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ROSEHAVEN by Catherine Coulter
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 16, 1996

"Standard bawdy fare, Coulter-style, though the violence may offend the growing number of romance readers who are dissatisfied with rape in any form."
To her usual successful mix of romance, humor, and spicy sex talk (think Wife of Bath with a pinch of dominatrix), the author of the Legacy trilogy (The Valentine Legacy, 1995, etc.) adds a rather substantial leavening of Disney-esque animal characters to a story set in 1277 England. Read full book review >

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THE EDGE by Catherine Coulter
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 2, 1999

"Far from rich characters, though the main story (shades of The Lady Vanishes) will keep the pages turning. (Author tour)"
After writing some 45 historical romances, Coulter recently decided to try another genre. Read full book review >

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RIPTIDE by Catherine Coulter
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 10, 2000

"Well paced but undistinguished."
Regency novelist Coulter moved to suspense a few years back and now offers her fifth thriller (after The Edge, 1999, etc.). Read full book review >

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THE MAZE by Catherine Coulter
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 1, 1997

"Overall, not Coulter's finest."
Popular historical romancer Coulter (Rosehaven, 1996, etc.) takes on serial killers, the FBI, and a wholly implausible cast in her latest venture. Read full book review >

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POWER PLAY by Catherine Coulter
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 8, 2014

"But the result, however action-packed, is less thrilling than her best."
Elite Washingtonians are bedeviled by scandals and murder attempts.   Natalie Black's fiance, George McCallum, Viscount Lockenby, was killed in a car accident that the British tabloids are intimating was suicide after Natalie supposedly threw him over. Read full book review >

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THE FINAL CUT by Catherine Coulter
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 17, 2013

"Coulter and Ellison have created a new son of Bond licensed to shine in future thrillers. Genre fans will find the action nonstop."
The FBI and Scotland Yard combine forces to recover a famous jewel. Read full book review >

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THE NIGHTINGALE LEGACY by Catherine Coulter
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 28, 1994

"It's generally Coulter's successful mix: Along with comic names like Goonbell, there's a persistent, titillating sordidness."
From big-selling Coulter, spicy historical romance mixed with a jarring note of sadomasochistic sexual violence. Read full book review >