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With unparalleled suspense and her trademark explosive twists, #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter delves into the terrifying mind of an escaped mental patient obsessed with revenge in this next installment of her riveting FBI series. When he fails to kidnap five-year-old Sean Savich, agents Sherlock and Savich know theyre in his crosshairs and must find him before he continues with his kill list.Chief Ty Christie of Willicott, Maryland, witnesses a murder at dawn from the deck of her cottage on Lake Massey. When dragging the lake, not only do the divers find the murder victim, they also discover dozens of bones. Even more shocking is the identification of a unique belt buckle found among the bones. Working together with Chief Christie, Savich and Sherlock soon discover a frightening connection between the bones and the escaped psychopath.Paradox is a chilling mix of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, old secrets that refuse to stay buried, and ruthless greed that keep Savich ...

Title : Paradox
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ISBN : 37751667
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 448 pages
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Paradox Reviews

  • Theresa Alan

    Catherine Coulter writes fun mysteries. In this one, Police Chief Ty Christie witnesses a murder on the lake that her house is on. When the lake is swept, bones from many different bodies are found, as well as a belt buckle that will be key to solving part of the mystery of how the dead bodies got there and who killed the person Ty saw murdered.

    In this novel, just about everyone is described as good-looking, handsome, or pretty. In real life, I've never found that entire police forces and small-

  • Carol

    Best book in the FBI series in a while. So nice to have Savich and Sherlock back in the thick of things. I would’ve given this book more stars if I could’ve.

  • Bea  Charmed

    I figured out parts of it but I enjoyed the story. It kept me engaged and I cared about the characters.

  • Kathy Martin

    This story begins with someone trying to kidnap five-year-old Sean Savich. Savich and Sherlock need to figure out who he is and track him down before he tries again. They soon learn that their would-be kidnapper is a criminal with a grudge who has had encounters with both of them.

    Meanwhile, Chief Ty Christie is having her morning coffee on her deck at Lake Massey near Willicott, Maryland when she looks across the lake and sees one boater hit another over the head and dump the body into the lake.

  • Wendy

    Fast-paced and action -packed “Paradox” opens with the failed kidnapping of five-year-old Sean Savich, the son of agents Sherlock and Dillon Savich, and the murder of federal prosecutor Octavia Ryan on holiday in Willicott, Maryland. Working with Police Chief Ty Christie to uncover her murderer after discovering her lover Agent Sala Porto tied up in a closet in the Gatewood Mansion at Point Gulliver the evidence links the kidnapping and murder to an escaped mental patient.

    But as Sherlock and Dil

  • Danielle Urban

    Paradox by Catherine Coulter is a thrilling race to catch a murderer before it's too late. Two agents wake up to find their son being threatened by an unknown man in a mask. The man escapes from them. But his threat leaves behind a mass of fear and a start for a new investigation.  Little do they know his tie to a bigger and former case will be connected. Until then, they have to be faster and outsmart their enemy. 

    Catherine Coulter creates a suspenseful new tale in Paradox. Immediately, I conne

  • Bonnye Reed

    GNAB As always, Catherine Coulter brings us an intensely paced and peopled mystery that keeps you turning pages till the very end. #22 in the FBI Thrillers is as captivating as is every other one, and if you aren't reading that series, this is as good a place as any to start. Coulter series book are all stand alone pieces of an overall big picture.

    That said, Savich and Sherlock are three dimensional characters with lots of common sense and the odd special gift or two that keep them exciting. Sa

  • Monnie

    Granted, I'm semi-retired - but finish a nearly 450-word book in two days? Certainly not a normal happenin' thing, but finish it I did. Yes, the story is engrossing and I love FBI agents Sherlock and Savich (this is the 22nd installment in the series). But I'll also credit the author's uncanny way of ending each chapter at such a tantalizing point that it's almost impossible to resist the "just one more" temptation. So strong is that pull, in fact, that at one point I realized I'd read eight cha ...more