Hemlock Bay FBI Agent Dillon Savich is on a challenging case involving the kidnapping of two teenage boys when trouble boils up in his personal life His younger sister Lily has crashed her Explorer into a redw

  • Title: Hemlock Bay
  • Author: Catherine Coulter
  • ISBN: 9780515133301
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • FBI Agent Dillon Savich is on a challenging case involving the kidnapping of two teenage boys, when trouble boils up in his personal life His younger sister, Lily, has crashed her Explorer into a redwood in California s Hemlock Bay Is it another suicide attempt, the second since the loss of her young daughter some seven months before Savich and his wife and fellow agentFBI Agent Dillon Savich is on a challenging case involving the kidnapping of two teenage boys, when trouble boils up in his personal life His younger sister, Lily, has crashed her Explorer into a redwood in California s Hemlock Bay Is it another suicide attempt, the second since the loss of her young daughter some seven months before Savich and his wife and fellow agent, Lacey Sherlock, discover that four of Lily s paintings left to her by their very famous grandmother, artist Sarah Elliott, and now worth millions are at the heart of an intricate conspiracy Lily and art broker Simon Russo are thrust into ever widening circles of danger that radiate from a notorious collector s locked room.Dillon Savich and his sister, Lily, both have to face their worst fears to survive.

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      Catherine Coulter Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Hemlock Bay book, this is one of the most wanted Catherine Coulter author readers around the world.

    535 thoughts on “Hemlock Bay”

    1. Somebody snap me out of my coma. The overall story line was promising but the interaction between the characters was very weird. I wondered if they were just page fillers. I could not wait to finish it and only did so because I wanted to know how it ended.

    2. This book was really dreadful. I thought it was so bad, in fact, that I almost gave it two stars simply because after a while I sort of enjoyed mocking it.There was precisely one element of this book I enjoyed. For some reason I thought it was sweet and appealing whenever Lily would describe her cartoon character No Wrinkles Remus. I liked her in those moments.The rest of this book drove me crazy. The dialogue was the worst part. It was awful. And, yes, I think it is particularly difficult to wr [...]

    3. It took me two weeks to read this book, and unfortunately I did not enjoy it. I did like my first foray into Catherine Coulter's work (The Cove), but this one just didn't grab me. The characters felt flat and most of them seemed to have the same voice and personality. There were also some problems that should have been caught by an editor but weren't: at one point Sherlock is talking to her husband Dillon's sister and says something about "Dillon's mother" doing something. Why didn't she say "yo [...]

    4. This was my fourth foray into Coulter’s FBI series featuring Savich & Sherlock, and unfortunately, my least favorite of them all. In this book, we follow two basic storylines; First, the story begins with Agent Savage rescuing two boys who are about to be dismembered by the Warlocks, a sibling pair of serial killers, by killing Tommy and shooting Timmy – only to find out that “Timmy” is really “Tammy”, a sort of mystic, who uses “ghouls” to dismember and kill her victims. On [...]

    5. Very disappointed with this effort from Ms. Coulter. While I have mostly enjoyed the "FBI Thriller" series, I have accepted that often times the writing is silly, the characters one dimensional and the situations somewhat absurd. That's ok, I read it for entertainment and more often than not, she delivers. This one I could really only get through because I already have a vested interest in the series. had this been the first book, I would not have continued. The majority of the writing itself wa [...]

    6. The best of Savich & Sherlock here, however, there is a bit of the ???!!!Outer Limits/Twilight Zone!!!??? here as well. Did not expect that interlude but whatever, a suspenseful, gritty, sexy read which frankly, I just really got into this onegway here "I Am So Into You' by the Atlanta Rhythm Section' back in the day. Gotta love Savich's sister Lily, tough as nails yet fragile still, would love to know her better and in person as well. A peril of twisted, seriously psychotic individuals, jus [...]

    7. I expected this would be a romance novel but it was more a whodunit. Not bad---if you can believe a woman who had a splenectomy (along with other injuries) got out of the hospital after a few days and within a couple of weeks managed to take down a couple of really bad dudes with her martial arts skills, fall in love after swearing off men, and fly to Sweden to nab the head bad guy. But whenever she got in a car everyone was solicitous about putting a pillow between her stomach and the seatbelt. [...]

    8. Riptide and this book are strange. The main character is subjected to many awful, unrelated events. This author really abuses her women! I couldn't get through Riptide, but did skim Hemlock Bay. The Main character seems to have been flayed in another novel, and in this one she must face two unrelated bad guys in quick succession. I find it difficult to buy in to her characters as well as the plot.It did make for a fast beach skim.

    9. A thriller like the other FBI series I have read with Sherlock and Savich. Twists and turns, but an overload of unexplained paranormal happenings that were supposed to be frightening but just left me shaking my head at the absurdity of it. Liked the book, but how many time could smart people make themselves so vulnerable to be targets for murderers? I will definitely continue reading Coulter FBI series, but prefer them more believable.

    10. This is a great story, with interesting characters and a twist you don't expect. Sherlock and Dillon involved as well! Dillon's sister is either suicidal, or someone is trying to kill her! Meanwhile, Dillon is tracking a killer with some unusual talents, who wants to destroy him! GREAT STORY!!!!

    11. I like Coulters FBI series, but this one was realllly out there. I had a hard time grasping the majic trick premise here.

    12. Another book in the FBI series and it is quite interesting. Dillion Savich's sister Lily has been involved in an accident and her husband says she tried to kill herself. From the very beginning Lily knew she would not do that even though her little girl was killed eight months before and she had gone through depression. Now she needed her brother and his wife to help her figure out exactly what had happen and why. This was a good book because there are two or three stories going on at the same t [...]

    13. Savich’s sister is in a car accident that doesn’t look all that accidental. Meanwhile he and his wife take down a brother and sister team that are consorting with “ghouls”. This is another book in the series that was just so-so. In a way it seemed like part of the plot was recycled from one of her earlier books. It doesn’t help that two different plots are going on at the same time so I never felt a connection to the characters like I did in the first two books.

    14. Story is unbelievable. One character who is in the throes of being murdered about 10 times and escapes each time. Stone cold killers, psychopaths, and plain old murder for hire and each time she defeats them after a dozen cops with guns can't do anything to stop them. Second thread; one woman who can defeat 20 FBI agents by creating illusions out of thin air. Has a killer squad of flying bugs at her beck and call etc.

    15. This is not the first Catherine Coulter novel I’ve read, but it is the worst. I like Savich and Sherlock, but I couldn’t stand Lily. She seemed so immature and ridiculous. I also found the storyline bizarre. I like a good mystery or a whodunit, but this book had too much going on. The art theft storyline was too easy to figure out, and the Tammy/Timmy plot didn’t make sense and was never really explained. Overall I thought this book was poorly thought out and was lacking cohesiveness.

    16. This book featured Sherlock and Savich a lot and added in his sister Lily plus his friend Simon. Simon is an art dealer and noticed 4 of Lily's paintings from her grandmother were fake. Their adventure was full of twists and turns. I didn't like the Sherlock/Savich main story about Tammy. This is not a book I would re-read.

    17. I love Catherine Coulter!I thought I had read most of the early FBI books, but then found this one on sale. It's one of the earliest ones with their son, and once again, I really enjoyed it.

    18. An enjoyable FBI thriller. I wasn’t shocked by the killers and the thieves. Sad that a person has to fear their in-laws just because they want to get their hands on your inheritance. So glad a dear friend sent this to me. Enjoyed this Catherine Coulter.

    19. This author never disappoints. Good stories with well developed characters and enough plot twists to keep the story flowing and interesting. One of those books that once picked up is hard to put down.

    20. I never get tired of reading about Savich and Sherlock. I have read the entire series and have enjoyed about every book.

    21. Fast moving, unbelievable but realistic.I couldn't put it down. What a twist. All that stuff can't happen to all those characters. But, it did.

    22. I LOVE reading Catherine Coulter, though this one isn't my favorite. It just doesn't flow as smoothly as most. Even so, it was a thrilling read that kept me up late to finish!

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