POINT BLANK
by Catherine Coulter

September 2005
ISBN: 0-399-15322-5
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Hardcover
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FBI agents Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich are confronted by a sociopath intent on revenge at any cost. This time itís personal for Savich when he and his wife Sherlock are lured into a sick game where the prize is a painful death. Confronted with the reality of a mysterious faceless adversary with a long memory, Savich quickly puts his trusty laptop MAX to work sifting through case files for information. With a psychotic killer and his teenage girlfriend seemingly one step ahead, Savich and Sherlock race to find the clues to a killerís next move.


Meanwhile, agent Ruth Warnecki, a member of Savichís unit, hunts for confederate gold in Winkelís cave in West Virginia. However, in an unmapped chamber Ruth discovers the body of a young woman. And someone is willing to kill her to make sure no one else stumbles onto this secret. When the handsome local sheriff, Dixon Noble, comes to the rescue, it will be up to Dix and Ruth to uncover what the prestigious Stanislaus School of Music has to do with the young womanís murder.


Point Blank was as witty, entertaining, and chockfull of suspense as we have come to expect from this series. Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich continue to be fascinating characters with heat and heart.


Reviewed in November 2005 by Cynthia.

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