My Review of “Paradox” by Catherine Coulter Gallery Books July 31, 2018
Catherine Coulter, Author of “Paradox” has written an intriguing, intense, captivating and suspenseful novel. The Genres for this Novel are Fiction, Mystery, Thriller and Suspense. This is the 22nd in a series by Catherine Coulter, and can be read as a stand-alone.
The author describes her characters as complex, complicated and motivated. The author has written about several storylines that merge into one. Chief Ty Christie, of Maryland witnesses a murder from the deck of her cottage on Lake Massey. Law enforcement looking for the body, finds a tremendous number of bones, and a star shaped gold medal. The FBI has been called in.
Agents Sherlock and Savitz have just stopped someone attempting to kidnap their son in their alarmed home. Someone seems to be intent on revenge on the married agents and son. After another attempt in a public place, they realize this is a deadly and dangerous problem.
Sherlock and Savitz join forces with Chief Ty Christie. Chief Christie tries to identify the killer. The suspect seems to be a dangerous escaped mental patient. The murder victim is identified as the mental patient’s attorney. The suspect has two different personalities, like a “Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde.
There are edgy twists and turns, very deep dark secrets, that make this a page turning riveting novel. There are dead bodies, more attempted murders. There seems to be at least one psychotic killer who wants revenge. In this suspenseful novel, there are some red herrings, and some unexpected turn of events. I recommend this novel for those readers that appreciate a chilling thriller. I received an ARC from NetGalley for my honest review.
4 comments on “My Review of “Paradox” by Catherine Coulter”
Congrats on the ARC. Good for you.
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This sounds like a great read. You mention that it can be read as a stand-alone, but would you recommend reading the other books in the series first?
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It usually is a great idea to start with the first book in the series. I think this is the second book I have read, and I had no problems. That said, I would eventually like to go back and read the first book. “Too many books, too little time”. I am playing “catch up’ this moment with many books. Thank you so much for your thoughtful question.