Tuesday, July 29, 2008


Tailspin by Catherine Coulter (Sherlock and Savich Novel)

What was this book about?

Two mysteries for the price of one. Jackson Crowne, family friend of psychiatrist Dr. Timothy MacLean is brought in because someone is trying to kill the psychiatrist. He has a debilitating disease that affects his brain – and the normal quiet psychiatrist can’t help but spill his prominent client’s secrets. This means that one of his clients wants to stop him before he spills the wrong secret.

Rachel Abbott has finally found her father, and in doing so found danger. Her father is killed, and someone tries to drown her (among many other assassination attempts). She needs to stop the person who is out to get her before she dies.

Jack and Rachel run into each other when Jack’s plane crashes and Rachel is the first to help him and Dr. MacLean out. She can’t keep her secret around FBI agent Jackson – he wants to help.

What did you like/dislike about the book?

This book reminds me of many of the others in this series. You get to consistently see Sherlock and Savich (which are great characters) and solve a mystery and get a romance with a new couple. There is even a little whodunit involved as you try to figure out what is going on where.

Was it my favorite book ever? No. Will I keep reading this series? Definitely. It has a good plot, with enough twists and secrets to keep you interested.

What genre would you consider this?

Mystery/ Contemporary Romance


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