[Download] Split Second: An FBI Thriller By Catherine Coulter

Split Second: An FBI Thriller

By: Catherine Coulter
Narrated by: Paul Costanzo, Renee Raudman
Length: 6 hours
Release date: Jul 19, 2011
Rating: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (102 votes, average: 4.00 out of 5)
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Praise for the FBI Thriller Series

"Bestseller Coulter's riveting thriller opens with a bang. . . . Well-developed characters and an expertly paced plot that builds into
a breathtaking conclusion."
-Publishers Weekly
on Knockout (starred review)


A serial killer is on the loose, and it's up to FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock to bring him down. They soon discover the killer has blood ties to an infamous and now long-dead monster. Savich and Sherlock are joined by agents Lucy Carlyle and Cooper McKnight, and the chase is on.

At the same time, Agent Lucy Carlyle learns from her dying father that her grandfather didn't simply walk away from his family twenty-two years ago: he was, in fact, murdered by his wife, Lucy's grandmother. Determined to uncover the truth, Lucy moves into her grandmother's Chevy Chase mansion. What she finds, however, is a nightmare. Not only does she discover the truth of what happened all those years ago, but she faces a new mystery, one that has been passed down from mother to daughter for generations.

As the hunt for the killer escalates, Savich realizes he's become the killer's focus, and perhaps the next victim. Only Lucy can stop this madness before it's too late.
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31 Responses to “[Download] Split Second: An FBI Thriller By Catherine Coulter”

  1. Teddy Hensler

    Yawwwwwnnnnnn!
    This book goes on and on and you wish they’d come to it! Some of the reader’s characterizations, especially the female, were off the edge. You wish she would have stayed in acting school longer.. Way too dramatic. And I thought the story jumped around too much….sometimes I didn’t know where we were. Maybe that’s because my mind wandered due to the dragging out of the theme.

  2. Sindy Sannutti

    So . . . is it okay not to like a best seller?
    I’ve been keeping an occasional eye on Catherine Coulter for years. We share a family name, so her books always grab my attention – but I haven’t read romances since I was a teenager. (We’re not related – and, for that matter, I’m not related to that other infamous Coulter either.)

    When I saw this on service, I was excited. I like FBI procedurals. I like a hint of the supernatural and inexplicable, and I’ve unexpectedly (for a mostly non-fiction reader) become a fan of Preston & Child’s Pendergast series. I like the idea of a woman FBI agent, too.

    So, I was set to enjoy this book – and I guess my expectations were too high.

    What bugged me the most was the sudden leaps of logic, or illogical leaps to conclusions that several of the characters made. I’d be listening along, and all of the sudden would think, “What? Why?”

    Some of the characters did some particularly stupid things as well – and I’m not talking about being attracted to an unattainable man, either.

    So, I was I was annoyed. Very annoyed.

    The Audio performance also annoyed me. The performers themselves were fine, but the problem was that the narration went back and forth between a male voice and female voice. Which, in the case of male or female characters talking worked, but when it came to inner voices and descriptions – it was random.

    I really wish I’d had a better experience.

  3. Arica Connyer

    Don’t waste your time 🙁
    It started off good enough, if you can get past the computer generated voices, but it was so drawn out and unbelievable. The FBI was so lame, they should have all been dead by Part 2. Don’t waste your money, move on and try something else.

  4. Krissy Eckberg

    It was a Split Second!
    It seemed like a split second from the time I plugged in to the end of the Epilogue. I completed it in three days 81 chapters and enjoyed it greatly.

    Augie 47

  5. Von Krepps

    Read like a romance novel
    The actual story in this book is rather entertaining. They readers are not very good. We both almost quit listening because of the Raiders, but we did want to find out how the thriller part of the FBI story ended. I would not recommend this book.

  6. Verna

    Great Entertainment
    Several cases going at once – Characters are great. And, as always Savich and Sherlock are rock solid! It was read by 2 narrators and they were great.

  7. Thanh Dy

    disappointed
    What would have made Split Second: An FBI Thriller better?

  8. Clarence Loffelbein

    Not a worthy book
    The starting is good. Then the story is becoming too unrealistic. Side stories not interesting. The woman narrator voice is very irritating and unpleasant.

  9. Louie

    Overall
    This was a very good audio book. My only concern was with the science fiction aspects of the theme.

  10. Silas Picket

    Sensitive to narrators
    In Chapt 12 and giving it up. Good story but frustrating narration in general, including the annoyance of what sounds like voice overlays in weird places. Narrator snobs beware.

  11. Gilbert Fanion

    What a ride.
    Great book. This book is chock full of all kinds of twists and turns. Some great new characters were introduced. I hope to see Coop and Lucy featured in another new book real soon. Loved it !

  12. Domenic Tsironis

    terrific read
    You’re going to love it ! Lot’s of suspense.

    And twists. I loved it!
    !!

  13. Charles Darnel

    Stilted readers
    Would you consider the audio edition of Split Second: An FBI Thriller to be better than the print version?

  14. Linda K Hindi

    service narration is very poor
    The story line is intertaining; however the female narrator was annoying, almost to the point of not being able to listen to the story. The various voices used were high-pitched and whinny, with a juvenile quality to the voice. The male narrator should have read the entire story.

  15. Shavonda Bui

    Barf, that’s how awful
    Extremely simple, predictable and narrative is corny, way over active. Storyline of Ted Bundy daughter is reaching.

  16. Lamar Magan

    Flat Performance
    Paul Costanzo’s performance was very flat and largely spoiled the book. Renee Raudman’s performance was fine. The overal story was fanciful.

  17. Annett Meadville

    Great addition to the FBI Series
    I loved this book but I am a die-hard Coulter fan, especially of her FBI series books. This one did not disappoint.

  18. Angelita Sjoquist

    Don’t wate your money.
    This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

  19. Erika Palazzo

    Not up to the Coulter I’ve enjoyed in the past
    Is there anything you would change about this book?

  20. Ying E.

    Love this whole series and so does my husband
    What made the experience of listening to Split Second: An FBI Thriller the most enjoyable?

  21. Audie Gilreath

    Former Catherine Coulter fan due to poor readers
    I am a former fan of C Coulter (reading) but this is the second one I have listened to on Audio and it is a total disaster with the readers Coulter is hiring. They are ruining her books! It will be hard to get through this book, they read like first graders. They don’t have any idea how to make the characters sound serious or real. I am so disappointed the second time around. I tried this because it was a different reader than the first one but still a disaster. I am a true fan of audio but the readers are the ones that can make or break a truly good book.

  22. Paul C.

    On the edge the entire time!!!!
    Outstanding! This book keeps you on edge every moment. You will want to re read to catch the intricacies missed the first time!

  23. Melvin Zientek

    Bad, bad readers
    This was a great story, but the reader/readers ruined it — some of the *emotion* was so rigid and forced, it became painful to listen. I stopped a couple of times and went to other books, but eventually finished it. In the future I’ll avoid books listing these readers.

  24. Morris Longest

    Good story line, premise, characters
    Is there anything you would change about this book?

  25. Reiko Carvey

    Nicely done
    What made the experience of listening to Split Second: An FBI Thriller the most enjoyable?

  26. Freddie Olten

    Not what I had expected
    What would have made Split Second: An FBI Thriller better?

  27. Elvin Prass

    Shearling jacket, Range Rover, Corvette, Porshe
    If you think these are or could be significant elements in aiding any Law Enforcement Officer’s search for a killer, this may be your book. SPOILER: No worries for the Porshe lovers, even when chasing a dangerous fleeing serial killer he is careful not to scratch the car.

    Three story lines which of course is an interesting concept; the interesting one is given the least definition. At least it wasn’t a bodice ripper, just a ridiculous pseudo thriller with a little dash of magic/supernatural nonsense. I enjoy all types of fiction even a little fantasy (Forever, by Pete Hamill great book), but they need to be well done and have context.

    Coulter has written some decent escape fiction, but this book doesn’t fall into that category. In my opinion there is nothing to recommend the listen, even the narration was strange.

  28. Irena Tarallo

    People really run toward gun shots!
    Would you try another book from Catherine Coulter and/or Renee Raudman and Paul Costanzo ?

  29. Emanuel Carlozzi

    Great FBI thriller
    I really enjoy the Dillon and Sherlock series. It was full of drama and action, never boring or slow.

  30. Stuart P.

    Worst book I have ever listened to.
    Would you try another book from Catherine Coulter and/or Renee Raudman, and Paul Costanzo?

  31. Corey S.

    A Great Story
    Another great story by Catherine Coulter. The violence and twists keep the readers in their toes. Looking forward to start the next book.

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