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  • I like that we get to see so much of Savich and Sherlock who are also trying to solve a case of a serial killer who kills math teachers
  • I thought Blind Side was a very well written book

    • by LP Jardine
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      I just completed reading “Blind Side” an FBI thriller written by Catherine Coulter.

      In Blind Side, a six year old boy, Sam Kettering is kidnapped his father Miles Kettering is frantic. He calls in his friend Dillon Savich and his wife Sherlock.

      Meanwhile Sam has escaped his captors. He is rescued by Sheriff Katie Benedict. However,


      this is just the beginning of the story the book continues filled with suspense.

      Sam has connected in an unusual way with Katie’s 5 year old daughter Keely. It is very hard for Miles and Katie to separate the two children.

      A eccentric man Reverend McCamy wants Sam for unknown reasons. Teh Reverend will not stop until ...


      • he has Sam.

        Miles and Katie refuse to let him have Sam. Katie searches for the reason why the Reverend tries so hard to get Sam when he is so well protected.

        I like that we get to see so much of Savich and Sherlock who are also trying to solve a case of a serial killer who kills

        math teachers.

        The two cases are not connected at all.

        There is a stunning conclusion to how the book ends.

        I really like the FBI thrillers. Even though there is a hint of romance in the books they are more about the procedures of catching bad guys.

        I thought Blind Side was a very well written book.




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