"An exciting romantic thriller"
It's midnight in San Francisco and Father Michael Joseph is
in his church to hear confession from a man who killed
twice and intends to go on killing. Father Michael plans
to inform the police because he feels the killer is not
truly repentant, but only confessing to brag about his
murders. When the culprit realizes what the priest intends
to do, he kills Father Michael, not realizing there was a
witness in the church who saw what happened.
FBI special Agent Dane Carver flies to San Francisco to
find out what the police know about the killing of his
identical twin. While there he meets the witness Nick
Jones, a woman posing as a homeless person because she
fears somebody is trying to kill her. Dane sticks to Nick
like she is the magnet and he is steel. The case takes a
bizarre twist. The killer has patterned the murders out of
the episodes of a new television program so they reason he
must be somebody connected to the show, a wild bunch of
characters capable of anything.
Readers of Catherine Coulter's suspense thrillers will be
pleased to know that FBI agents Savitch and Sherlock play a
key role in the ELEVENTH HOUR. The story line is vintage
Coulter: exciting, enthralling and totally mesmerizing.
The burgeoning relationship between Dan and Nick is
cleverly interwoven into the fast paced and utterly
absorbing plot. This novel is heading straight for the New
York Times bestseller list.
Review for Hardcover edition - ISBN: 0399148779
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted July 1, 2002