Friday, February 27, 2009

Tailspin by Catherine Coulter

Rachel Abbott, spent her early years with her single mom in rural, very rural, no cellphone coverage rural, Kentucky. A short while ago, she found out her father was a rich, famous senator. Six weeks later he was murdered. Now someone is trying to murder her.

Dr. Timothy McLean, a famous psychiatrist, has frontal lobe atrophy. A disease that releases social inhibitions. He is breaking patient confidentiality about powerful people to everyone he meets. Someone is trying to murder him and the list of possible suspects is seemingly endless.

Mix in some terrorists, nasty relatives, affairs, murders, and a love story and you have Tailspin by Catherine Coulter. This is a flawless thriller where plot and characters keep the story in a tailspin but never crashing until the ending where all is revealed.

An excellent recreational read.

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