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Over the past 25 years, author Catherine Coulter has published 54 novels, including 47 that have landed the New York Times' list of best sellers. Initially known as a romance writer, Coulter switched gears in , and started thrilling her audience with page-turning suspense novels. Her latest book, "Blindside," is the eighth in her FBI series. She visits The Saturday Early Show to talk about it. But his attention is forced in an entirely new direction when his good friend, Miles Kettering, phones him with the news that Kettering's 6-year-old son, Sam, has been kidnapped.

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Over the past 25 years, author Catherine Coulter has published 54 novels, including 47 that have landed the New York Times' list of best sellers. Initially known as a romance writer, Coulter switched gears in , and started thrilling her audience with page-turning suspense novels. Her latest book, "Blindside," is the eighth in her FBI series.

She visits The Saturday Early Show to talk about it. But his attention is forced in an entirely new direction when his good friend, Miles Kettering, phones him with the news that Kettering's 6-year-old son, Sam, has been kidnapped.

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Not by a long shot. Sheriff Katie Benedict Bad writing is all I have to say. I hate when I waste my reading time with something like this.

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There was no moon, no stars, just low lying rain-bloated clouds, as black as the sky. Savich was sweating in his Kevlar vest even though it was fifty degrees. He dropped to his knees, raised his hand to stop the agents behind him, and carefully slid into position so he could see into the room. The window was dirty, the tattered draperies a vomit-brown, only one lamp in the corner throwing off 60 watts. The rest of the living room was in gloom, but he could clearly see the teacher, James Marple, tied to a chair, gagged, his head fallen forward. Was he asleep or unconscious? Or dead?

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And so it goes in Coulter land Eleventh Hour, , etc. But why are they being killed? Rage over failing grades? Beatings or abuse by a geeky substitute?

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Married FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock are on the trail of a serial killer who targets math teachers, but when Sam Kettering, the son of their widower friend Miles, is kidnapped, they turn their attention to getting the boy back. After escaping from his kidnappers, Sam runs into single mother Katie, and now all they have to do is wait for the cavalry to arrive. To everyone's surprise, the kidnappers resurface, leaving Katie and the FBI wondering who's really behind the attempts. While Savich and Sherlock return to Washington, D. The relationship between Miles and Katie is hasty and underdeveloped, and their brash investigative methods will raise eyebrows. Still, the mystery at the heart of this talky tale is intriguing and the pacing is brisk, which makes this a capable, if not thrilling, summer diversion. July

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