Whistleblower

Whistleblower This title presents a deadly truthVictor Holland comes flying out of the night into the path of Catherine Weaver s car Horrified by his broken body Cathy rushes him to the hospital praying for his s

  • Title: Whistleblower
  • Author: Tess Gerritsen
  • ISBN: 9781551664682
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback
  • This title presents a deadly truthVictor Holland comes flying out of the night into the path of Catherine Weaver s car Horrified by his broken body, Cathy rushes him to the hospital, praying for his survival.But, her nightmare had just begun Because Victor is running for his life, and their shocking encounter has put Cathy in mortal danger Victor has uncovered a terrThis title presents a deadly truthVictor Holland comes flying out of the night into the path of Catherine Weaver s car Horrified by his broken body, Cathy rushes him to the hospital, praying for his survival.But, her nightmare had just begun Because Victor is running for his life, and their shocking encounter has put Cathy in mortal danger Victor has uncovered a terrifying secret and the trail leads all the way to Washington, where powerful men will go to any lengths to silence him.Victor s story sounds like the ravings of a mad man, but the haunted look in his eyes and the bullet hole in his shoulder tell a different story As each hour brings pursuers ever closer, Cathy has to wonder, is she giving her trust to a man in danger or trusting her life to a dangerous man

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    1. I am a Tess Gerritsen fan but this was not one of her best books. There was plenty of action but the characters were bland and the "romance" totally unbelievable. I had been warned not to read her early books and will now take heed of that warning. At least I now know how very far she has come from her first writings.

    2. Whistleblower, by Tess Gerritsen, Dreamscape Media Audiobook, narrated by Erin Yuen.Generally I like Tess Gerritsen, and I will pick up one of her books on author's name alone. She always provides excellent characters, exciting plot, setting suspense, drama and excellent writing. This book has most of those things, but the level of achievement across the board was not up to her usual standards. Entertaining but no WOW factor.

    3. I wanted to pass time on a bus with a light read. Early Tess Gerritsen crime novel seemed a good choice. It ended up a festival of eye rolling and brow raising. Never again anything that is not Rizzolli and Isles series. Cringeworthy descriptions and dialogues, unrealistic situations (oh the deep connection and meeting of souls with a complete stranger, as if straight from a Harlequin), and running away from mortal danger, this is something to stay away from if one can help it.

    4. I adore Tess Gerritsen’s work, and I’m trying my hardest to get my hand onto everything she has written. I accept, however, that not everyone shares this view. I’ll gladly admit that her more recent work is her best, but her older stuff is also fun. However, when it comes to her older stuff you need to enter with an open mind. There is no question that her recent work falls into the mystery and thriller category, whereas her older work falls into the romance. Romantic suspense, even. Due t [...]

    5. Lame. Okay, so I hit you with my car now we have to have sex. Seriously? Just unrealistic--well, maybe everyone else in the world falls madly in love with people first sight, but I just don't think so.

    6. WhistleblowerI was a bit disappointed in this book after reading all of Tess Gerritsen's Rizzoli & Isles novels but then I realized that this was one of her very first published books. It wasn't terrible but her writing has certainly come a long way since this was written.

    7. 4,5 Kitaba BAYILDIM! Tess'in gerilimle aşkı birlikte götürmesine bayılıyorum.Tess'in yarattığı karakterlere de bayılıyorum.Bu kitapta da Victor'a aşık oldum.Kurgu çok iyiydi,karakterlerin birbirlerine karşı duydukları aşk çok gerçekçi,saf ve güzeldi.Kitabın sonuna kadar beraber olsunlar istedim.Tek sorun,karakterlerin dünyasına çok fazla girmemişti yazar.İki karakteri de daha yakından tanımak isterdim.Karakterlerin üstünde çok fazla düşünülmemiş gibiydi.Ve b [...]

    8. I got to a point in the book where I could no longer "suspend belief" it already wasn't great, but when the "love story" forced itself into the book at an unlikely place in an unlikely way, I just didn't buy it. I was just disgusted because it was such a bad fit, that I snapped the book shut and decided I was done with it!

    9. Another tantalizing story by Tess Gerristen. Victor Holland seems like a man every woman would like to have

    10. Victor Holland comes flying out of the night into the path of Catherine Weaver's car to end up colliding with its hood. Horrified by his broken body, Cathy rushes him to the hospital, praying for his survival, but her nightmare has just begun. Because Victor is running for his life, and their shocking encounter has put Cathy in mortal danger. Victor has uncovered a terrifying secret - and the trail leads all the way to Washington, where powerful men will go to any lengths to silence him.Victor's [...]

    11. Whistleblower (again one of Gerristen’s older books) fell into the trap of focusing more on the romance between the two main characters, Cathy and Victor, at the expense of vital plot development. What could have been an exciting book detailing the government cover up of an illegal biological weapons testing facility ended up being a romance book where the characters meet in the middle of this conspiracy and fall in love. The insta-love was at times too much for me and I quickly got tired of t [...]

    12. This is one of Tess Gerritsen's earlier books. Light romance and mystery/suspense! If this was the first one of hers I read, I wouldnt have come back! Victor comes stumbling out of the woods and Cathy hits him w/her car. She takes him off to the hospital & they take her contact info. The ppl trying to kill Victor gets the info & goes to the address & kills, not Cathy, but her friend (Sarah) she was staying with. It gets announced on the news & the killer realizes he killed the wr [...]

    13. I will preface this review by saying that I do not care for romance novels and that might influence my thoughts on this book. That said, I have read Tess Gerritsen books before (the later books) and this one doesn't come close to being near the same quality. Practice makes perfect though and she has definitely improved her writing skills. Also confessing to skipping the last few tracks and forwarding to the last track because there reached a point that I simply didn't care. Part of it could have [...]

    14. Seriously, Tess Gerritsen? Seriously? When a monkey dies in agony "in the name of humanity (my arse)" it is effing OK ??????? If we, the effing and ultimately stupid humanity, want to create a virus (#wtf) (please tell me where is the so called "human intelligence" here, because I struggle to see it) then please test it on humans. Let people die for it. People created it - why should animals die? "In the name of humanity"? Why should the monkeys care? The human race does not care a bit about the [...]

    15. This is my first book written by Ms. Gerritsen and it won't be the last! Our heroine Cathy finds herself caught up in Victor's fight to expose a secret biochemical program that could prove devastating to the world. From the very first pages, Ms. Gerritsen keeps us on the edge wondering what is in store next for our couple. Everything about this book was a pleasure, from the developing intimacy between Cathy and Victor, to Victor's whacky friends who help them.

    16. Meh plot obscured by bland romance . the kind that does nothing for the plot. "killers are after us but let's stop getting away and have sex ". Annoying early book from tess g. I will stick to the later books from now on.

    17. The writing was of the usual high standard expected. Within pages I was drawn into the story and lives of the main characters. The basis of the story was a little cliche.

    18. Still another diverse book from Tess Gerritsen. In this one Cathy Weaver is thrown directly in the path of danger when she accidentally hits a man on a dark rain-swept country road. The man, Victor Holland, is running from the lab where he worked because the lab contains a horrible secret- they have been making a substance that can wipe out all of the population. It sounds like the ravings of a lunatic but slowly Cathy believes him. There's no one to trust, nowhere to run, and nowhere to hide.

    19. Oh dear how poor was this? Did I really continue to the end? I did and it was only because I want to get my number of books read for the year.The plot was so thin it wouldn't stay in a teabag and as for love story! Pure BS. I've marked it as a spoiler only because you don't want to read the part in the old cinema (laughable how the lights went out at a very crucial time and as if on cue the ceiling falls down killing a character)

    20. Great novel by this author. A man running for his life runs in front of Catherine Weaver's vehicle and is shot at, at the same time. Catherine saves him but when he tells her the story of what is happening, should she believe him. Great story line and the terrifying secret goes to the top - Washington. Who should they trust?

    21. After loving Never Say Die, I decided to give another early Gerritsen romantic suspense novel a try. This one? Well, let's just say it's hard to believe it was published by the same author, the same year that Never Say Die came out. This one just isn't very good. Not enough disbelief on the part of the heroine, and too much fretting over the hero's Dead Perfect First Wife while hired government goons are trying to kill her. I don't know - I just don't think I'd spend time fretting about my "feel [...]

    22. Tess Gerritsen'ın her kitabında olduğu gibi bunda da sürükleyicilik olağanüstüydü fakat Tess Gerritsen'ın her kitabında benzer tad alma durumum bu kitap için de değişmedi. Bu kitap dahil 4 kitabını okudum ve hepsi de birbirine benziyordu. Bu olay da yazarı benim için tek düze hale getiriyor malesef. Bunun dışında akıcılığı ve olayın gidişatı iyi denebilecek düzeydeydi. Hiç sıkılmadan okudum.

    23. This must have been one of the earlier books that weren't her best. It's a cheesy love story backed by an escape from murderers. The murderers are not very smart. Not the way it would happen. Not believable. I love Gerritsen's book, they are my favorites - but this one didn't cut it.

    24. Book is more of a Harlequin Romantic Suspense than any type of mystery. Good book just nothing similar to the Rizzoli & Isles series or The Bone Garden.

    25. I enjoyed this book a lot of action and a lot of overboard drama . But stuff like that could really happen in the real world.

    26. Book was pretty good until the last few chapters when the main characters fell into stereotypical male/female roles where the man has to save the woman.

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