Posts Tagged ‘suspense thrillers’

Catherine Coulter is a legend. But I hate saying that word because it makes someone sound old. And she’s not. She’s as sharp as a tack, gracious as ever and has beautiful green eyes. When this woman turns and looks at you, you know it. She doesn’t address you as a fan. She addresses you as if you’re the most important person in the world. Maybe that’s the southern charm in her. I don’t know.

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I’m personally not a romance or historical romance reader. But since she’s begun writing suspense thrillers, I’ve become a fan. I read Bomb Shell and was instantly hooked. Now she’s has a co-writer, J.T. Ellison (who’s great in her own right), and they’re putting out excellent thrillers.

I jokingly tease my wife that Catherine is my New York City girlfriend. Somehow I get the pleasure to run into her at ThrillerFest every year. And not just in a classroom or panel session. It’s been in an elevator, in the audience, in a crowded hallway…just saying 🙂

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