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Publisher's Summary

A long weekend in the Poconos is cut short when Sherlock and Savich are helicoptered back to Washington to lead the investigation into the brutal murder of a Supreme Court justice.
Savich allows Callie Markham, an investigative reporter for The Washington Post, to partner with local Metro Police liaison Ben Raven since she's got the inside track--she's the stepdaughter of the murdered justice. Despite Detective Raven's unwillingness to have a civilian along, Callie Markham ends up riding shotgun to help look for her stepfather's murderer.
Within the next 24 hours, a Supreme Court law clerk is found murdered, the M.O. the same.
Savich learns he must also solve a 30-year-old crime after a psychic encounter with the murder victim, Samantha Barrister, who suddenly appears in front of his car and hysterically pleads for his help. Savich and Sherlock discover that at the time of her death, Samantha had a six-year-old son who disappeared as a teenager. Savich is convinced the missing boy is the key.
In Blowout, Sherlock and Savich are faced with two of the most baffling and shocking cases of their careers.
©2004 Catherine Coulter (P)2004 Brilliance Audio
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1 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 05-13-16

Hokey! Pathetic!

I can't believe I listened to the entire novel. This is the worst Savage and Sherlock novel. Catherine Coulter can and has written more credible novels. The narration was fine.

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2 out of 5 stars
By D. Byrnes on 08-08-15

I Don't Understand

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I don't understand why she insists on getting people married after a week of knowing each other. The books have become predictable and the narrator makes the female characters sound like helpless women even though they are written to be strong.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

More twists and less predictable

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

Changed the voices of the female characters to be a bit stronger and sound smarter.

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