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Now You Die (Bullet Catcher #6)

4.19 of 5 stars 4.19  ·  rating details  ·  1,136 ratings  ·  63 reviews
Former Bullet Catcher and lone wolf investigator Jack Culver is on a mission. Thirty years ago, an innocent woman was convicted of murder. Jack believes he's found the real killer -- but to take down one of the highest legal authorities in the land, he needs access. Serious access. Unfortunately, the one person he knows with that kind of power is his ex-boss and ex-lover, ...more
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Published August 26th 2008 by Simon & Schuster (first published 2008)
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4 stars – Romantic Suspense

..........“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”..........

Finally, we get the back story on the head of the Bullet Catchers, the enigmatic, cool as ice, Lucy Sharpe and a conclusion to the trilogy within the series that began with First You Run, escalated with Then You Hide, and of course, wrapped with this exciting finish in Now You Die.

Jack Culver is a sexy rogue Bullet Catcher, and he and Lucy’s chemistry and attraction is dynamic and off the charts explosive. Their roman
Jane Stewart
Complicated and intriguing plot with several suspicious characters. Good mystery and suspense. Weak on romance.

Higgie was a married attorney who had an affair with Eileen. As a result, she had triplet girls who were given up for adoption. Three years later Higgie had an affair with Wanda. He, Wanda and Eileen were in an alley when Wanda was shot, and Eileen drove away in fear. Someone planted a gun in her car and people on the take put her in jail for life. Twenty-four years later, H
This book wrapped up the trilogy that involved the last three books: 1. "First you Run" 2. "Then you Hide" 3. "Now you Die" in the Bullet Catcher Series. It tied up all the loose ends and this trilogy must be read in order. If you haven't read any of the Bullet Catcher books, you "could" pick up this trilogy and begin. Then decide if you want to read the earlier books in the series...

I enjoyed this one and it involved the director of the Bullet Catchers, Lucy Sharpe. Finally! This one answers qu
Wow! I loved this Bullet Catcher and that's saying a lot. I've been buying each installment faithfully even though they were somehow missing something every time. I didn't even get past 3 chapters of Adrien Fletcher's book, First You Run, I think, because his Aussie-speak was overdone and unreal. Having lived in Australia for several years, I'd never heard ANY urban Aussie speak that way unless they'd lived their lives in a sheep station. That picture just didn't fit with a Bullet Catcher. Wade' ...more
Lynda Warnock
Now You Die, the long awaited and much anticipated final book of the Bullet Catcher Trilogy, recently found its way into my hot little hands and didn’t leave them until I turned the last page. Now You Die is a non-stop thrill ride of mayhem that leaves you breathless. All I can say is that Roxanne St. Claire has done it again and better than ever!

Anyone who has read any of the Bullet Catchers books will have been waiting for Lucy’s story. Most of us didn’t think it would be with Jack but hey tha
I have to say I was a little disappointed with this book. It took me a while to get into this book; I actually set it down and read several other books before continuing on with this one. In the beginning the main characters annoyed me with their bickering and distrust of each other.

However after the book got going (towards the middle) I actually started to enjoy it. There still wasn't enough trust between Lucy and Jake though.

Lucy Sharpe finally gets her book and we learn about her dark, secret
Dorothea Müller
Der ehemalige Bullet Catcher Jack Culver arbeitet als Privatermittler an einem brisanten Fall. Vor dreißig Jahren wurde eine Frau wegen Mordes angeklagt und verurteilt, obwohl sie unschuldig war. Nun glaubt Jack, den wahren Mörder gefunden zu haben. Aber um ihn überführen zu können, braucht er die Hilfe seiner ehemaligen Chefin Lucy Sharpe – die Frau, die er nie vergessen konnte.

Endlich geht die Geschichte weiter und dieses Mal über Jack und Lucy. Ich war total gespannt was zwischen den beiden v
Jan 20, 2014 Pattianne marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
NOW YOU DIE - BULLET CATCHER #6 - (Jack and Lucy)

Former Bullet Catcher and lone wolf investigator Jack Culver is on a mission. Thirty years ago, an innocent woman was convicted of murder. Jack believes he's found the real killer -- but to take down one of the highest legal authorities in the land, he needs access. Serious access. Unfortunately, the one person he knows with that kind of power is his ex-boss and ex-lover, the woman who still haunts his dreams.
Bullet Catchers owner Lucy Sharpe real
The sixth book in Bullet Catcher series by Roxanne St. Claire. Exciting end to the triplets storyline. Jack Culver and Lucy Sharpe were once lovers. Jack is back and needs Lucy for her connections.

Another exciting action-packed addition to the series. Highly recommended!
I was one of those who wanted Lucy with Dan and when I found out she was going to be with Jack I didn't like it, BUT the big surprise I did like Jack from the first pages. So it was really hard to not like the book where he was finally the center of attention.

I like his character and that he is so eager to not let Lucy in the paths she wants him too. I guess that's the reason why Lucy was so different than I imagined her to be. We learned throughout the books that Lucy is restrained, controlled
I liked this one better than the 2 previous ones dealing with the triplets.
Fortunately in a previous instalment (I think n°3 Take me tonight), I had learnt that Lucie was 38, and therefore probably 39 pushing 40 at the beginning of this one. Not as old as I thought each time I saw her with her always perfect and controlled look and behaviour. I liked that she's starting to loose her too-stuffy side, when having to deal with Jack.
Jack is not so easy to like at first, as we know he has a past of
I guess Roxanne St. Claire lives by the old adage 'save the best for last' because -- HOLY CRAP! -- the final book, "Now You Die", in her trilogy within the "Bullet Catchers" series was freakin' awesome!!! Not only do we get closure to the Eileen Stafford case, but we also get to see a realistic and terribly romantic relationship between two imperfect yet likable people. (Kudos to Ms. St. Claire for not relying on the perfect-man-meets-average-woman-and-falls-in-love or good-girl-meets-bad-boy-a ...more
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This is book six in the Bullet Catcher series, and book three in the Eileen Stafford trilogy. This is the story of the Bullet Catchers owner Lucy Sharpe and disgraced ex-bullet catcher Jack Culver. Jack and Lucy shared a night together just before Jack nearly killed a fellow bullet catcher due to an injury he covered up. Lucy ejected him from her company and her life. He hit the bottle hard after this and is now trying to prove he's not the same man he was. He brought a case to Lucy in book four ...more
The final book in the trilogy.

Jack has pieced together most of Eileen's story and with the help of the tattoos on Miranda and Vanessa's necks (even though Vanessa's has been removed they can tell from the shape what it was) and Eileen's comments that "he" is all powerful, all-seeing etc, etc has determined that one of the US's highest ranked Judges is probably the girls' father.

Jack and Lucy clearly have some history although exactly what the history is not explained until later in the book. Dan
Melanie S.
Tolle Charaktere, aber mir blieben viel zu viele offene Fragen - nicht nur im Suspense Part (da wären ein paar mehr Erklärungen zum Schluss gar nicht schlecht gewesen, wenn man bedenkt, was da über die letzten drei Bände aufgebaut wurde), auch zwischen Eileen und ihren Töchtern hätte ich gerne mehr Interaktion gesehen, genauso bei Jack und Lucy. Bei beiden wurde die Vergangenheit nur oberflächlich angesprochen und die Gefühlsentwicklung steht der sexuellen Spannung zwischen ihnen eindeutig hinte ...more
Suzie Quint
I didn't realize when I started with First You Run that I was jumping into the middle of a series. Given that, I think books 5, 6 & 7 are best when read in sequence, but I didn't feel as though the earlier books were required reading to understand and enjoy these 3.

These books were well balanced between the romance and suspense aspects and I enjoyed them a lot. The series focuses on the men who work for Bullet Chasers, a prestigious security and investigation firm owned by a woman. The men
Jennifer Harper
Okay, this is the second Roxy St. Clair book I've read and I love her style. Great sex coupled with a great mystery. Worth a look even if you're not into the romance genre. This isn't literature, folks, but escapism at its best.
This one has to be my favorite so far. After watching Lucy and her manipulations and fits for all of the previous books I wanted to see Lucy get hers, and boy did she. lol

Through out this book we learned Lucy's deep dark secrets some of which were surprising, others predictable. I was also glad to see Jack welcomed back in as I really grew to like him the past couple of books and him and Lucy are great together.

I also loved how the story line for the past 2 books was wrapped up, again there were
Barbara ★
Jack Culver, former Bullet Catcher and current investigator, has been working on Eileen Stafford's case for years. He is convinced that she is innocent of the crime that put her in jail. Lucy Sharpe, owner of The Bullet Catchers, is seduced into helping Jack prove that Justice Higgins actually committed the crime in question. Thus starts a roller coaster ride of suspense and murder attempts that end in a rather surprising manner. You'll be shocked when the real criminal is unveiled. A terrific c ...more
A solid 5 out of 5 in my books. Now You Die is the final book in this triology following along with the storyline developed in the first two books, First You Run and Then You Hide bringing a solid, well written conclusion to this series. Roxanne delivered a brilliant storyline, delivering solid characters, a gripping and edge of your seat ride with plenty of twists and turns, a fantastic plot, sensual characters and steamy love scenes. Roxanne definitely knows how to weave a story creating a dif ...more
I gave Now You Die 5 stars because I believe it is the best Bullet Catcher novel. It wraps up the trilogy that started with First You Run and Then You Hide and that continuing story line as well as gives us Lucy and Jack's back stories. It has a great ending as well as setting up Dan's story.

I loved Jack and Lucy together and didn't want this book to end. They have quite a few hurdles to get to a happy ending and this book delivers. I would recommend this book and any of the others but read the
Manda Collins
Loved this one. Mostly because I love Jack. I went into this book loving Jack and tolerating Lucy. Now that I'm done I like Lucy a bit more, but still love Jack more. But if Lucy is what Jack needs to make him happy then I'm all for it. If you haven't read any other Bullet Catcher books you'll have no idea what I'm talking about. But trust me, okay? This is good stuff. But at least read FIRST YOU RUN and THEN YOU HIDE before this one. The last two Bullet Catchers work as stand alones, but these ...more
Sharon Cooper
I LOVE this author's work!
Jan 13, 2009 Sherry rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: romantic suspense
Roxanne St. Claire surprised me, like most readers, I was anticipating the story of the third twin. And it was in a way but the focus on the story was the relationship between Jack Culver and Lucy Sharpe, one would think that the switch of focus would diminish the instensity of the plot; instead the transfer of focus enhanced what would have been just another well done romantic suspense paperback. Roxanne St. Clair broke out of the box with the storyline of "Now You Die" and succeeded where many ...more
4.5 star read...

I really liked Lucy and Jack together. In the beginning of the Bullet Catchers series, I was rooting for Dan and Lucy. After this book I am glad they were not a couple, best friends yes, but not a couple.

In this story you find out what her big secret is and the reason for the white stripe in her hair. And unlike some of the "big reveals" in these types of books, this one really was very sad. I understood Lucy and her actions a lot better.
Valia Malkia wa vitabu
I had awaited this story with much anticipation and it was a good book but I felt short changed on Lucy's character.This was apparently a woman who trained and led the Bullet Catchers,I expected her to be more.She makes so many stupid mistakes.She is outsmarted by untrained people e.g. the judge,Theo e.t.c.
This made it unbelievable that she was the owner of the Bullet Catchers.
All in all a good book but not a great one.
Jack Culver is on a mission. He believes the woman convicted of murder 30 years ago is innocent. Together with his ex-boss Lucinda Sharpe he tries to solve the crime.

Good read, enjoyed it most of the time. The solution to the puzzle came to me fairly early, but still enjoyed it. I will pick up another book by this author, probably another one of this Bullet Catcher series.
I love the way the author keeps the suspense moving along. I have a hard time putting these books down, I just love this author. She writes with care and motivation for the reader. The characters are all unique to the story and they reach out to the reader until the end. I can't wait to read the next books in the Bullet Catcher series
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