Michael Rectenwald 10 Mar 2011 The CLG received an email, including an interesting observation by Suz. Suz notes that the events of 9/11 were mentioned in a thriller published two years earlier. An FBI thriller, The Edge, by Catherine Coulter, was published in 1999. The book is part of Coulter's ongoing 'FBI Thriller Series.' The Edge reached number six on The New York Times Best-Seller List for fiction on the 5th of September 1999.
Given the contents of the book, one wonders whether or not the FBI deserves credit for collaborating on the plot. A scan of Coulter's thriller includes the following sentence on page 19: “Maybe I had a chance not to be, in the Counter-Terrorism section; particularly after 9/11 when the world had changed” (19, emphasis added).
The Edge was copyrighted by Catherine Coulter in 1999. The paperback version was released in 2000. The events of 9/11 hadn't happened yet.
The vaticinations of Catherine Coulter’s book beg several questions. How did this writer predict that a major terrorism event would occur on 9/11? Who is this author? What if any connections does she have to the government?
If this modern Nostradamus is not a government agent, we wonder why she hasn’t been tapped to deliver advanced notice of other major world events.