Labyrinth

Catherine Coulter. Gallery, $27.99 (512p) ISBN 978-1-5011-9365-1
Bestseller Coulter’s high-speed 23rd FBI thriller (after 2018’s Paradox) opens on a busy road in Washington, D.C., where an SUV rams into FBI agent Lacey Sherlock’s car, causing her to spin out of control and hit a man, who subsequently disappears. Sherlock wakes up in the hospital with no memory of the accident, nor of her husband, fellow agent Dillon Savich. The FBI determines that the man she ran into was CIA analyst Justice Cummings. The search for Cummings uncovers chilling links to an international spy plot. Meanwhile, in tiny Gaffer’s Ridge, Va., FBI agent Griffin Hammersmith rescues kidnapped journalist Carson Di Silva, who tells him that her abductor, Rafer Bodine, is also responsible for the disappearance of three teenagers, information she received through a psychic experience. The local sheriff, Rafer’s uncle, declares him innocent and jails Hammersmith and Di Silva. In an attempt to help Sherlock regain her memory, Savich brings her to Gaffer’s Ridge to investigate the abduction of the teens. Never mind the unlikely plot developments. Readers will cheer kick-butt Sherlock all the way to the action-packed finale. Agent: Robert Gottlieb, Trident Media Group. (July)
Reviewed on : 07/30/2019
Release date: 07/01/2019
Genre: Mystery/Thriller
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