The next high-octane thriller in the FBI series featuring Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock from # 1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter.
When Special Agent Lacey Sherlock foils a terrorist attack at JFK airport, she thinks her job is done and turns the reins over to the New York FBI. But stopping the grenade-carrying crazy was only the beginning. Another plot unfolds nearly simultaneously with a bomb at St. Patrick's Cathedral. The terrorist at JFK refuses to speak to anyone but Sherlock. She heads back with counterterrorist Special Agent Cal McLain to try to get him to talk.
Meanwhile Savich - with the help of Agent Griffin Hammersmith - has his hands full trying to track an elusive murderer who looks like a Hollywood Dracula. When Dracula's attempts to kill Savich collide with Sherlock's terrorist case, very strange things happen.
Who is really behind the bombing attack at St. Patrick's? How does Savich's mysterious killer fit into Sherlock's terrorism investigation? Savich and Sherlock race against the clock, as more lives are in danger with every passing minute.
©2015 Catherine Coulter (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Yes. I have every FBI story Ms. Coulter has written. I make sure to spread the news when one comes out
The airport scare was a very good moment.
Too many to name
Yes. I will be listening to this story again.
I enjoyed this book from the beginning. When her FBI books come out, I order them the same day. I never think about because I know it's going to be great.
I am someone who enjoys audible books very much now that they exist. As a young student (real young) I can remember a teacher telling me how books can transport people to different places & open up a whole new world. This is how listening to audible books make me feel. Now if I can just stop falling asleep while listening to them at night I would be fine. Ha ha
I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. It was rich in intrigue, suspense & mystery. I liked the characters too. The author was able to weave the story & reader together so they both one. Definitely held my interest. Neat reading!
No. The story really doesn't start moving until a third of the way into the book. Disappointing, given the gripping stories that have become my expectation in this series.
I love these two together. They are superb as usual.
Here's hoping the next in the series is in keeping with what I expect when I settle in to spend a few hours with Sherlock and Savich.
Getting too schmaltzy
I really did like the "dream scenes" ... they were very entertaining and very scary
I've always like Griffin. I have to say I've listened to all of the Sherlock/Savich books and with each one, Renee's lispy narration gets more and more irritating.
Nope. I'm also getting more and more tired of the "it doesn't matter what else happens in our lives, we're oogy in love and - oh look .... here's Sean." I'm sick of Sean. I'm also sick of everyone being SO AMAZED that two FBI agents can be married.
The stories are good. I love the way Catherine puts the couples together and moves them from book to book, but the core couple is really just beginning to irritate me with their overblown, right on the surface adoration of each other.
The main plot about the terrorists was pretty good though the ending was a little precipitous and unfulfilling. The subplot about the witches and dreamscapes did not fit well and seemed to be an after-thought to add an hour or two.
Book 19, so this series has gone on for awhile. It never started out as what it has now morphed into. The paranormal stuff has gone too far, to a ridiculous degree. I'm done. Coulter's advisers and handlers should have stopped this before allowing her to jump on the popular band wagon these days of vampires, fairies, zombies, etc.
I had to listen to this book several times to really understand the plot. Lots of characters to keep straight. The Wiccan element did not bother me at all, but there were lots of characters to follow. Not my favorite book in the series.
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