Seven years after Belinda's death, Lacey, now an FBI agent, is paired up with computer whiz Dillon Savich, who has developed a predictive program to aid in the apprehension of serial killers.
When the String Killer strikes again, Lacey spots his handiwork, resulting in his capture. The suspect confesses, but maintains that he did not kill Belinda. No sooner does Lacey confirm his innocence of that crime than an attempt is made on her life.
Suspecting her attacker is the same person who murdered her sister, Lacey and Dillon know they must solve the mystery - before they become the killer's next victims.
Listen to another FBI Thriller.
©2005 Catherine Coulter; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Full of karate, pistol-whipping, and other malevolent mayhem, Catherine Coulter's The Maze could be described as a junior-varsity version of Silence of the Lambs."
"Susan Eriksen's reading is spirited and emotive with effective character vocalizations." (Library Journal)
Excellent narration, great story line and peformance. I do enjoy this series. Awesone mystery wirhout extreme gore...
Yes I would try another book and Catherine Coulter just to see if her writing changes
The book was confusing . It had too many things going on at the same time . It seemed that the author started a new scene without completing the others. There were a lot of times in reading the book that I became confused . The storyline was just unrealistic . I would have liked to seen the relationship of Sherlock and Savage detailed more
I usually look forward to listening to Susan Ericson. However, in this book she seemed either bored or inexperienced. her normally phenomenal range of voices and animation was somehow lost in this recording.
The book itself left a little to be desired.
I really enjoyed this book. All the Katherine Coulter books are very well wrote and I like me everyone I have read so far
are really full o suspense
Something to pass the time on a long drive, but this book so similar to others I've read in the series that I felt it lacked originality. Definitely a theme in CC's books to have an abusive male father-figure. A little rote.
This book would ranks somewhere in the lower middle. I have really enjoyed this character in many of Ms Coutler's later books but for some reason I thought the plot was week.
I think this book was early in the series. So I feel Ms Coutler had not really developed her style fully for this character. If I read it when it first came out I think I would have a much higher opinion of it. In her later books these character are awesome and the plots are strong.
I enjoyed her performance. He is an excellent narrator. I haven't listen to her except in this series.
No I did not have an extreme reaction. Thought the story line dragged a bit.
I love a good mystery - this wasn't one. It was more romance novel than FBI thriller. I found myself rolling my eyes and muttering, "Really?" Way too sappy for me.
Audible addicted love mystery,lately stuck on love story. Mother of 1 Labrador and 1 perfect man. Work way too hard, and so ready to be retired
Yes I enjoy the voice that Susan do she is great
Yes love the different twist and turns and the Dillion Sherlock team
Dillion and Sherlock
I wish Susan would have read for all the books I would not hesitate to buy them all
I tend to speed read - get the whole story this way
Audible listener for MANY years. I love mysteries and spy novels, biographies, historical fiction, and many other things in between.
This book kept me both listening and wondering why I was still listening. The story was just intriguing enough that I stuck with it, but still found myself saying "oh please, really?, c'mon". I agree with others, WAY too many other good books out there to spend time (and money) on this one.
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