This one is somewhat of a miss, in my book.
First, if you have not read others of hers with these characters, don't start here. There is a whole weird thing in here were the one FBI agent is pulled into a dream world by a psychic who wants to hypnotize him. The character realizes what is happening and conjures up his own imagery and dream story to defeat the psychic, who is shocked at the power of the FBI Agent. The FBI agent is not sure how he did what he did. One other character in the story hears all this and understands. As a read, you are likely to be saying what the holy heck just happened. FBI agent is powerful psychic but does not know it or knows it but does not understand it??? It makes no freaking sense!!! Weird and annoying.
Second, the books jumps around between plots and the whole evil magician/psychic plot never jells as related in ANY WAY to the terrorist plots. Why is the psychic plot even in here? Except maybe to get the FBI agent off on another case so he is not working with his FBI wife, who is supposedly the main character here?
Third, books ends as so many of these FBI novels do. It is getting old the technique of bringing everyone together at the end to give some discussion of the importance of relationships and to bring the two single characters, young agents, together into a romance because, what, they have known each other for a week or so and bonded over pizza? Corney romance BS that gets overused in these books.
I've only read a few of them and while there is lots to like, they are formulaic in the end.