Labyrinth (FBI Thriller #23) by Catherine Coulter

Labyrinth (FBI Thriller #23)

The #1 New York Times bestselling FBI Thriller series returns with another tour de force in which Agent Sherlock risks losing her career—and her sanity—over a case that is more complicated and twisted than any she’s ever encountered. On a dark night, Agent Sherlock is driving along circuitous mountain roads in West Virginia when her car is suddenly T-boned at an intersection. As her car spins out of control, a man’s body slams against her...

Details Labyrinth (FBI Thriller #23)

TitleLabyrinth (FBI Thriller #23)
Release DateJul 30th, 2019
PublisherGallery Books
GenreMystery, Thriller

Reviews Labyrinth (FBI Thriller #23)

  • Robin Loves Reading
    When you peek at an ARC and see: “The #1 New York Times bestselling FBI Thriller series returns with another tour de force in which agents Savich and Sherlock stumble into a bizarre case that’s more complicated and twisted than any they’ve ever encountered.” Well, you throw your TBR out the window!If you love FBI Agent Lacey Sherlock as much as I have come to, no doubt you will feel emotional when you read of Sherlock’s car accident and...
  • Carvanz
    This starts off with quite a bit of action, plenty of mystery and then a twist with Sherlock that had me instantly drawn into this book. I loved the initial scenes with Dillon and her as well as the problem they are facing, primarily Sherlock. And I settled down for a thrilling thriller.Suddenly, the scene changes and we are with Griffin and Carson. These two share a common gift that leads them into quite a mystery as well as some paranormal kind...
  • Toni
    5 StarsThis is the 23rd book in the Agents Sherlock and Savich FBI thriller series.It has been a long time since I have read a S/S FBI book. I have to say that this book re-hooked me into the series. I am so impressed this series has lasted the test of time. I remember when book one: THE COVE came out. Wow, what a journey this has been for the author!Basic premises: Sherlock is involved in a pretty nasty car accident which wipes her memory. As he...
  • Maranda
    FBI Thriller #23 by Catherine Coulter. Been reading her books for - ever!!! Her writing, characters, plots and her skill with words is the reason this series continues. Even that being said this work can easily stand alone for those that have not been long time fans. The name Labyrinth because two separate story lines are told with the characters crossing into each of the plots. Beginning is a crash that sends FBI Agent Lacey Sherlock to the hosp...
  • Anita
    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher in exchange for an fair and honest review.As a redhead, I just love Lacey Sherlock and I've loved her since she took down the big, bad FBI guy, Dillon Savich, in The Maze. She is everything I love in a heroine, smart, badass, beautiful and a redhead! As I've read every FBI Thriller Series book, it has made me feel forever young as Sherlock and I are about the same age, except she's a...
  • Helen Williams
    While driving in downtown Washington Agent Sherlock's Volvo is suddenly T-boned at an intersection. Her car spins out of control and a man’s body slams against her windshield and she blacks out. When she regains consciousness in the hospital, she’s told about the accident and the man she struck. The man struck by her car is a CIA analyst who is missing after the accident. Sherlock has a concussion along with amnesia. She has no memory of Dill...
  • Jen Bott
    Another outstanding installment of the Sherlock/Savich FBI series! Tells the story of an expansive plot to sell ground-breaking technology on the black market interwoven with a bizarre family that controls a small town, perhaps covering up more than one murder. A further layer of Sherlock’s amnesia from a nasty car accident adds dimension to the story. The outcome is a book I couldn’t put down!
  • Kim
    A missing friend leads Agents Drummond & Caine to a woman looking to change the world and the Holy Grail. While on vacation in Europe will the Brit in the FBI and his partner be able to save a the world one more time when a former astronaut has plans for everyone's future. Join the very special FBI agents and their team on a world wide trek to save everyone. Agent Nicholas Drummond and his partner and lover Michaela “Mike” Caine are on vacati...
  • Lori
    My favorite Sherlock and Savich book yet! What would you do if you lost your memory? Agent Sherlock was in an accident and received a serious concussion. When she woke up she has no memory of anything or anyone including herself. She didn't remember she was a famous tough FBI agent or that she was married to Agent Savich. She didn't recognize even one of her co-workers or family and not even her son Sean. When she saw a picture of herself there w...
  • Barb Lie
    Labyrinth by Catherine Coulter is the 23rd book in her FBI Thriller series. I have read a few books in the series, but this read very well as a stand alone. Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, both FBI agents, return as our heroes in Labyrinth. Almost at the start, we are caught by surprise, as Sherlock is in a terrible car accident, having be hit by another car, as well as someone bouncing off her windshield. Savich runs to the hospital worrying a...
  • Zita
    An entertaining, intriguing, complex, deceptive, twisted storyline…This is the twenty-third book in the FBI Thriller series that can be read as a stand-alone.Imagine waking up and not knowing who you are or who the people in your life are. The mind can’t really conceive the depth of such trauma but for those with amnesia, it’s a terrifying reality. FBI Agent Sherlock started out on what she expected to be a normal drive when another automob...
  • Jan Fore
    LabyrinthCatherine CoulterJuly 30, 2019Fans of Catherine Coulter’s FBI series should be happy to know that #23 - Labyrinth will be published on July 30th. I have read the entire series and each time I am thrilled with the results. Once again she gives us quite an opener. Sherlock is on her way to the store when her life gets put on hold in a hurry. She is sideswiped in heavy traffic. Her Volvo begins to spin. Throughout the accident Lacey is bo...
  • Melody Morris
    Labyrinth – Catherine CoulterI was fortunate to receive this book as an Advance Reader Copy from Netgalley, in exchange for an objective review.Savich & Sherlock’s newest adventure starts off suddenly, when Sherlock is out running errands, and she is suddenly t-boned in an intersection, causing her to strike a pedestrian as her car careens out of control. When she regains consciousness at the hospital, she remembers the body striking her wind...
  • Lou Jacobs
    OMG …. another gem in the ongoing FBI thriller series featuring the husband and wife team of Agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. Sherlock suffers memory loss and amnesia after being broadsided in her "safe" Volvo in a downtown Washington DC intersection.. As her vehicle is spinning a man is thrown across her windshield …. he appears to be darting out of an alleyway trying to avoid apprehension. Luckily he is able to continue his flight a...
  • Diane Hernandez
    Two seemingly unrelated cases enliven Labyrinth, the 23rd entry in the FBI Thriller series.Agent Sherlock hits a running man with her car while caroming around after being struck herself by an SUV running a red light. Waking up in the hospital, she can’t remember her name or recognize her family. Blood found on her car is linked to a missing CIA Analyst. Where did the obviously hurt man go after the accident? More importantly, who or what was h...
  • Debra Dowling
    WOW! Once again Catherine Coulter did not disappoint at all. Great FBI thriller from beginning to end.This book carefully weaves two different FBI cases happening consecutively. While the two cases are not related, the characters involved are. FBI agent Lacey Sherlock is driving when her car is suddenly hit, she spins out of control, hits a pedestrian, and wakes up in the hospital with amnesia. While the accident truly was a case of Sherlock bein...
  • Dianne
    I don't usually allow myself to take an ARC when I haven't read the rest of the series. I figure that I wouldn't know enough about the background of the characters, but I allowed myself to indulge this time because the synopsis made the book sound so exciting and so many of her other books got such kudos. Plus it is such a long-running series that I figured it must be excellent.Yes, this was an interesting book for being half FBI thriller and hal...
  • Maryellen
    Sherlock and Savich are back...but wait maybe not. The latest installment in Catherine Coulter's FBI series, #23 is "Labyrinth" a winding novel of two very different storylines. The novel opens with a nasty car accident that leave Sherlock with amnesia and a an injured, missing CIA analyst on the run. Without her memory, how can there be a Savich and Sherlock, much less the dynamic crime fighting duo? This story is fast moving and bring our chara...
  • Susan Staudinger
    4.25 STARSIn this 23rd installment to author Catherine Coulter’s FBI series, Savich & Sherlock find themselves embroiled in yet another twisted, complicated case that appears to be linked to the car accident that has left Sherlock with a concussion and amnesia. At the same time, Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith finds his vacation in Gaffer’s Ridge, Virginia, interrupted by a bizarre case involving the kidnapping of several young women, where...
  • Jennifer
    This is the 23 book in this series and I am so glad that she has gone back to this series! Loved that the original people from the earlier books were all in here so nice to see where they all ended up. In this one sherlock ends up with amnesia after she is in a car accident in which she hit a CIA agent that belonged to Bexholt Communications Security. Part of this book is about the ins and outs of the CIA agent and troubles with the Russians and ...
  • Jessi
    This book starts with a literal bang when Sherlock is t-boned at and intersection. As she is spinning out of control, she hits a man who then disappears. But what was he doing in the intersection in the first place? Adding to the mystery, Sherlock's head injuries are such that she gets amnesia and can't remember anything about what happened. In fact, she can't remember anything at all. At the same time, Agent Griffin Hammersmith is taking some ti...
  • Donna Hines
    What's not to love when you have so much going on in this new riveting yet heartbreaking action packed thriller?!It all begins with Agent Sherlock whose involved in a car accident that causes her to lose her memory after hitting CIA analyst Justice Cummings.Meanwhile her husband and boss is processing his emotions that are wildly out of control and wonders if perhaps leaving to work would be the best solution.As all this plays out Special Agent G...
  • Cheryl
    Appropriately titled! Two stories arch through and there are plenty of twists and turns. I love this series, some more than others she knocked this one out of the park. Small town redneck - go ahead, fall for that. Some creepy happenings and some powerful women. Rafter telling the FBI agent Griffin, "go ahead, mom will shine you " Sherlock and Savich cross into both story lines, The CIA analyst who Sherlock hits and the Gaffers Ridge. The plot wi...
  • Myarn
    Labyrinth by Catherine Coulter 5 starsThe is FBI Thriller #23 and it is non stop action. It is always a treat to visit with Savich and Sherlock and the dual plots in this book was exciting. On one hand you have possible espionage and national security on the line and on the other hand you have multiple kidnappings of teenage girls. The book start out with a car accident which gives Sherlock a concussion and amnesia. A car crashes into her car and...
  • Kim
    How could you not love a book that describes an FBI Agent’s hair color as “Titian”?! Catherine Coulter never disappoints, even when she is throwing you a curveball and running several plots and storylines within the pages of Labyrinth. To appropriate the author’s words, there are too many pieces to the puzzle, too many possible turns and Agents Savich, Sherlock, Hammersmith, and all those other characters I have come to love have a tough ...
  • Kathleen Gray
    Readers of this series (and don't worry- it's fine as a standalone) know that the best thing about it is the relationship between Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. This time out, though, Sherlock has been in an accident and is experiencing amnesia. She can't remember Savich and even worse, she doesn't remember their son. Patience...patience. At the same time, Sa Griffin Hammersmith finds himself in Gaffer's Ridge, West Virginia where Carson has j...
  • Paula Pugh
    Two stories, both serious on their own work together to form a labyrinth of deceit, lies and dead ends in searching for the truth and resolution.One story is of struck by the kidnapping of a teen girl with no leads but the coincidence of two other missing teen girls from neighboring towns. Enter a psychic woman with the power to affect minds. In the other story, a master plan to infiltrate and spy on the Federal Reserve meeting in order to benefi...
  • Pam
    Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for the opportunity to read and give an honest review of this book.This is another great adventure of FBI agents Savich and Sherlock.Things are complicated when Agent Sherlock is in a car accident causing her to experience amnesia. She has no recollection of her husband Agent Savichand their life together.There are actually two different cases that Sherlock and Savich are involved in.The first involves ...
  • Monica
    What an adventure. You have two different cases going on this book. You add to that Sherlock's amnesia and it makes for an interesting book to read. Though Sherlock can't remember anything she still has a brilliant mind. We head to a small town where Griffin is on vacation for all of 5 seconds before he's thrown into a new case. Dillon does everything to help Griffin while trying to figure out another mystery happening right in Washington, DC. Al...
  • D.K. Hundt
    I’ve been a huge fan of Catherine Coulter’s FBI Thriller series for years, books that can be read as standalone’s or in order. LABYRINTH is the twenty-third novel in the series, though I haven’t read the previous release, I had no trouble diving back into the lives of Special Agent’s Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, and many of the characters featured in previous books. The agents work on two different cases that are presented in alter...