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, Suspense, Fiction

Reviews Labyrinth (FBI Thriller #23)

  • Tim
    This story would have been better with tighter editing and a shorter duration of amnesia. 6 of 10 stars!
  • Kat
    Another complex addition to Savich and Sherlock’s series. We start off with Sherlock getting into a car accident, which is significant for multiple plot reasons. Unfortunately, she suffers amnesia and has no idea who Dylan is. Whoops. So Dylan is the main player in this book as far as leading the action, which was the one thing I kind of missed (I love the Sherlock as competent bad-ass dynamic the two of them have when they’re both rocking to...
  • Monnie
    I'm a big fan of this series, in particular the FBI duo (and married couple) Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. Oh sure, they're always a little too "perfect," but I enjoy them, their interaction and respective talents - a lot. So it was that I looked forward to reading this, their 23rd adventure.And I have to say that while I enjoyed it, the whole thing seemed just a bit, well, sappy compared with others I've read. Much of that, I think, is becau...
  • Adrienne
    4.5. Would have been a 5 BUT the extended use of supernatural did, in my opinion, did not belong in an FBI thriller. BUT and I am sure many would agree - we face it in our own lives. Ie how many times do we know who is on the phone for us BEFORE we lift up the receiver. Or think of someone we have not seen for many years - only to bump into them within a few days. AND even more amazing we just continue the previous conversation. Incredible. The s...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Chris Conley
    I have been following Savich and Sherlock from the very first book. They keep me on my toes every time. These stories are always riveting. Yea!!!
  • Lynn Horton
    Labyrinth is a well-conceived and well-executed read for a rainy Sunday afternoon. Coulter is a pro, and although some of the "shining" stuff is a little far-fetched (to me), she makes psychic ability a believable part of a story full of twists and turns.Recommended.
  • Laura Rash
  • Stewart Tame
    Full disclosure: I won a free copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. This was my first exposure to Catherine Coulter’s work. I gather that it's part of a series, but it was quite newbie-friendly. Each (presumably) series character got enough of an introductory scene that I didn't feel left out, and, as far as I can tell, nothing major from previous books was spoiled.Agent Sherlock literally crashes into a case when she gets into a traffic a...
  • Jen
    My apologies, but I can't suspend my disbelief with the law enforcement officers in this book and how they "work" their cases. They are all unbelievable and I would not hesitate to say incredibly unprofessional. (If you need an example, when our main heroes were rescuing one of their own, who was written out of the character of a real FBI agent who would have realized it was a trap and left, but then the plot wouldn't have moved forward, now woul...
  • Carolyn
    One of my very favorite series. The wait between books is always a long one, but always worth the wait. I especially love when the main characters, Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, play prominent roles in the story lines. They are such terrific characters. Well, this book in the series more than fulfilled all my wishes. Right from the very first page, I was spellbound. As always, it was a roller coaster ride of epic proportions. Oh Sherlock! Yep...
  • Christie
    Good Savich and Sherlock book. Love that they play a main part in this book and not just in the periphery like others. Because I read so many novels, I forgot most of this series (all?) involve a psychic element. It’s getting kind of old IMO. Wish these awesome characters had more cases without that. But good character development over the series and an interesting twist regarding Sherlock in this one. When it’s done right, like here, it’s ...
  • Carol
    My first book by this author. I am not overly impressed. Two cases unrelated never come together. Long drawn out stories with abrupt endings.Just kind of left me hanging.Mundane adjectives & adverbs bored me. Definitely not what I’d expect from a NYT’s best seller. My first book by this author. I am not overly impressed. Two cases unrelated never come together. Long drawn out stories with abrupt endings.Just kind of left me hanging.Mundane ...
  • Rick Molitor
    This is a really good thriller. It kept me up last night until I finished it. It is two mysteries in one with the mysteries being separate but the characters being intertwined. Lots of action. It will keep you on the edge of your seat.
  • 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...
  • Sandy Bartles
    This is a fabulous book with two separate stories changing back and forth. One of the stories had me a little confused at first, but I caught up with it pretty fast. Catherine Coulter kept me so absorbed I didn’t want to put the book down. It was exhilarating and exciting. I highly recommend this book!I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley.
  • nancy cashmere
    CONFUSINGTwo separate plots that are not solved by Savich and Sherlock in their ways. The story is not clear until the letter from Savich in the end. Hopefully the next book will not be in the same vein.
  • Denny
    DNF. Writing style is laborious and too many similes for my taste. Cheesy and unrealistic dialogue with a sprinkle of cliche. How has this series managed to last for so long?
  • Barbara Rogers
    Series: FBI Thriller #23Publication Date: 7/30/19Number of Pages: 512Another exciting, non-stop, action-packed adventure! As always, there are two different cases to solve – and I can’t decide which one I thought was better, because they were both great. Yes, we have another winner to add to this impressive series.One case involves treason – Oh! My! As Sherlock is driving toward the gym to meet Savich, her car is t-boned by a black SUV. Her...
  • Michelle Lutz
    Labyrinth by Catherine Coulter is a story about an FBI Agent Lacey Sherlock who was in a terrible car crash. When she wakes up in the hospital she has no memory of who or where she is. Her husband is a Special Agent his name is Dillon Savich, he is struck with the realization that his wife no longer remember him or their life together. As time goes by Lacey discovers that she has a special was of participating in an FBI investigation, but still n...
  • 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...
  • Amy
    I am sad to say that although I love this series, I did not enjoy this book, at all, but I'm giving it two stars, because I did finish it, barely.First, I listened to it, so imagine my surprise when I did not hear the usual voices of MacLeod Andrews & Renaee Raudman, the readers of most of the rest of this series. I was immediately turned off, but I stuck with it, anticipating a great story!As I said, I love this series - the supporting cast almo...
  • Reda.
    This book is so cheesy and badly written that it hurts.
  • Pamela Small
    2.75 rounded downCatherine Coulter is inconsistent in her writing style. I loved her early works (The Cove, The Maze). Then she started a paranormal theme, which I do not care for. This book is no exception. A major problem in this novel is there are two story lines, that the reader needs to keep straight as each chapter jumps from one story to the other, back and forth, back and forth..... enough to make one dizzily confused at best. Endeavoring...
  • Gerri
    I sure am in the minority with my rating of this novel. Truth be told, this book exhausted me with its many characters (who added nothing to the plot), far too much unnecessary dialogue, info and the repetition drove me nuts. Have read other Coulter novels and loved them but this one just didn’t do it for me. Was almost a DNF but I kept thinking it would get better. Began skimming many pages looking for the same great writing from previous book...
  • 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!
  • Tami Vogel
    Gaaaaaaaahhhhh. Why can't I remember to not pick up these books?? I even have it on my "no more books by" list. DNF.
  • 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...