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Overview

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.

On a Tuesday afternoon, Agent Sherlock is driving in downtown Washington when her Volvo is suddenly T-boned at an intersection. As her car spins out of control, a man’s body slams against her windshield and then—blackness. When she finally regains consciousness in the hospital, she’s told about the accident and the man she struck. No one knows yet who he is or where he is because he ran away. From DNA, they discover his name is Justice Cummings and he’s a CIA analyst at Langley…and he’s still missing.

Meanwhile, in the small town of Gaffer’s Ridge, Virginia, Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith rescues a kidnapped woman claiming her captor had probably murdered three missing teenage girls. However, the man she accuses is the local sheriff’s nephew and a member of a very powerful family, reputed to have psychic powers. When the sheriff arrests Griffin and the rescued woman, Carson DaSilva, he calls Savich for help. Together they have to weave their way through a labyrinth of lies to find the truth of a terrible secret.

“If there’s one thing that readers can count on in a Coulter novel it is that she always delivers amazingly eerie and complex thrillers” (RT Book Reviews), and Labyrinth is no different. With white-knuckled pacing and shocking twists and turns, this is another electrifying novel that will sink its teeth in you.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781543664645
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 07/30/2019
Series: FBI Thriller Series , #23
Edition description: Unabridged
Sales rank: 45,459
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Catherine Coulter is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of eighty-four novels, including the FBI Thriller series and The Brit in the FBI international thriller series, co-written with J.T. Ellison. Coulter lives in Sausalito, California, with her Übermensch husband and their two noble cats, Peyton and Eli. You can reach her at ReadMoi@gmail.com or visit Facebook.com/CatherineCoulterBooks.

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Labyrinth


  • WASHINGTON, D.C.

    LATE AUGUST

    TUESDAY, LATE AFTERNOON

    Sherlock had the next hour planned out to the minute. A quick stop at Clyde’s Market for mozzarella cheese for Dillon’s lasagna and some Cheerios for Sean’s breakfast tomorrow, then thirty minutes at the gym: fifteen minutes on the treadmill and some quick upper-body work, that is if she managed to avoid Tim Maynard, a newly divorced firefighter who kept putting the moves on her. She was bummed she couldn’t be with Dillon at the gym as usual, sweating her eyebrows off, but she’d been tied up in a meeting about the Mason Springs, Ohio, middle school murders. She thought of Agent Lucy McKnight, who’d been in the meeting with her until she had to run out to throw up. Lucy was four months pregnant now, nearly over the heaves, she had announced when she’d returned to the meeting, and everyone had applauded. Sherlock, Shirley, the CAU secretary and commandant, and Agent Ruth Noble were giving Lucy a just-beyond first-trimester party this Friday evening at Shirley’s condo. Not a baby shower, too early for that. Their gift to her would be two pairs of pants with elastic waists. Sherlock flashed back to her own pregnancy with Sean, how happy and terrified she’d been. Lucy had a good man in Agent Coop McKnight. What a wild ride the two of them had had before they’d hooked up.

    Sherlock had only enough time to jerk the wheel left, fast and hard, before the black SUV struck her passenger side. The impact hurled her Volvo into a parked sedan, and then spun her into the oncoming traffic. The world sped up, blurred into insanity. As if from a great distance, she heard horns honking, screaming metal, yells. Her Volvo struck the front fender of a truck, glanced off, hit a sedan trying to swerve out of her way, ricocheted off yet another swerving car. Her head slammed against the steering wheel an instant before the airbag exploded in her face. She heard a sharp thunk and saw only a flash of what looked like a body flying across the hood of the Volvo, and bouncing off her wildly spinning car. Her brain registered splattered blood on the windshield—she’d hit someone. He’d come out of nowhere. She looked at all the blood, so much blood. Hers? The person’s she’d hit? The world turned round and round, a whirling kaleidoscope of colors and shapes, until they ended when the Volvo’s rear end slammed into a fire hydrant. Her head was thrown violently forward into the bag and she was out.

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    Labyrinth 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 45 reviews.
    Anonymous 6 months ago
    The best of Catherine Coulter about Savich, Sherlock and their amazing FBI associates. Couldn't put it down.
    Anonymous 6 months ago
    another outstanding story by a truly enthralling author. i had this book on preorder. it arrived and nothing got done as i couldn't put it down. i hope there will be more to come. i have already read the series three times.
    Anonymous 6 months ago
    hard to put down, exciting, twisted. great story
    Philomath_in_Phila 4 days ago
    23rd book in the series ‏I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book so I could give an honest review. Back in 1996, The Cove, the 1st story in Catherine Coulter's FBI Thriller series was published. The 23rd book, Labyrinth was recently published. In the series, readers have been introduced to FBI thrillers with recurring characters. From what I have read about the series, the main characters are Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, a husband and wife team who are FBI agents. Although the series has been on my "want to read" list for many years, I have never read any books from the series. When given the opportunity to review Labyrinth, I jumped at the chance. I usually read the rest of the series before reviewing a book, but Labyrinth is the 23rd book in the series, so I decided to forgo my usual routine and read just the one book. Labyrinth could stand alone as a novel. The story was interesting and easy to follow. The characters were likable and well developed. Reading the earlier novels would help with understanding some of the references but it is not necessary. I will continue reading the series with the next book but will keep the earlier books on my "to read" list and try to catch up on the series. This 200-word review was published on Philomathinphila.com on 10/11/19.
    Anonymous 7 days ago
    wonderful.
    EileenHutton 9 days ago
    I always love digging into one of Catherine Coulter's FBI novels. You’re sure to be in for a wild ride! Agents Savich and Sherlock are thrown into a bizarre, complicated case after Sherlock’s car is t-boned at an intersection, and a man is thrown onto her windshield, only to disappear into the crowd. Agent Griffin Hammersmith is on vacation when he “hears” a young woman screaming for help. He rescues her from her kidnapper only to find himself drawn into a strange mystery. This is a fast and furious ride, and highly recommended.
    melissacab6 19 days ago
    Catherine Coulter is one of my favorite authors, and Sherlock and Savich as my favorite duo. I couldn't wait to read her new book Labyrinth. As usual, it is a fantastic book which is full of fun, mystery and a little romance. You won't go wrong if you purchase this book. You don't need to read the series to follow along, but why wouldn't you because this is one of the best series out there.
    Denice_L 3 months ago
    Savich and Sherlock are back in Catherine Coulter's newest installment of the FBI saga. As always, our two favorite FBI agents work multiple story lines while trying to maintain a personal space in a world where "personal" means something different to everyone. The back story of these two agents has given me many hours of great reading and Labryinth does not disappoint. As the stories move forward, it will surprise you when all is revealed. Treat yourself to a quiet space and an excellent saga.
    Anonymous 3 months ago
    as always outstanding hard to put down
    Anonymous 3 months ago
    I love it when I find a good book and can escape for a little while. This is one of those types of books. Kept me entertained, even with the "out there" parts. It was worth spending the time and money. It has been a long time since I have read a book from this author, but after I read this one I decided to go back and read the series before this.
    Digiecard 3 months ago
    Description: On a Tuesday afternoon, Agent Sherlock is driving in downtown Washington when her Volvo is suddenly T-boned at an intersection. As her car spins out of control, a man’s body slams against her windshield and then—blackness. When she finally regains consciousness in the hospital, she’s told about the accident and the man she struck. No one knows yet who he is or where he is because he ran away. From DNA, they discover his name is Justice Cummings and he’s a CIA analyst at Langley…and he’s still missing. Meanwhile, in the small town of Gaffer’s Ridge, Virginia, Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith rescues a kidnapped woman claiming her captor had probably murdered three missing teenage girls. However, the man she accuses is the local sheriff’s nephew and a member of a very powerful family, reputed to have psychic powers. When the sheriff arrests Griffin and the rescued woman, Carson DaSilva, he calls Savich for help. Together they have to weave their way through a labyrinth of lies to find the truth of a terrible secret. My Review: The 23rd installment in the FBI Thriller Book Series, Labyrinth is just as good as the previous twenty three books. Coulter delivers a suspenseful, engaging thriller novel that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Two story-lines run concurrently together, but don't worry they are actually easy to follow which is one of the reasons Coulter is a magician writer. The very beginning grabs at your heart and never lets go. When Savich receives that call, the one that many have heard about or even experienced, your heart stops. It's definitely heart-wrenching! This one includes corruption and psychic intimidation just the type of novels i enjoy reading. By the end of the book I wanted to go own to another one, but a alas that will be a while. I can't wait for book 24. I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest opinion, and I cannot say enough good things about this novel. A Must Read!!
    Anonymous 4 months ago
    excellent story good characters
    Anonymous 4 months ago
    excellent as always
    TropicalDelusions 5 months ago
    Labyrinth – Catherine Coulter I 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 windshield, but no victim is found at the scene. Who was he and what became of him? Agent Griffin Hammersmith is out visiting a college friend in Gaffer’s Ridge and is walking through the streets of the more remote sections of town when he hears a voice screaming for help. Taking a quick look around, he sees no one, and he heads for the nearest home to assist. Inside, Carson DeSilva, has managed to free herself from after being kidnapped and wrapped in duct tape, and is waving a broken piece of pipe at her captor as she yells for help. Griffin bursts through the door, distracting the kidnapper, who Carson then hits in the head, subduing him. When they call for help from the local police, they learn that then kidnapper is the sheriff’s nephew, and both Griffin & Carson find themselves locked up. Griffin calls Savich for help. As Griffin & Carson talk amongst themselves, he learns of her abilities, that seem to mirror his own – she had heard the kidnapper, Rafer Bodine, thinking about three missing girls, and how one of them had died hard. As the FBI descends upon the town of Gaffer’s Ridge and takes over the investigation, it appears that the entire Bodine family perhaps has something to hide…but what?? As both investigations continue, Sherlock struggles to overcome her injuries, as she and Dillon continue their search for the missing and injured pedestrian, they learn that he was a CIA analyst, and surmise that he is on the run…but from what? Meanwhile, during a search of the Bodine properties, Sherlock learns that the Bodine matriarch may have a few psychic secrets of her own… This is another series that I just cannot get enough of! Sherlock & Savich are like old friends that have come back to visit, each time I open the cover of a new book, and I just want the story to go on and on. Saying goodbye as I turn the last page is always so hard to do! Another, great, un-put-downable read from one of the best!!
    Anonymous 5 months ago
    For starters. I was a little disappointed that they had turned Anna into a an insecure twit. I had liked that chacter. I guess it just proves no past romances are set in stone! I did like Carson though, so that's, that!My issue is that I was under the impression that there was a connection with the cases. Unless I missed it (Which is possible). I didn't notice one, except for Savich, and Sherlock, but they're both in all of them. (Except The Cove). I've been reading this series since 1996 when the first one came out. Most are fabulous, but every now, and then you get a so, so one. This was above so, so for sure!Also, I'm just the reader. I have the easy part. It amazes me what wonderful stories authors are able to create from thin air. How much work, and time goes into one novel.Keep them coming. They're appreciated
    Anonymous 5 months ago
    luvluke6t6 5 months ago
    Labyrinth is the latest FBI Thriller about Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock and I loved every moment of the book. Catherine Coulter has once again delivered an amazing story. I love the story within the story that has become Catherine's trademark. Lacey is driving in her car when she is struck broadside by a car running a red light. As her car is spinning out of control, she hits a man, Justice Cummings. When Sherlock regains consciousness, she is suffering from amnesia. She does not remember anything about herself, her life, Dillon, or Sean. While this is happening in Washington, DC, Griffin Hammersmith is in Gaffer's Ridge, VA for some much needed vacation. While walking around after Gaffer's Ridge after eating lunch, he telepathically hears someone calling for help. Griffin rescues Dr. Carson DiSalvo from her kidnapper Rafer Bodine. Rafer kidnaps Carson after she telepathically hears him grumbling about three missing teen age girls. After the rescue, Griffin and Carson find themselves in jail for assaulting Rafer. Rafer's uncle is Booker Bodine, the Gaffer's Ridge sheriff. So Griffin and Carson start investigating the kidnappings and Rafer's involvement. Dillon and Lacey offer help to Griffin, then return home to investigate all the mystery surrounding Lacey's accident. It was a great story and a page turner. I could not put it down. I love the surprise twists that Catherine always adds to her books. Love that everything is resolved in the end.
    MonnieR 6 months ago
    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 because early on, Sherlock is involved in an auto accident that results in substantial memory loss - primarily of people. Her skills seem to be intact, so Savich has no real qualms about involving her in whatever he's investigating; but he also spends a ton of time trying to convince her (and himself) that she'll get her memory back, and that part, to me, is a bit overdone. After her car was hit, Sherlock's car spun out and, in turn, struck and wounded a man who they learn is a CIA agent being chased by a couple of (presumably) bad guys. Now, the goal is to find him and keep him safe - if in fact he's still alive. While all this is going on, another FBI teammate, Griffin Hammersmith, is grabbing some R&R in tiny Gaffer's Ridge, Virginia, when he "hears" distress cries from a damsel who's been kidnapped and stashed in a houxe he's passing by. When he rescues her, she says she heard her captor - whose family basically owns the town - admit to murdering three teenage girls who have gone missing recently. Needless to say, the man denies everything, putting Hammersmith and Dr. Carson DeSilva, the woman he saved, at serious odds with said powerful family. The two plots overlap here and there, allowing interaction among Savich, Sherlock, Hammersmith and deSilva, the latter a much-accomplished journalist. Also on display are the special psychic talents of Sherlock and Hammersmith, who share those abilities with select other characters who use it in not-so-friendly ways. All of this makes readers wonder: Who will win the war of the minds? How far up the CIA food chain does responsibility for Sherlock's accident reach? And will she ever remember the people she once loved, including Savich and their young son Sean? All in all, it's another fun adventure that is, as always, well worth reading.
    SarkuraCherryBlossom 6 months ago
    Title: Labyrinth Series: FBI #23 Author: Catherine Coulter July 30th 201 Genre: thriller 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 windshield and then—blackness. When she finally comes to, Sherlock has no memory of the accident, nor of the moments that led right up to it. But what she does know is that the man she hit is a local CIA analyst…and now he’s missing. Meanwhile, in the small town of Gaffer’s Ridge, Virginia, Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith has just rescued a kidnapped woman who claims her captor admitted to the murder of three teenage girls. However, the man she accuses is related to the local sheriff and a member of a very powerful family. Special Agent Hammersmith reaches out to Sherlock for help, and they soon realize that the disappearance of the CIA analyst is actually connected to the string of murders. But how? My thoughts rating: 5 Would You recommend it ? yes Will I read more of this series ? yes Would I read more by this author? yes Wow this one was way batter then the last one I read which was part of her series A Brit In The FBI , this one had a lot of stuff I like in a story , and I loved how some of the characters as well as the bad guys seem to have the presence of paranormal powers which add to the story and help make the story flow together even if there was two stories in one , but even that didn't take anything away form the story , in fact it made me want to keep on reading , with that said I want to say thank you to Netgalley for letting me read and review it.
    Anonymous 6 months ago
    Anonymous 6 months ago
    as always the advenures and cases that savich and sherlock become involved with do not disappoint. loved it
    Anonymous 6 months ago
    Suspenseful, humorous and well developed characters, Ms. Coulter has another great story!
    pseudosara 6 months ago
    Catherine Coulter‘s new book Labyrinth is gripping and tense. Sherlock suffers a concussion giving her amnesia, and she and Savich have to adjust to a new normal that they hope is temporary. They get embroiled in two cases in two cases, the first case is with the CIA and the second case is with Griffin Hammersmith. The plot is indeed labyrinthian. You’ll enjoy working your way through the maze with the FBI team.
    Loy3 6 months ago
    This is another good installment in the Sherlock and Savich FBI series. I have read them all. There are two stories here. One about Sherlock who is in a car wreck and a man’s body slams against her windshield. She is in the hospital with memory loss. At first, I thought this might not work but Ms. Coulter pulled it off nicely. The other story is Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith rescues a woman who was kidnapped by the nephew of sheriff and a member of a powerful family. Hammersmith calls Savich who is tied up with the accident with Sherlock. The book is fresh and well written. The story is fast paced and Sherlock even with memory loss handles everything. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book. Thank you, Net Galley,
    Anonymous 6 months ago
    I couldn't put this book down and read it in two days ! the characters are so interesting and well developed . I really enjoy reading Coulter 's books .