A Reader's Opinion: THE MAZE by Catherine Coulter


THE BOOK

An FBI Thriller

 

A READER'S OPINION

The Maze is a fast-paced, thrilling adventure you won't want to miss. Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich are fascinating characters who play an integral role in the FBI thrillers. For those who started with book one, you've already met Savich, and boy am I glad Coulter decided this hunky hero was worthy of his own book and ongoing mysteries. Lacey has led a somewhat complicated and interesting life, which has culminated in joining the FBI and seeking revenge for her sister's murder.

Lucky for her, she doesn't have to find justice on her own.

Dillon is swoon-worthy, no doubt, but he's made up of all these wonderful layers, and as soon as you dig a little deeper, you realize just how great a guy he is. Together, Dillon and Lacey have some wild obstacles to overcome in order for Lacey to find peace and move on with her life. The Maze is worth the price of admission.

 

Star Rating: 5 Stars | Content Rating: 4 1/2 Hearts | Reviewed by: MK McClintock


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BOOK SYNOPSIS

Lacey Sherlock's life is forever changed when her older sister's body is discovered in an abandoned warehouse. She is the fourth victim of the String Killer, the name given by the media to a murderer who leads his victims into a maze with a ball of twine. 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.

Series: An FBI Thriller (Book 2)

Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages

Publisher: Jove (April 1, 1998)

 

Format Read: Mass Market Paperback | Source: From the reviewer's personal library.

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