Catherine Coulter Books 2019! Labyrinth

Catherine Coulter Books 2019 – This book is the number one best-selling FBI Thriller series in the New York Times. The story goes back to another tour de force where Agent Sherlock risks losing his career – and his sanity – over cases that are more complicated and crooked than he ever encountered.

What makes the reader like this book? A comment was found after he read the book Labyrinth by Catherine Coulter. It started with a little action, a lot of mystery and then a twist with Sherlock that immediately attracted me to this book. I liked the initial scene with Dillon and him and the problems they faced, especially Sherlock. And I sat for a thrilling thriller.

Catherine Coulter Books 2019 Labyrinth

Product details

  • Series: An FBI Thriller (Book 23)
  • Hardcover: 512 pages
  • Publisher: Gallery Books (July 30, 2019)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1501193651
  • ISBN-13: 978-1501193651
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.7 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 80 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #538 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Content summary

Top New Books August 8th, 2019 is a new book published in July 2019 with the title Labyrinth by Catherine Coulter new books 2019. The story summary of the book the last second by Catherine Coulter is very interesting to read next. On a dark night, Agent Sherlock was driving along a circular mountain road in West Virginia when his car suddenly boned at an intersection. When the car spins out of control, a man’s body slams the windshield of his car and then – darkness. When he finally regains consciousness, Sherlock has no memory of the accident or the moments that lead to it. But what he does know is that the man he hit was a local CIA analyst … and now he’s missing.

Meanwhile, in the small town of Gaffer’s Ridge, Virginia, Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith recently rescued a kidnapped woman who claimed her captor confessed to the killing of three teenage girls. However, the man he accused was related to the local sheriff and a very strong family member. Special Agent Hammersmith contacted Sherlock for help, and they soon realized that the disappearance of the CIA analyst was actually linked to a series of murders. But how?

“If there is one thing that readers can rely on in Coulter’s novel, he always gives a scary and complicated sensation” (RT Book Reviews), and Labyrinth is no different. With white pacing and surprising twists and turns, this is another electrification novel that will drown you.

Editorial Reviews

The last-second books by Catherine Coulter 2019.

Praise for Catherine Coulter’s FBI Thrillers.

“The 23rd installment in Catherine Coulter’s FBI Thriller series comes out this summer, and you’re going to want to grab a copy.” (Bustle)

“Catherine Coulter is one of the bonafide rockstars of the thriller genre, and her last book, Paradox, was as good as anything she’s written. Labyrinth promises to be another ‘white-knuckled’ thriller, which means Coulter’s fans better get their pre-ordering on nice and early.” (The Real Book Spy)

“Pulse-pounding…Coulter fans will have a tough time putting this one down.” (Publishers Weekly)

“Compelling characters, a timely plot, and international intrigue conspire to keep pages turning.” (Criminal Element)

“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)

“Action is nonstop … Perfect reading for the beach and beyond.” (Booklist)

“Bestseller Coulter is at the top of her game in her 21st FBI thriller featuring married agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock (after 2016’s Insidious).” (Publishers Weekly)

About the Author: Catherine Coulter FBI series

Books like Catherine Coulter FBI series.

Catherine Coulter is the author of over 84 novels, including 79 New York Times bestsellers, occasionally, after exhaustive prayers, hitting #1. She earned her reputation writing historical romances to pass the time while aboard the ark. She added suspense thrillers to her repertoire – with great success. The Cove, the first book in her bestselling “FBI Suspense Thriller Series” spent nine weeks on the New York Times list and has to date sold well over 3 million copies. Since then she’s written 23 more bestselling thrillers in the FBI series, including The Maze, The Target, The Edge, Riptide, Hemlock Bay, Eleventh Hour, Blindside, Blowout, Point Blank, Double Take, Tailspin, Knockout, Whiplash, Split Second, Backfire, Bombshell, Power Play, Nemesis, Insidious, Enigma, and Paradox. Her 23rd FBI thriller LABYRINTH is set to be released July 30th, 2019, in all formats. Coulter also has another suspense thriller series – A Brit in the FBI – co-written with bestselling author JT Ellison. The 6th book in this action-packed series, The Last Second, came out in March 201.

For Coulter’s first novel, The Autumn Countess, he chose the Regency setting for his debut because, Coulter said, “as any writer will say to you, it is best to limit the unknowns in the first book, and not just I have grown up reading Georgette Heyer, whom I worship, but I earned my MA in the early 19th century European History and could fight in Napoleon’s army, or join the Allies and defeat him with Wellington. “

After the Autumn Countess, Coulter wrote six Regency novels. He then turned to a long history and finally interspersed them with contemporary suspense novels, starting with False Pretenses in 1988, his first hardcover.

Coulter grew up on a horse farm in Texas, and graduated from the University of Texas, receiving a bachelor’s degree from Boston College. He became a speechwriter on Wall Street, then, for his excitement, he could quit his job and become a full-time writer

Excerpt for LABYRINTH by Catherine Coulter 2019

1. Washington, Excerpt Books 20019 for LABYRINTH by Catherine Coulter

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 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 Masons 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 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 a black SUV struck her passenger side. The impact hurled her Volvo into the car beside her, 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 parked sedan, glanced off, hit another car trying to swerve out of her way. 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 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 he’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. Paradox Catherine Coulter books 2019.

2. Virginia, Excerpt Books 20019 for LABYRINTH by Catherine Coulter

Gaffer’s Ridge, Virginia

Wednesday afternoon

Catherine Coulter regency series books 2019. Carson DeSilva didn’t want to die. When she awoke, her head pounding from the blow, she found herself propped up against a concrete wall. She couldn’t move. She held still until the pain began to lessen. She saw her legs were straight out in front of her, her ankles bound tight with duct tape. Her arms were pulled behind her, her wrists taped together, with more duct tape, she imagined, and her hands and arms ached fiercely. She forgot the pain in her head as terror from the attack froze her. Her world shrank, turned dark, and she knew deep down more violence was coming. She would die, simply die, and no one would know. She was only twenty-eight years old and she’d be dead, simply gone. Forever. Despair slammed deep. She wanted to scream, howl at the unfairness of it all, but she didn’t have enough spit in her mouth to make it worthwhile.

Stop it, Carson! You can figure this out, you always do. Don’t you dare give up or I’ll disown you? It was her mother’s voice, usually bright as Christmas bells, but now it was low and persistent in her ear—Carson, get yourself together, handle the head pain, you can do this, get yourself free, you have no choice.

And so she forced herself to take deep breaths to slow down her galloping heart. She could handle the pain in her head. She could do this. Her mother was right, she had no choice.

She looked around. She was in a basement—a concrete floor, naked pipes overhead, an ancient refrigerator against the far wall maybe fifteen feet away, beside the dozen wooden stairs leading up into shadows. Luckily, he’d left on the naked low-watt bulb overhead or she’d be blind as well as duct-taped. She saw a stainless-steel double sink on the far wall, shelves above it lined with cobwebbed mason jars and defunct tools, other odds and ends of a past life. She shuddered at the thought of what was in those decade-old jars. There was nothing else, only the overwhelming stench of stale dead air. Was this basement in his house? The man who’d attacked her? Yes, she knew who’d struck her down, even though he’d bashed her on the back of the head. It was the same man she’d heard thinking about her loud and clear as she’d stood in front of Ellerby’s Market, two bags of groceries in her arms. She’d nearly stumbled over with the shock. It was amazing, impossible, that it was happening again right in front of a grocery store in the small Southern town of Gaffer’s Ridge, of all places. She’d only just arrived from New York for a few days’ stays to interview a Nobel Prize-winning scientist for her employer, Aquino Communications. It was as if he’d been inside her head, or she in his. It had happened to her a few times before, always unbidden, always unexpected. She’d gasped with shock at what she’d heard, and whispered, “The girls—what did you do to the girls?” He’d have had to be blind not to see her alarm, deaf not to have heard her words.