The next high-octane thriller in the FBI series featuring Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock from # 1 New York Times–bestselling author Catherine Coulter.
When Special Agent Lacey Sherlock foils a terrorist attack at JFK airport, she thinks her job is done and turns the reins over to the New York FBI. But stopping the grenade-carrying crazy was only the beginning. Another plot unfolds nearly simultaneously with a bomb at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The terrorist at JFK refuses to speak to anyone but Sherlock. She heads back with counterterrorist Special Agent Cal McLain to try to get him to talk.
Meanwhile, Savich—with the help of Agent Griffin Hammersmith—has his hands full trying to track an elusive murderer who looks like a Hollywood Dracula. When Dracula’s attempts to kill Savich collide with Sherlock’s terrorist case, very strange things happen.
Who is really behind the bombing attack at St. Patrick’s? How does Savich’s mysterious killer fit into Sherlock’s terrorism investigation? Savich and Sherlock race against the clock, as more lives are in danger with every passing minute.
Bestseller Coulter's 19th FBI thriller (after 2014's Power Play) immediately immerses the reader in heart-stopping suspense. At New York City's J.F.K. Airport, a man waiting in the security line suddenly grabs a woman and brandishes a grenade. Fortunately, FBI agent Lacey Sherlock, who's nearby, manages to disarm him. No one is harmed. Less than an hour later, during a funeral service for a U.S. senator at Manhattan's St. Patrick's Cathedral, a quick-thinking priest seizes a backpack containing a time bomb, runs out the Fifth Avenue entrance, and tosses the bomb into the air just before it explodes. Miraculously, no one is seriously injured. Sherlock, declared a hero for her actions, spends much of the book trying to avoid the media, but others, including her FBI agent husband, Dillon Savich, focus on unmasking the fiend behind these two attacks and others in which each of the perpetrators appears to have been hypnotized or terrorized into acting. A supernatural element may not be to every taste.