Sunday, April 1, 2018

Enigma (FBI Thriller #21) by Catherine Coulter

First she's held captive in her own home by a mad man, then her water bursts and her baby coming is coming.  The mad man said he was trying to protect her.  She has no idea what he's talking about but when her baby is stolen from the hospital she thinks he was telling the truth!

Gallery Books sent me a copy of this book to read for review (thank you).  It has been published and you can grab a copy now.  You can also enter the giveaway listed at the end of the blog to get a copy.

A murderer has been broken out of jail, so the FBI is in the area.  They are travelling cross country following the couple he's with.  Liam is not a kind man.  Even the ones rescuing him don't like him.

The FBI also gets involved in the baby case because an agent had saved the mother from death.

Everyone is dangerous and more than one person is dealing death.  You have an experimental scientist, Russians, and more involved.  For every one person they save, another dies.  As the FBI follows the trail, they find a woman that doesn't exist, a banking scheme, blackmail and more.  

Nothing Catherine Colter writes is simple; there are mysteries within mysteries.  Her endings also always make you wonder just how everything is going to turn out.  Will you see those characters again?  How did they get away?

This fast paced story with more facets than a diamond ring has.  Almost everything is tied together even if tenuous.  To live in this world, you'd have to be happy to live on adrenaline!

Gallery Books will send two books out to readers who enter my giveaway.  US only, please.  Please email your name and address to info@bookfaerie.com to enter.  I will pick a winner in a week.

3 comments:

Carole said...

Not the Russians! Thanks!

Michele Morin said...

How wonderful that you are a bookseller on line! What a great way to turn your love of reading into a career!

Jo Ann Hakola said...

I've been reading since I was three and I was afraid I wouldn't be able to buy new books when I retired. Now I get to read almost everything I want for fee! It's a sweet deal for me.