The latest installment of Catherine Coulter’s FBI thriller series came out two weeks ago. There are twenty-five books in the series, and while all books feature Dillon Savich, it is from book two onwards that we also see Lacey Sherlock (his wife).

The latest installment in the series is ‘Vortex’, and it starts right off with a murder/mystery before moving to the present time.

Seven years ago, a college student vanished from a party never to be seen again.

While, everyone moved on with his or her lives–a few blurry pictures from that night has one person vowing to figure out what happened to her friend.

Though she’ll have to tread carefully, as there could be political ramifications to solving a seven-year-old mystery.

What happens when the routine ‘extraction’ of an agent goes sideways?

The FBI is called into investigate when there is an attempt on one of the survivors back in DC.

These are just two of the mysteries that Special Agent Dillon Savich and his wife Special Agent Lacey Sherlock try to unravel, in addition to a triple homicide and unearthing a ‘mole’ within one of the agencies.

I love Catherine Coulter’s FBI series, as each book introduces new characters and at the same time revisits some old friends from previous books. Each book in the series is a stand-alone book, though at times it can be beneficial to read them in order. Though I would like to know if Special Agent James Quinlan (and his wife) are going to make any guest appearances in future books.

I give Vortex five out of five stars, and highly recommend it to everyone who enjoys a good mystery.