Vortex by Catherine Coulter is full of twist and turns and suspense. Catherine Coulter is a master storyteller and her FBI series started in 1996. I have read and enjoyed all of the books in this 25 books series. Her books get you from the beginning. Despite the fact that there were two story lines going, you didn’t need to return to recall what was going on in each. This author perfectly knows how to get your attention and keep it. I likewise love the wonderful way she keeps characters from different books in each new book. It connects every one of them and makes them part of a family.
One thing I do appreciate most about this series is the way that there isn’t only one case being explored. It is more practical to juggle several balls and attempting to figure out what’s going on. Catherine Coulter did a great job with these storylines and I was consistently able to follow along. Since I have been following these stories, it feels good to be back with an FBI married couple, Savage and Sherlock. Despite the fact that this is the 25th book in the series, this book can undoubtedly be read as an independent.
In Vortex by Catherine Coulter we have three cases going on. Sherlock and attempting to solve a psychopathic serial killer case. Savage is managing the case of a CIA operative being focused on after an extraction in Iran and conceivable drug dealing and a mole in the operation. An investigative journalist revealing a few insider facts that the mayoral candidate for NYC wants to keep hidden which deals with a cold case.
I can highly recommend Vortex by Catherine Coulter. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did. Have you read all of the novels in the series? For some time, the writer utilized Savich’s ‘intuition’ or say ‘sixth sense’. However, that hasn’t been referenced in the last few books. I have to wonder whether that simply wasn’t a popular thing or then again if it was only simpler to write the stories with it. It unquestionably doesn’t detract from the story, yet – you need to wonder if somebody has a sixth sense, is there any valid reason why they wouldn’t utilize it constantly?
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