Image of TailSpin (FBI Thriller, No. 12)


Image of TailSpin (FBI Thriller, No. 12)

Married FBI duo Sherlock and Savich are back to face more crafty killers. Two separate but oddly similar cases are their focus. Part of what makes this series so consistently entertaining is that Coulter introduces a new hero and heroine with each story while still providing the familiar fun of old favorites.

After finally meeting her biological father, Rachael Janes is fighting for her life after being drugged, weighted and thrown in a lake. She survives and goes into hiding, which unexpectedly leads her to FBI agent Jack Crowne when she witnesses his emergency landing of a sabotaged plane. FBI agents Sherlock and Savich are brought in to try to figure out which one of a psychiatrist's patients is trying to kill Jack's passenger.

All three FBI agents immediately realize that Rachael is lying and hiding things, but they don't expect someone to start shooting at her. Realizing she needs help, Rachael reveals the truth about her father. Suddenly the FBI's crack team has two high-profile cases to solve. (PUTNAM, Jun., 403 pp., $25.95)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith