Overview: At JFK airport, a man threatens to detonate a grenade. Meanwhile, back in the D.C. area, a man is murdered–stabbed with a ceremonial knife. Too bad that two of the FBI’s more successful agents, Sherlock and her husband Savich, are on the case. Of course, two cases means that the couple is split for the most part. Sherlock is in New York dealing with the terrorist plot. And Savich is in Virginia, especially after a second body is found.
Story Telling: This is a murder mystery/suspense series. So far, it appears that each book stands on its own
Dislikes: The head of the Alcott family troubled me from the start. She struck me as a pot-stirrer. She liked to even rile her daughter-in-law up to the point of potential violence, as well as irritating many others.
And anyone who is willing to kidnap an entire family just to force one person to commit a terrorist act, is evil incarnate.
Likes: This is a dual story. If I had to pick just one enjoyable line, that would be Savich’s. Terrorism just isn’t fun to read about, whether it’s fictional or real. Perhaps I’m in the minority in this point. I enjoy the urban fantasies as well as the more realistic stories.
Cain Lewis’s brother-in-law, and boss, was a good man. He reminds me more of a by the book introvert, than a jealous man.
Griffon Hammersmith was fun to follow, as well as Cam. They made a fun trip on both story lines.
Favorite Character: Griffon could really think outside of the box. His quick wit saved a lot of time.
Favorite Scene: That was when Savich met with Delko. Both times were fun to read, though the end of the first meeting was
Conclusion: This is a fun story if you have an open mind. Enjoy it, and perhaps you might want to find other books in the series. I might try another one as well.