Nemesis by Catherine Coulter
(G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2015, 400 pages)
Nemesis by Catherine Coulter is the 19th book in Coulter’s FBI Thriller series. Married FBI agents, Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, are each handling their own cases in this novel. Sherlock thwarts a terrorist attack at JFK Airport. Savich is involved in a case of a murder at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C. Neither the terrorist at JFK nor the murderer at the Rayburn House wanted to fulfill those roles, but were forced into playing them. Sherlock and Savich must find out who is behind the plots and put a stop to any future incidents.
Part of the plot of Nemesis involves the occult. Part of the plot of the previous FBI Thriller, Power Play, involved psychic ability. These elements have also been in some of her previous novels, but Coulter seems to be making greater use of them in her more recent novels.
As an added bonus, there is usually a love story in Coulter’s FBI Thriller novels. This novel is no exception. Coulter’s novels are quick reads and a nice way to spend a rainy day.