Apprentice in Death
Lieutenant Eve Dallas returns in a fast-paced new novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author J. D. Robb. Nature versus nurture... The shots came quickly, silently, and with deadly accuracy. Within seconds, three people were dead at Central Park’s ice skating rink. The victims: a talented... show more
Lieutenant Eve Dallas returns in a fast-paced new novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author J. D. Robb. Nature versus nurture... The shots came quickly, silently, and with deadly accuracy. Within seconds, three people were dead at Central Park’s ice skating rink. The victims: a talented young skater, a doctor, and a teacher. As random as random can be.Eve Dallas has
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: In Death 6 (#43)
It is so much fun to pick up a book, lose myself in the story within a paragraph or two and nor resurface until I’ve read every last word contained between the covers. It is also something I don't get to do nearly often enough but, invariably that's what happens when I pick up a new instalment in JD...
Well this is probably going to go down as one of my least favorite "In Death" books. I think the main reason is because after reading a lot of Jeffery Deaver and Michael Connelly the past two months, reading a JD Robb mystery/crime/romance novels is just not going to ring my bell. Usually I'm all ...
Forty-three books into the series (not counting the novellas, which I have read all but two), and I am still here for the gang from NYC circa 2061. Over the last ten books, some have kicked my reading ass in a good way (hello, Treachery in Death!), some have enraged me (Brotherhood in Death!), and s...
‘She’d expected another strike, but to have it hit under twenty-four hours from the first… A pattern, an agenda. Maybe a fricking mission. Killers on a mission didn’t stop until they’d completed it.’ Apprentice in Death was a nonstop, thrill-a-minute wild ride where Lieutenant Eve Dallas found her...
Double points for the adult fear: that was sucky parenting in a real every-day way. Love Eve's continuing dread over children and dolls.