In New York City in 2059, someone is pursuing missing gems from a decades-old heist...someone who's willing to kill for them. Sharp-witted and sexy, NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas is used to travelling in the shadowy corners outside the law. And in a future where crime meets cutting-edge technology,... show more
In New York City in 2059, someone is pursuing missing gems from a decades-old heist...someone who's willing to kill for them. Sharp-witted and sexy, NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas is used to travelling in the shadowy corners outside the law. And in a future where crime meets cutting-edge technology, she will attempt to track down the diamonds once and for all-and stop the danger and death that have surrounded them for years.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 23rd 2010
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
Series: In Death 6 (#17)
Almost sixty years after the heist in Hot Rocks, the quarter of the diamonds that has never been recovered is back in the limelight thanks to the book written by Laine and Max Gannon's granddaughter who comes home from her book tour to find her house sitter dead...Someone is obviously determined to ...
This was a bit of a departure from the normal Eve Dallas books and I really enjoyed it. Loved the intrigue about the story that happened 50 years previously crossing over into Eve's world. I haven't read the back story on this because I didn't realize that there actually was one until I was finis...
Great story, as usual. Curious to see how it basically spoils the main plot points of Hot Rocks that Nora Roberts published two years later.
I only started remembering this one within the last couple of chapters. I first read it in Remember When, which also has the first part of the story (set in 2000) about the diamond heist. That's been several years ago, so I'm not surprised that I don't remember this one all that well. I don't hav...
Im a sucker for anything from the In Death series.I just love all these characters.Story wise it played out smooth although some parts were obvious enough. Still kept me entertained all the way through.