Divided in Death (In Death, #18)
Found alone on the streets as a child, Eve Dallas has built a new identity and a new future as a cop. Now the hard-edged and coolheaded detective fights for truth and justice, but she still has one very human weakness-enigmatic Irish billionaire, Roarke. And when a trusted employee of Roarke... show more
Found alone on the streets as a child, Eve Dallas has built a new identity and a new future as a cop. Now the hard-edged and coolheaded detective fights for truth and justice, but she still has one very human weakness-enigmatic Irish billionaire, Roarke. And when a trusted employee of Roarke Enterprises is a suspect in a double-homicide, Roarke comes to Eve for help. Reva Ewing was a former member of the Secret Service, and now a security specialist for Roarke Enterprises-until she was found standing over the dead bodies of her husband, renowned artist Blair Bissel, and her best friend. But Lieutenant Eve Dallas believes there was more to the killing than jealous rage-all of Bissel's computer files were deliberately corrupted. To Roarke, it's the computer attack that poses the real threat. He and Reva have been under a code-red government contract to develop a program that would shield against techno-terrorists. But this deadly new breed of hackers isn't afraid to kill to protect their secret-and it's up to Lieutenant Eve Dallas to shut them down before the nightmare can spread to the whole country.
Publish date: January 26th 2004
Publisher: Putnam Adult
Pages no: 357
Edition language: English
Series: In Death 6 (#18)
This is probably one of my favorites in the series, and, if I'm being honest, I didn't think it would be. I knew going in that there was going to be a big "Issue-with-a-capital-I" between Eve and Roarke, and I didn't want to read it. Even though I knew it'd all be alright in the end. But, I did, a...
Roarke's admin, Caro, calls him in the middle of the night, begging for his, and Eve's, help. Her daughter, and one of Roarke's techno experts, is sitting in the middle of a double homicide; the victims are her husband and her best friend, naked and butchered in bed together. It looks like a simple...
Homeland Security seemingly sets up Roarke's employee to take the fall for her husband's murder. Roarke asks Eve to step in to ensure the real murderer is caught.I like that Eve has a growing family. I am amazed as I read how much Roarke's emotions are shown. I also like how Roarke can read Eve and ...
Not much to say about this one. The murders in this book link back to a government agency, so that makes things a little sticky for Eve (not that she really cares, but it was a little worrying). Both her and Roarke learn a little more about their fathers and what they learn about Eve's father caus...
This book was a difficult one for Eve and Roarke, because they had a huge argument and I was concerned for a moment about their relationship. I liked the idea of showing they are normal people and fight just like everybody else. Eve had a hard time with this case because she discovered a few things ...
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