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Divided in Death (In Death, #18) - Community Reviews back

by J.D. Robb
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FVJen rated it 8 years ago
Eve and RoarkeOy. This was a rough one.
Meledstic rated it 8 years ago
Mind candy of the first degree. These are easy to get lost in for awhile and then hard to recall the story details not long after. Decent read.
I, the booklover
I, the booklover rated it 8 years ago
Real Rating: 3.5
mctclover rated it 9 years ago
There are plenty enough reviews out there that give the plot summary. So I'll just talk about my reactions. This was a very uncomfortable book, in that Roarke and Eve are again fighting over that which together makes them strong - most especially Roarke's immense love for Eve and his desire to make ...
Mitabird rated it 10 years ago
This was pretty good. I liked reading the issues between Eve and Roarke; it shows that they are far from perfect. It made me hope for a good, and realistic, resolution and I think it was accomplished. I also enjoyed the mystery, even though I guessed an aspect of it. 4.5 stars
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 14 years ago
I'm reading these books completely out of order. I read Naked In Death and its direct sequel quite a few years ago back when they were first released and then read this one. Surprisingly enough I wasn't confused all that much and actually remembered the dynamics of the Eve/Rourke relationship all th...
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it 15 years ago
Roarke seems to be a really awesome boss to work for - Reva can attest to this. If I can't have Roarke as a husband, as a boss, it's a second best. Especially if the person is a trusted rising star or a trusted security personnel. Sometimes it feels as if the lines of the black and white law for ...
Tina's Reading Books
Tina's Reading Books rated it 16 years ago
A man and his lover are stabbed to death in the middle of a tryst. Homicide Detective Eve Dallas is called to the scene and finds the man's wife standing over the bodies with their blood on her hands. She's got means, motive and opportunity. A slam dunk? Not really. The wife in question is Reva Ewin...
Barbara1951 rated it 50 years ago
Interesting to read this, for the first time, in my second time through the whole series. It was quite good, of course, but not one of my favorites. The ending was altogether too abrupt.
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