Innocent in Death (In Death, #24)
Publish date: October 10th 2007
Publisher: Large Print Pr
Pages no: 570
Edition language: English
Series: In Death 6 (#24)
A young teacher is killed via poisoned home-made hot chocolate, but Lieutenant Eve Dallas's gut tells her it wasn't the man's wife...Then another man, also a teacher, is killed, tranqued and drowned in the school swimming pool. There's no apparent motive for both murders, no apparent killer who'd w...
Innocent in Death is number 24 of J.D. Robb’s “In Death” series and my introduction to the books. It’s the year 2060 and lieutenant Eve Dallas has taken a case involving a young teacher’s murder. The case seems like a standard poisoning, but Eve is having trouble building a good list of possible s...
Enjoyed this one - it's set in the (apparently) harmless milieu of a school, so it has a somewhat different feel from the usual mean streets mystery, and a "wow, I didn't think she was going to go there" for the identity of the killer. The future setting continues to be more amusing than jarring.
This is book 24 in the In Death series. I wouldn't recommend starting with this one, although if you're interested in plot summaries of earlier ones, I've reviewed most of the previous ones on the blog.Craig Foster is planning a history quiz for his pupils at a New York private school while having l...
This book turns out to be really creepy. That's really the only thing I can think to say about this one at the moment. (I forgot this was in my drafts, so the plan had been to write a whole review but It's not going to happen a week later)
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