J.D. Robb is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling In Death series and the pseudonym for #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts. The futuristic suspense series stars Eve Dallas, a New York City police lieutenant with a dark past. Initially conceived as a trilogy, readers... show more
J.D. Robb is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling In Death series and the pseudonym for #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts. The futuristic suspense series stars Eve Dallas, a New York City police lieutenant with a dark past. Initially conceived as a trilogy, readers clamored for more of Eve and the mysterious Roarke. Secrets in Death, on sale September 2017, is the 45th entry in the series.
Birth date: October 10, 1950
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The teen-age daughter of a Captain in the Illegals Division is found murdered in her bed. The Captain asks for Eve Dallas to find the killer. This was a good one. Eve has a psychological profile of the murderer but no pictures. He has managed to bypass a Roarke system, which Roarke is not pleased ...
A priest dies while officiating a funeral mass. Eve is called in when it looks like he was poisoned. Who would want to kill a priest? Eve has to look into the priest's past to find out why the murder happened. Eve is more introspective in this one so there is not as much action as usual. She k...
Title: Golden in Death Series: In Death #50 Author: JD Robb Publish Date: February 4, 2020 Publisher: St. Martin's Press Format: Hardcover Page Count: 387 pages Source: Library Date Read: March 19-26, 2020 Review This was a strong installment in the series, but not one that was memorable. A story ...
I realized I'd skipped one of these when I read Golden in Death, so there I went to pass a bit more time and another roll of Snakes & Ladders. There was nothing new on this one case-wise, and little on Eve's people front but for and encore from Mavis.
Meh. What there was of mystery was pretty much solved about a half way in, and the rest was spinning, but whatever. It's been a while since I go through these for background entertainment while I do other stuff. It certainly never taxes my brain too much. I really liked the moment where Peabody ...