Purity in Death (In Death #15)
We seek only the purity of justice. By the time this message reaches you, the first execution will have taken place. New York, the summer of 2059, and the unbearable heat drives everyone to the very edge of madness. So when homicide lieutenant Eve Dallas is called to a violent attack by a... show more
We seek only the purity of justice. By the time this message reaches you, the first execution will have taken place. New York, the summer of 2059, and the unbearable heat drives everyone to the very edge of madness. So when homicide lieutenant Eve Dallas is called to a violent attack by a deranged man, she thinks she's in control. She couldn't be more wrong. Someone is managing to spread insanity like a virus, forcing targeted criminals to lose their minds. But with a method of execution so unpredictable and brutal that even those behind it are starting to panic, Eve must act decisively. Faced with a spiders-web of betrayal protecting those responsible, Eve is forced to fight back and fight dirty.
Publish date: January 1st 2012
Publisher: Piatkus Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: In Death 6 (#15)
Someone is killing the dregs of society by remote. The shadowy group calling themselves the Purity Seekers has appointed itself judge, jury and executioner for crimes committed against children...But when an innocent bystander, a cop doing his job trying to find the computer virus that is suddenly i...
Purity in Death - J.D. Robb *4.5 STARS* I really love this series. I love Susan Eriksen narrating it even more.This whole concept of the Purity Seekers was eerie and so fitting even for today. It was interesting. People thinking that they have the right of it and go out and make their own justi...
A terrorist group is taking out those they judge to have been freed by the law. Eve has to stop the group. This is one book where Eve is so vulnerable. Her feelings are so close to the surface and her team is learning that Eve isn't as hard as she lets on. Of course, she saves the day with Roarke an...
Not sure how useful this review is going to be, I'm already half done with my re-read of the next book Portrait in Death so I'm a little worried I'm going to confuse the two. I did find Eve and Roarke's disagreement about the victims deserving their fate almost ironic. Roarke thinks they did and ...