Vengeance in Death
He is an expert with the latest technology...a madman with the mind of a genius and the heart of a killer. He quietly stalks his prey. Then he haunts the police with cryptic riddles about the crimes he is about to commit--always solved moments too late to save his victims' lives. Police... show more
He is an expert with the latest technology...a madman with the mind of a genius and the heart of a killer. He quietly stalks his prey. Then he haunts the police with cryptic riddles about the crimes he is about to commit--always solved moments too late to save his victims' lives. Police lieutenant Eve Dallas found the first victim butchered in his own home. The second lost his life in a vacant luxury apartment. The two men had little in common. Both suffered unspeakable torture before their deaths. And both had ties to an ugly secret of ten years past--a secret shared by none other than Eve's new husband, Roarke.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 1997
Pages no: 357
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
, Romantic Suspense
Series: In Death 6 (#6)
A madman is taunting Lieutenant Eve Dallas, providing riddles for her to solve and maybe save his next victim, all the while claiming he's doing God's work. God's work that turns out to be nothing but revenge for something Eve's husband Roarke had done fifteen years ago... Yet another gripping, ...
Six books in, and I am still loving this series!
This story brought back all the fun times of Eve and Dallas, and had lots more Summerset Full Review to come
Eve is tagged for a murder of a man Roarke knew in Dublin as he grew up. Then a second murder occurs. This man also has a past connection to Roarke. As Eve investigates she learns more of Roarke's past. Can she live with it or will she go all cop on Roarke?I like that we see more of Roarke's past an...
Vengeance in Death combines religion with Roarke's past. There were to many possible suspects for the reader to make a guess and even as I was reading it, I couldn't remember the ending. That's likely a good thing, since these books wouldn't be half as much fun to read if I remembered everything th...