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Visions in Death - J.D. Robb
Visions in Death
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9780786554515 (0786554517)
Publisher: Penguin Putnam
Edition language: English
Series: In Death 6 (#19)
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The Book Gourmet
The Book Gourmet rated it
4.0 Visions in Death by J.D. Robb
Before she can change into her "work clothes" after an evening out with her husband, Lieutenant Eve Dallas is called to a crime scene in Central Park. There's a body under the Belvedere Castle. A woman's body, naked, bruised, raped, with a red ribbon tied snugly around her neck, her hands clasped be...
A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books
A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books rated it
3.0 Visions in Death (Robb)
This was a light and easy impulse read before I embark again on my more literary projects. I've read a couple of these "In Death" mysteries before; they're set in the 2050s in an entirely recognizable New York City. I had no trouble navigating the relatively minor tweaks that Robb introduces to make...
Trea's Journey for a Good Book
Trea's Journey for a Good Book rated it
5.0 Visions in Death (In Death #19)
This installment was amazing! The mystery was very well done, and I had no clue until the reveal as to who was the culprit! Also, there was an amazing twist in regards to the culprit! The realizations that Eve came to in regards to Peabody during the course of the investigation were both necessar...
Sheila's Reads
Sheila's Reads rated it
5.0 VISIONS IN DEATH by J. D. Robb
A serial killer is lose in NYC and he takes the eyes of the women he has raped and killed. Eve gets the case and she finds other cases of missing persons that may be related. She also has a psychic who tells her she has visions of the murders. It gets more personal when Peabody is attacked.I like th...
Cassandra Reads
Cassandra Reads rated it
3.5 Visions in Death [J.D. Robb]
The end of this book is completely random. Someone else is connected to this case and it just seems so surreal to me, even after reading it. Nothing else to say, really. Why are so many of Eve's cases sexual homicides?
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