Witness in Death (In Death 10)
There was always an audience for murder. Opening night at New York's New Globe Theatre turns from stage scene to crime scene when the leading man is stabbed to death right on centre stage. Now Eve Dallas has a high profile celebrity homicide on her hands. Not only is she primary detective, she's... show more
There was always an audience for murder. Opening night at New York's New Globe Theatre turns from stage scene to crime scene when the leading man is stabbed to death right on centre stage. Now Eve Dallas has a high profile celebrity homicide on her hands. Not only is she primary detective, she's also a witness - and when the press discovers that her husband, Roarke, owns the theatre, there's more media interest than either can handle. The only way out is to move fast. Question everyone - and everything. And in the meantime, try to tell the difference between the truth - and really good acting...
Publish date: 2004-07-29
Publisher: Piatkus Hb/Tpb
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Another amazing book in this series, I love every moment I spend with this cast. Roarke and Eve are not officially my fave couple in the contemporary literature world. They are just so real, in all their imperfections and flaws, and I love that they still stumble in their relationship, and even the ...
Been a while since I've read one of this series. Had forgotten how enjoyable the characters are. A murder on stage in front of an audience sets up the crime.
This one's a little odd, everyone had motive and the murder was on stage in front of hundreds (thousands?) of people, including Eve. I don't think I'm going to have that much to say about this one. This is another one that I didn't really remember, so I wasn't sure who'd done it or why. Eve fig...
4.5 starsEve & Roarke are such a wonderful couple and even though this is their tenth book, their relationship is still growing and changing. Eve really stretched herself in proving her love for Roarke. It was very sweet & endearing. Two words I never thought I'd associate with Eve. I loved it. On t...
I forgot how much I enjoyed this one until I listened to the audio. This is an homage to the classic mysteries of Agatha Christie and it's a good, old-fashioned whodunit.