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by J.D. Robb
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Robin Loves Reading
Robin Loves Reading rated it 2 years ago
Eve and Dallas have barely been able to celebrate their first Christmas together. In this brief story, in novella length, Eve is after yet another killer. As always, Roarke is at her side while she works hard at finding the madman behind a series of brutal murders, and as Eve is one of his targets, ...
Robin Loves Reading
Robin Loves Reading rated it 2 years ago
Eve and Dallas have barely been able to celebrate their first Christmas together. In this brief story, in novella length, Eve is after yet another killer. As always, Roarke is at her side while she works hard at finding the madman behind a series of brutal murders, and as Eve is one of his targets, ...
The Book Gourmet
The Book Gourmet rated it 4 years ago
On Christmas day, mere hours after she caught the murderous Santa, Lieutenant Eve Dallas is called to yet another crime scene...The killer has left a message and she's his ultimate goal. A bit different from the rest of this series, since the killer's identity is known from the get-go. What we're ...
A Reading Vocation
A Reading Vocation rated it 5 years ago
Around the Year Reading Challenge Item #24: A "Between-the-Numbers" book of a seriesThis was pretty much what you'd come to expect in a J.D. Robb book, except shorter. There is no who-dun-it because Eve knows who the killer is -- an escaped convict that she put behind bars three years ago. The tensi...
Banana's Book Blog
Banana's Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
I actually didnt realize that this was also a Christmas story. What can I say, Eve having to solve a mystery of a man she already put behind bars, was different, and I think that the fact that she was so close to some of the victims, made everything worse. Kinda sad that we didnt get as many of my f...
Fiordiligii
Fiordiligii rated it 7 years ago
Quite entertaining, but I do prefer the long stories. Problem is, when reading a series I feel practically committed to read EVERY mini-novella, talk about obsessive compulsive reading behaviour. I go with a B because nothing new between Eve and Roarke happens, I hope that's saved for the full lengt...
Cassandra Reads
Cassandra Reads rated it 8 years ago
This one is less of a mystery, since the reader already knows who the killer is. He's a serial killer that Eve helped put away several years before the start of this book. This one starts Christmas day, after everything that happened in Holiday in Death, just the day before, you'd think Eve would ...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 8 years ago
Eve had brought down David Palmer years ago, he's back and he wants to take revenge on the people who put him in jail. A nice teaser and good introduction to the series I would recommend it to people curious but unsure if they want to read a whole one. Complete in itself it's a decent read.
Book Travels
Book Travels rated it 8 years ago
A little christmas investigation to disturbe the perfect holiday of Eve and Roarke. I particularly liked the fact it was an alod case and Eve was well aware of the reasons behind the murder. Best part as always is how Roarke protect Eve and makes her takes care of herself when she forgets about the ...
CharlotteBuriedinBooks
CharlotteBuriedinBooks rated it 9 years ago
A quick little story, set within hours of the end of [b:Holiday in Death|238125|Holiday in Death (In Death, #7)|J.D. Robb|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1309212249s/238125.jpg|3241480]. The difference with this story is that you know very early on who the killer is, and who they plan on killing, as a...
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