Classical history buff, love books, ballet, and basketball.
One of the earlier "In Death" books, Eve Dallas meets up with a nasty bunch of devil worshipers who are responsible for the death of an older police officer and his granddaughter. Of course Eve takes this personally, and the satanists don't stand a chance in you-know-where.
There are good witches (Eve gets a Celtic protection talisman) and bad witches (Eve is attacked with poison fingernails) in this tale, which is a good fast read and sets the mood for Samhain celebrations (aka Halloween).
Edgy, Gripping and Sexy
Eve as usual wont give up never backs down.
Only other In Death titles she is brilliant in all.
When Eve found the body outside her home.Her personal outrage is put aside as she deals with a professional situation.
I absolutely love this series. Starting from the beginning, now to book 5, it is a continuous story of a hardnosed cop and her efforts to solve crimes and have a life. Her friends are dynamic and I laughed often. It has a little of that "this has a formula" feel, but the story is so intriguing, that it matters little.
No, probably not. It was interesting the first time but not enjoyably so.
This is not my favorite genre of books; I'm uncomfortable with the subject matter. I read it as a part of the this mystery series, to continue on with the characters and their story.
It is comparable to her others in this series.
Oh yes. It is suspenseful and keeps you wanting to fast forward to see what's next.
Eve of course!
I think her readings are great! She claims each character.
Hold on to your your seat - this is a great moive!
I continue to enjoy the characters and plots of this series. Also I have previously criticised Susan Ericksen's narration however, it is becoming more familiar and I enjoy her tongue in cheek portrayals.
These are all good, lighthearted reads and if you enjoy one you know you will enjoy the rest of the series.
11th/12th Grade Reading Teacher Love reading and love listening to audio books in my car.
I love Nora Roberts, but resisted reading her as J. D. Robb. I decided to try this summer and got the Audible version of the first in her "In Death" series. I absolutely love the books. I think the character of Eve is real enough. Although I realize that the character of Roarke is only a dream, I pretend that he really could exist. The narration is excellent, and the narrator is one of my favorites. I'm reading them in order.
Ceremony in Death was quite intense but extremely enjoyable. The descriptions were vivid and easily visualized. The occult theme was interesting and added a flavor that other books in this series have not.
I have been reading this series and this is by far my most favorite! This was a great ride and the narrator is awesome. I can't imagine not hearing her voice on any of the other books. She is very talented.