WOW. I didnt think I would be able to pick a favorite. I thought they were all on the same great level for me but this one was awesome. I cried boo hoo tears and I laughed out loud laughter. This one had all the elements and alll of the charcters played their role. Big props to Susan Ericksen she makes the whole stories come to life for me again and again. I felt so bad for Morris and Alex hopefully they will find another love to heal their aching heart.
The ending epilogue was amazing, Butterflies are very significant for me as I lost a loved one a few years ago and she loved butterflies so to say this one was touching is not saying enough. Keep em' coming JD you have me hooked.
I love all of the In Death. I loved this one also. The one thing I didn't like was Peabody's voice. I don't remember her voice sounding like this from other books I have listened to. Other than that I really liked the book.
Robb has another great hit with Dallas and all her crew. She has everyone in this book and we get to peek into their lives. the murder story is a good one and Dallas saves the day again
a good series.
Listen from the beginning and learn about everyone
I have been a Nora Roberts fan since she first came on the scene writing for series romances (oh, so many year ago!). When she started writing her "in death" series I was hooked. Haven't missed a one and since they became available on audio my father-in-law has also become a fan. Listening to Susan Ericksen is a joy and a pleasure, her idividual voices bring the story to life. I hope she continues to narrate the J.D. Robb series because she is the best I have ever heard. Thank you!
Love the characters, the story was a good mystery too. I liked doing reviews better when they asked questions.
This was a good story line that brought more of ME Morris to the surface. I think I would have liked more about a life outside of the morgue for him though. Now the "dead" Doctor is dead inside, appropriate but sad. On the other hand, this showed more dynamics for all of the characters relating more with Eve and Roark.
As always the narration is on point. If you've read/listened to each book up until now, these characters are practically family. And this story brings death a little too close to home. You just want to reach in and hug & comfort them!