Another suspenseful futuristic story with Lieutenant Eve Dallas. These stories have a wonderful narrative with believeable characters that capture your attention and imagination. Pure entertainment, that keeps you wanting to read the next book.
it took 20 years to get to it very sorry I'm booked I can't wait to next one I meant I have a next one so I'm going to store right now really enjoyed this book
There is no real police work, investigation, or logic applied to this story line at all. Its too easy and very predictable. When the very smart main and supporting characters the author has built up in the previous books start doing really stupid things to make the story move along, its really no fun to read.
The other books are more compelling and enjoyable.
It inspired me to right a mediocre review.
I've already purchased the next two books in this series and I hope they are better than this one.
I love the suspense and mystery of discovering the identity of the individual. Amazed at the pain one person can handle and still go on. I am impressed with the lieutenant.
I am a 59-yr-old woman and an avid reader all my life. I will usually find an author I like, then read everything by them. Love audible!
I've read quite a few of the 'In death' series and have enjoyed them all. Now that I have been using the audible version; I have started at the beginning of the series again. I absolutely love Susan Ericksen as the narrator and feel her accents for each character is marvelous. It would be a huge mistake to ever change narrators in my opinion. Susan Ericksen is the perfect one for this series!
S. A. Williams
I wasn’t sure how I was going to rate this one because for the first time Eve’s integrity wasn’t impeccable. Roarke has affected her world so completely that she is choosing her husband over the law. At the beginning of the series I didn’t think that would ever be possible. But, all characters need to grow and develop and I like that Eve has developed this relationship with Roarke. This series wouldn’t be what it is without it.
Eve was put through her paces this go round trying to catch a killer at the same time protecting Roarke. It was a bit hypocritical yet justice isn’t always served the way it should be.
Vengeance is the first novel in the series that I did not know or guess who the bad guy was. I had no clue and I loved that. It is so much better when I don’t know. So even though I didn’t like that Eve’s integrity was compromised I still loved every minute of the book. Only 39 more to go….I think………Sara