Sci-fi, detective, cozy. Only give 5s to those books I think stand above the rest. 4 is a good solid book. 3 is average, nothing special.
Not quite as good as the first but worth a listen. It was a bit to easy to identify the villain too early.
Easy and entertaining with excitement and romance. The main character Eve is easy to empathise with and I enjoy the futuristic world of JD Robb.
All the components to the story don't come together until the end ~ there is no "gut feeling" about "who dunnit" because you don't see it coming!
All of th JD Robb books I have read so far.
I read a few of the later books, now I'm starting at the beginning and working my way through in succession.
Definately- all of the books I have listen to so far are very well read - very enjoyable
READ NON STOP!!!
CHARACTERS WITH A HEART
MAKE UP SCENE BETWEEN ROARKE AND EVE AFTER ULTIMATUM
THE ENTIRE SERIES IS AMAZING. I HAVE READ THE BOOKS AND LISTEN TO AUDIO BOOKS REPEATEDLY
RECOMMEND FOR LOVERS OF INTRIGUE, ROMANCE AND CRIME SOLVING
"Glory in Death" is the second book in the "In Death" series by J.D. Robb. I can's say enough about how much I like this series. It has all the elements of a great murder mystery with a love story mixed in. The murder(s) in this book are not one of the hardest mysteries for Dallas to solve, but the people that are closest to the murder victims make finding the killers hard for Dallas to dial with.
Susan Ericksen does a wonderful job with the narration of this book. The way that she is able to give voices to to the character makes them come to life. It is great that she is the same person that narrated the first book in this series. The characters have the same voice that they did in the first book. It makes lessening to the audio-books once after the other flow well.
I'm hooked on this series and strongly recommend it. I read this in hardcopy, but am still thoroughly enjoying the audio version
This is part of a series, so read Book One first. All of the series (almost 40 books) are similar to one another, but still unique.
I like the reader, but found myself a little taken aback at first. This could be because I'd previously read the books in hardcopy, so already had my own concepts of the voices. After a chapter or so, however, I got used to her interpretation and enjoyed it.
The first three books in the series are crucial to setting up the Eve-Roarke relationship that is the backdrop of the mysteries. Read these first. I prefer the series in order, but after the first three, you can skip around without an issue.
Yes. Follows on naturally from the first book but could stand alone.
Hard to compare, similar to other crime novels, but the characters make all the difference.
No I havent but fast becoming a fan.
I stopped the series after this book didn't come up with any new ideas or plot twists when compared to the first book.