I don't know if when recording this book Susan Ericksen was about to get a head cold, because her tone of voice is slightly mellower here when compared to other books, and it makes for a fantastic narration.
The story itself delivers its well balanced content of character development, suspense and police procedural drama. In this book we are introduced to Trueheart for the first time, which marks the book as a landmark one. Recommended.
S. A. Williams
Every book just keeps getting better and better. Once again I found myself not knowing who the bad guy was, which made the suspense and the story so much better.
A few of the novels I’ve guessed right away, this time I had no clue. It was great. I love listening as the story unfolds never knowing what direction things are heading but never wanting to stop listening. This is a series I love and I can’t wait to dive back in.
I just can't get enough!!! I love all the characters. I read all the books till 40th then started to listen to the audibles . so I decided to start from the beginning and I am just so blown away how the narrator does it so well !!!
Librarian. Bibliophile. Book Pusher.
Even in 2059, New York has homeless. When Lieutenant Eve Dallas is called to the scene of the death of a sidewalk sleeper, she doesn't recognize Officer Bowers, but departmental problem child Bowers recognizes Dallas. The boulder sized chip on Bowers's shoulders is something Dallas could without. The victim, Snooks, is missing his heart. As Eve hunts for the killer, the vicious Bowers keeps getting in her way. And more disenfranchised show up with internal organs surgical removed. However, when Bowers turns up dead, Eve becomes the prime suspect and temporarily looses her badge. But the killer won't get Eve off his scent that easily. The cop inside Eve is more a matter of heart than official authority. With Roarke's help, and the help of her team still inside the department, Eve will find justice for the dead.
This is probably one of my favorite books in the series. Not only do we meet Louise but we get to watch Eve grow into a more rounded individual. And you have to love her reaction when Roarke suggests they could start a family! I love when those two talk about kids and babies!
Roark is so supportive and Dallas and her team at NYPSD don't miss a beat! On to the next in the series. Susan is point on as the narrator.
This book had energy from beginning to end. I have to say Peabody has to be one of my favorite characters of all the books I've read in the past 😊