One of the best Eve Dallas books - good police procedural, emotional commitment, emotional consequences. An unexpected climax.
I love mysteries and every once in awhile throw in a love story.
this was great I couldn't put it down. The narrator is always fantastic the story always comes alive
Everybody is complaining that Eve is nasty and mean to Nixie and everyone. if you have not read the first book or listen to the audibles from the beginning your not going to understand why she's the way she is. Rourke loves her for who she is and understands her completely. Eve's been on her own, had only one friend and no family or true lover to teach and guide her how to be or treat others . She's been married about 2 yrs and Rourke and friends are teaching and guiding her and truly understand her situation. Eve is learning and realizing how to be. People give her a break, it takes time to love and trust others especially knowing what her background was. I love her for who she's become and softening up as the years go by, being around a child is all new to her and makes her feel uncomfortable so she gets mad and doesn't know how to interact, so give her a chance . love ya JD ROBB, your series are magnificent!!!
This series just gets better and better. I wish this could be made into a movie! The rest of the world has to meet this futuristic couple, their dear friends and colleagues!
I enjoyed this installment - the mystery was solid and it was fun watching Eve and Roarke interact with a child. I also enjoyed Websters brief cameo. Hope we get to see more of him.
I have the whole series, and enjoy them, but Survivor in Death is one of my favorites. Nixie is a strong and believable child, and plays well against Eve. This one is worth multiple listens.