J D Robb's In Death Series is one of the best ! I Like Susan Erikson's portrayal of Lt. Eve Dallas and Roake and all the other charactes are well done also. As a matter of fact I like everything about the story. This is one of the series that I follow and collect I'm my library!
This was another big win for Nora. She takes you on a ride threw difficult time's, both personal and professional. With a cunning killer and a delicious ex-girlfriend from Roarke past! Innocents can be a killer too!
Enjoy, I did!
One of my favorite Dallas/Roark stories. Beside the excellent mystery the personal story pulls me in so I' feel the sick dread that Dallas feels.
Always after books that read well in the tractor!
This is one in this story I will be listening too over and over again, ironically because of the tension between Eve and Roarke. And that punch at the end? Go Dallas!!
Innocent in Death has less blood and gore but Eve came to understand herself, Roark, and the butler better. There were some really funny lines. Also, the storyline is different in how slowly it unfolded the mind of a child sociopath. Very thought provoking. Introduction of Maggie was a great way to shine a little more light on Roark's life pre-Eve. Could not stop listening.
Not really, it was a predictable story that didn't really keep my attention.
Kindred in Death or Stories I only tell my friends.
Used a little more emotion and not been as even.
No. The story wasn't good enough
I recommend the J.D.Robb books to anyone who listens to audio books. Love the story of Eve and Roarke. Susan Erickson does a wonderful job with the different characters and accents. I needed to make a list of all because I am always looking for a new audio in the series. Have bought and listened to at least 15 in the series. Love them all.
This book was one of the most difficult to read, but not because of the writing but who the killer is. It was riveting and I couldn't stop listening. J.D. Robb pulled this topic off VERY well. I don't want to put any spoilers in, so I am being cryptic but by far the best book out of the series. I laughed and cried.