Well, this is an interesting case. A senseless murder with a bit of the classic triangle romance. A old flame wants Rooke back. Well let's guess what Dallas will do and who will win out. The solving of the murder might be disturbing. Still it is the author great style. I liked it.
I really enjoyed this book. The conflict in Eve's personal life was very entertaining but identifying the killer and listening to her describe her crimes was absolutely chilling. I have a feeling we will meet this killer again in a future book. I really hope so.
When Roarke gets punched in the face.
I have listened to and/or read all of the in death series leading up to this book and I can say that this book brought out so many emotions. Fear, jealousy, worry, anger, sad, hope, pain, and agony. Honestly I didn't think I would like this book and had butterflies in my stomach because I was seriously upset by the Magdelana character even being brought into the series. However, after listening to the entire book it turns out that I like that Mr.Perfect is a little flawed (even if it is barely a flaw) but I do hope that it doesn't happen again I can’t do the anxious thing again.
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.