Love Loveeee LOVEEEE!! J.D.Robb!!! IN DEATH Series! I've Read Every Single Book in the series! and Susan Ericksen SHE"S an AWESOME Narrator!!!
I don't want to give it away, so I'll just say the last scene was my favorite.
Eve's dream about her mom and Mavis's daughter moved me. It seemed a pivotal point for Eve. Her parents were monsters, and it seems she made headway coming to terms with what she went through as a child.
great historical background; not as much character development as usual. perhaps she is taking a breather after the Dallas entry?
Bendigo, Listerner for 5 years
start to finish on my seat. kept me guessing until the end. a great finish too.
The narrator is good at changing her voice for the different characters. She keeps you engaged the whole time. I never thought I could read/listen to a series this long without getting bored
This is what is absolutely surprising: I love Susan Ericksen as a narrator, and I've enjoyed a great number of Robb's books, but this one was so incredibly painful that I couldn't get past the first 90 minutes before I needed to take several Tylenol to ease the migraine this novel inflicted.
Another excellent addition to the In Death series. This one starts with a bar full of people go from a typical after work drink to viciously attacking each other. Leaving over 80 people gruesomely killed by each other in the space of a few minutes. Then it happens again, less people dead this time, but same circumstances.
This mystery and the eventual mastermind behind it was more of a surprise than some of the others in the series. Which was nice! All the usual characters are here and they are what keeps me reading these books. I love the interplay between them all. Eve and Summerset actually help each other! That alone makes this worth reading.
As always, wonderfully performed by Susan Ericksen.
I love all the books in the series, but besides the content what makes me come back is Susan Ericksen performance, I love her voice, her accents , voices, great actress