Even an eerily familiar storyline (Seduction in Death; a contest between friends) could not detract from my pleasure while listening to this. Though the two books my have similar premises, the exposition and unfolding of events are quite different.
Eve Dallas is different, has been for the past several novels. Perhaps she's softened, opened more, and developed an easier side. She wasn't bogged down by these murders, was more challenged and intriuged by the puzzle. Deaths didn't weigh on her, as they have in the past.
I've not tired of this series yet and I hope I never do. This was an interesting and entertaining installment, especially the first bit in Ireland with Roarke's relations. I find that those sorts of character interactions make the procedural aspect bareable and gives the novel depth.
I'd recommend this book, and, in fact, the entire In Death series, in a heartbeat.
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