My least favorite In Death novel.
Narrowing down the one (out of three) possible killer.
I like Dallas, Peabody, and Rourke evenly.
This was different than the other In Death novels because the reader knows more than the characters. I found myself wanting them to catch up. Also, there isn't much going on in the personal lives of the main characters - which is an aspect I enjoy. I was happy that the murders weren't so torcherous as usual. Lastly, we don't need so many detailed sex scenes. Enough already.
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