An unknown bomber is stalking New York City. He is sending Eve Dallas taunting letters promising to wreak mass terror and destruction among the "corrupt masses". And when his cruel web of deceit and destruction threatens those she cares for most, Eve fights back. It's her city...it's her job...and it's hitting too close to home. Now, in a race against a ticking clock, Eve must make the pieces fit - before the city falls.
Crack another case with Eve Dallas.
©2007 J. D. Robb; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio
as always miss jdrobb out does herself. this one was no exception. with twists and turns and emotional grips keep you on the edge of your seat and wanting to know more. I would highly recommend not only this audio but the entire series.
YES MY FRIEND WOULD LIKE THIS BOOK
WHEN THEY SAVED THE POPLES AND BUILDINGS
YES I HAVE AND THIS PERFORMANCE IS REALLY GOOD
YES, WHEN HER FRIEND WAS KILLED AND I DID CRY
I LOVED THIS BOOK
Starts out with action as usual, narration awesome as usual, Peabody funny as usual & I had a good time listening, as usual! On to the next one.
This book was good. I love that we are getting to see more character development with Peabody. She is my favorite character. I will say that I have gotten tired of the love scenes involving Dallas and Rourke, I find myself skipping through those at this point. Since I know Roberts is a romance writer, I do expect there to be sex in the books. I just hope going forward there are sex scenes that focus on other characters and less on Dallas.
I'm so glad I decided to go back to book 1 and listen to the whole series.
I love her different accents she brings in. She has really brought the character to life for me
Always after books that read well in the tractor!
I loved the plot in this one, it moved fast and kept you guessing. Another great story of Eve Dallas!
I am listening to it again now. The series is well written and the characters well developed. Susan Ericksen does an excellent job of giving them life.
This is the first book when Peabody and McNab hook up - so its great to see that unfold.
She is excellent in every book - breathing life into the characters she portrays.
She still stands!
I have two rescue dogs. One Scottish born husband. And a love of books that goes back to childhood and bookmobiles!
Lt. Eve Dallas not only has to fight a mad bomber but solve a murder mystery ...wait, could the 2 be connected? If so, How and Why?
Find out for yourself! It's very exciting!
I always like visiting the world of Dallas and Rourke. The mystery here was pretty good, though I thought as we went along there were too many coincidences to actually be coincidence. I knew they would all pull together in the end wrapped in a neat bow. I always love the interactions between Eve and Rourke. Even when they're pissed at each other they help one another. It was nice to meet a member of Peabody's family and I loved the fact that she and McNab finally got together. It's been a while in coming. The cameo by Mavis was nice but I did miss her throughout most of the book. She's such a colorful character. Susan Ericksen as narrator did fabulously well, as always. Her voices are so consistent for the characters from book to book. I'm looking forward to listening to the next book in the series.
Loyalty In Death is one of my favorite books from this series. For those familiar with the characters, there is great character development for Officer Peabody - family visiting, love interests, and so on. There are several different cases & threads of the story that come together seamlessly, and in Robb's best style, Eve & Roarke take on the bad guys together at the end and make a great team.
For anyone looking to start this series, I really recommend beginning with the first book, Loyalty In Death. Although each story stands alone well, the characters grow and develop, and their relationships to each other change a lot over the course of the 35+ books now available. This one, which is pretty early on in the series, has a large dose of humor to lighten the subject matter - namely, a terrorist group called Cassandra is blowing up New York landmarks.
I highly recommend this series to any mystery fan. Humor, suspense, emotion, fun gadgets (Hey, it's 2059!), and plenty of characters that each have their own story and background.
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