JD Robb knocks it out of the park once again! This book provides a great mystery with an interesting twist while allowing us the pleasure of seeing t..Show More »
Although there is some similarity to an earlier story, Indulgence stands well on its own because it takes a different approach. It's a procedural--yo..Show More »
I really missed reading about the barbecue party in the previous book so that part was satisfying to say the least. This book is a short story about ..Show More »
Another great story in the death series. Peabody played a greater role in this story and new character were introduced and I think at least one will ..Show More »
It's another of the best in the Eve Dallas series, if I could say it was page turning I would but instead I will say that I couldn't turn it off. The ..Show More »
If you're reading the books in order, this one would be 33.5, after New York to Dallas. Susan Erickson, as always, does a wonderful job as narrator. ..Show More »
I've always found that the audio versions of the J.D. Robb books are more enjoyable to listen to over read due to Ericksen's narration.
With most series, it doesn't affect the enjoyment of the books much if you read them in order or not. With the In Death series, it does. Although you ..Show More »
I think it must be hard to keep things fresh after writing 36+ books, short stories and so on. Roberts has a good equation going in the In Death seri..Show More »
I have stopped buying the print version of J.D. Robb's books because I really enjoy listening to them. I don't think it's better, just a matter of..Show More »
I would always recommend J.D. Robb, but I would recommend that her books be read in order, since character development is so important. This shorter..Show More »
Let me first say that I'm obsessed with J. D. Robbs/Susan Ericksen "In Death" series, so I may be somewhat biased in my review. I can say with complet..Show More »
I look forward to all the In Death books. It's like visiting old friends.