- Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: Berkley; Reissue edition (September 29, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0515155470
- ISBN-13: 978-0515155471
- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1.2 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 336 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,783 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Down the Rabbit Hole Mass Market Paperback – September 29, 2015
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If it wasn’t for the insistence of her friends Charles and Louise, Eve Dallas would have taken bet that this case was an open and shut murder/suicide of a brother and sister with family troubles. Or for that one little piece of busted up technology that made no sense for a woman bent on murder and then killing herself should have had on her person. Then there were the drugs in the woman’s body that made absolutely no sense for a woman that everyone who’d known her swore she never took anything stronger than a blocker. But no matter, Darlene and Marcus were hers now and she would find out what had happened to this brother and sister.
Almost all of the characters from the Eve and Roarke universe got some air time in this novella. And I love seeing them, even if only for a scene or line. The team quickly begins to follow what leads there are in this case that just gets weirder and curious-er as they delve further into this mystery. With a lot of Alice in Wonderland phrases and clues this one was indeed a trip down the rabbit hole and at the end was a very mad hatter.
If you are an Eve and Roarke fan you will find all the touches of their unique sense of humor, the obvious love between Eve and Roarke, the cuteness of Peabody as well as the obvious workings of a team that knows what the job is and they go out and get the bad guys. I enjoyed this one completely and I already know that it will be re-read, because it’s that perfect length for a taste of a world that I enjoy when I don’t have the time for a re-read of a full length in Death novel.
WONDERMENT IN DEATH by J.D. Robb -- In number 41.5 in the In Death series, Lieutenant Eve Dallas is investigating a murder suicide. She takes the case because the victims are close to her friends Dr. Louise and Charles. Once Eve begins to investigate things become strange. Although the case should easily be explained away, something bothers Eve. Her investigation leads her to the Mad Hatter and a man who believes death is his domain. I didn't think this novellas was as strong as other novellas in the series. The mystery is given away from the beginning and there is little intriguing interaction with Eve's supporting cast to sustain the story. I prefer stories focusing on Eve and Rourke, but this one is mostly case investigation. Rating: 4 stars.
ALICE AND THE EARL IN WONDERLAND by Mary Blayney -- This is a companion novella about time travel. This is the story of the Earl Weston and his love Alice Kemp who are transported from the 1800s to present day. Alice has refused to marry Weston because her parents are divorced and thus she will causes scandal. Weston is determined to take this opportunity to convince Alice to marry him. This story wan't that interesting to me. The whole story is about the two finding out that in modern times things are different about women's roles and divorce. I didn't feel any connection between the characters and found the whole story pretty dull. Rating: 1.5 stars.
ILOVE by Elaine Fox -- Jeremy Abott and Mary Serafini breakup because Mary thinks Jeremy pays more attention to his cellphone than her. Jeremy gets sucked into an alternate world where he is trapped within the Wonderland of his cellphone. He needs to have a true relationship in order to escape. Can he convince Mary to give him another chance? This is a strange little story. It has in interesting premise but it reads more like a complaint about cellphone addiction than a romance. Rating: 2 stars.
A TRUE HEART by Mary Kay McComas -- Elisa is a woman who is guarding herself from fears of being hurt and disappointed. She has just broken up with Max who she liked but was unwilling to risk herself. When she steps into a costume shop, she falls into a world where with the help of a costume guide she uncovers what is actually in her heart. I really liked this story. Really a story of self-discovery, with a touch of a Christmas Carol, this novella tells the story of a romance from a different perspective. Rating: 4 stars.
FALLEN by R.C. Ryan -- Beth Campbell, a lawyer, is sent by her aunt's firm to negotiate the sale of a piece of ancestral property from Colin Gordon in Scotland. On the way there, Beth hits her head and falls into a whole and awakens in the past amongst the Highland clans. In a magical world where people transform and dangerous plots emerge, Beth learns about what is important to her heart. This was my favorite of the anthology. It is romantic and clever with a lot of story and romantic connection in the short novella. The story ultimately resolved differently than I expected and I like when a story can surprise me. The story has a dreamy fairy tale quality to it. It also manages to be sad and then resolve so perfectly that I walked away from the story with a smile. Rating: 4.25