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Kindred in Death (In Death Series) MP3 CD – MP3 Audio, May 20, 2014
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- Item Weight : 3.5 ounces
- ISBN-13 : 978-1491516232
- Product dimensions : 6.5 x 0.63 x 5.5 inches
- Publisher : Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (May 20, 2014)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,231,231 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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J.D. Robb's Eve Dallas series is a must buy, must read. This compelling stand-alone is easy to follow but at times difficult to read due to content. No editing errors or drag-you-down drama. There is violence but it is not gratuitous.
Intriguing storyline with several twists throughout. Descriptive writing that draws the reader into each scene. Realistic procedures, actions and reactions. Believable characters with distinct personalities. Thought-provoking and memorable dialogue.
“Being a teenager is he@@ and misery and wild delight. Thank God it’s only one decade out of all of them.”
I will re-read this story and always look forward to works by this author.
Eve has a killer to catch who is after women whose relatives are blamed for the death of his mother. On the other end of the specrum she is matron on honor for Louise and Charles upcoming wedding.
As always, our author brings the perfect amount of mayhem, murder and justice together with the right blend of loyalty, love and family.
Another segment of this fabulous series is one again knocked out of the park!
What I loved about the book - is the interaction with all the team - including Jamie. I love the books in which Jamie appears and love his interactions with Eve and her reaction to him. I also love all the other team being part of the investigation which doesn't happen in all the books.
What I disliked - was the nature of the crime and the graphic description, which I found difficult to take. I think it was required for the story and I am not criticizing Nora for including that but I personally found in tough.
Overall this was a book I would definitely recommend and it is among my favourite books.
* Eve is spending a Sunday off with Roarke talking about taking 2 1/2 weeks Vacation. and having a full irish breakfast, Roarke wants to take her to the beach for the day.Eve loves the idea get dressed, Roarke has their bags packed already just in case.
*Then Eve's Communicator beeps it's Whitney there was a homicide and he's on scene, Eve apologizes about the beach thing. then goes to the address whitney tells her she's been requested to be Primary a cops (Jonah MacMasters)Daughter has been Brutally raped and murdered in her bed room. Eve & Peabody work the Crime scene, then Eve interviews the Parents Father is an Recently Promoted illegals Cop Capt. MacMasters. the neighbors then her friends (Jamie Langstrom the electronics wiz kid) from an earlier book is one of Deena's friends and jo her best Friend since they were 8yrs old she tells Eve that Deena had a secret boyfriend "David" 19 yrs old jo said deena told Eve they met where Deena goes jugging in the park.
Eve Requests Morris Chief medical examiner for Deanna's Case, hoping he's ready to come back to work....
*Jaime Lingstrom--begins the arduous task of collecting and analyzing data. Clues suggest Deena may not be the only victim targeted by her killer and increase the pressure on Dallas and her cohorts.
*this case is really affecting Eve, and Roarke also Summerset it reminds them of Marlena and Eve of her self when she was a child....
*The books focuses mainly on the case but there are still some private and funny moments (thank god for that). I especially enjoyed reading about the preparations for the upcoming wedding of Charles and Louise. Of course Eve doesn't understand or even cares about all the small details regarding the wedding and it's so funny when she has to deal with them. But still she is a loyal and good friend for Louise when it come's to the important things (even if it means that she has to deal with Trina).
* Eve got a disc showing what he had done to her and making her tell her father it's his fault that this happened to her making her tell her father that she hates him. Her begging her father to help her crying asking why No one is helping her?
(Darien powders) Eve's looking for him to ask questions ....he's the right age he's taking summer class at the collage. be cuz he requested a new ID she wants to know why? Eve thinking the killer steals Darien's ID from the party.
* Eve's having a briefing at her home office Peabody, Mcnab,Feeney,Baxter and Trueheart.and whitney & Roarke, jamie....Eve plays the horrible disc of Deanna No one said a word jamie lowers his head Eve watched his body shutter....Eve's been reading her father's files to see if it's someone from one of his cases. whitney wants to help with the case tells Eve to give him an assignment throw Eve off balance......
* So all in all "Kindred in Death" is an Frosty book and J.D. Robb continues to amaze me. Even after 30 books the series just get's better and better and is never boring or just average.
The familiarity of the ‘good guys’ as they work to solve the horrors and catch the monsters catches my interest every time. The stories may be formulaic by I continue to be gripped by them and amazed by the mind and heart that creates them.
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