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No. 35 and still going strong.,
This review is from: Delusion in Death: 35 (Hardcover)
Another great installment of the 'In Death' series, and whilst i can agree with some other reviews criticisms of missing some of the wider interactive with characters like Mavis & Leonardo, Charles & Louise, and even to a certain extent McNab & Feeney, i really enjoyed going back to a simple crime based case. Eve has to track down a criminal who is creating a delusional drug which results in the death of 129 people. The surprise for me came nearly half way through the book when Eve for a change revealed to Roarke who she believed had done it - it was a nice touch in the end as it revealed more of Eve's thought processes and almost gave you a point of view of the case workings from Eve's mind.
I hope from some of the events in this book, that in the next book Eve and Roarke might finally start moving on more from Eve's past, there was certainly quite a few significant 'dreams' that Eve had, and a sense of closure with a session with Dr. Mira. Also there was more to do with Summerset's past during the Urban wars, which was again a good insight to learning a bit more about him.
Overall i feel like the series is moving forward especially after 'New York to Dallas' and i am excited to find out where the next book will lead.