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Indulgence In Death: 31 by [Robb, J. D.]
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J.D. Robb's latest novel is as gripping and adrenalin-fuelled as fans have come to expect. ***** (STAR)

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J.D. Robb's latest novel is as gripping and adrenalin-fuelled as fans have come to expect. ***** (STAR )

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1172 KB
  • Print Length: 377 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (11 Nov. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749952687
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749952686
  • ASIN: B00486U2T6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #46,710 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover
This book was on offer at amazon for less than half the RRP, but I missed out on the offer by 24hrs, and was pretty bummed, but it was available without wait at my local library, and in the end, I am glad that I did not actually buy it, as it is not a Keeper.

It started off great, and I thought that I'd be in for the type of novel that I like - where we catch up with the previous characters that we've come to know and love, where we see personal relationships and interactions, but it wasn't quite enough (for me at least) of that. The book starts off with Eve and Roarke on vacation for 2 weeks, in Ireland with his family, and with them about to set off for Italy. Eve does something really thoughtful (especially so for her, not that she's not nice or thoughtful, but that work is her only obession other than Roarke) for Roarke, which actually brought a lump to my throat and which made it clear that she is now really accepting of herself as his wife, and all that that word entails. Then, in rural everyone-knows-everyone Ireland, a murder takes place and Eve is suddenly off of vacation, though only temporarily, so I was still ok with the tale at this point.

Next, she's back in New York and immediately a murder ensues, which again, I am fine with - after all, this is what the series is about. What I am not fine with is that by the end of the third chapter, we'd been introduced to several so obvious coincidences, so much cliche'd, predictable 'over-reacting' and 'over-acting' from some of the suspects that Eve checked out, that I sussed who the baddie/s were and where this novel was going. This hasn't ever happened to me so quickly in a JD Robb tale before.
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Format: Hardcover
J.D. has done it again!This series featuring Eve & Roarke just gets better & better would recommend to anyone who enjoys an exciting, romantic and thrilling book I have kept the whole series and hav re- read from the first book (Naked in death )time and time again and now can not wait until February for the next release.
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Format: Hardcover
As usual, a heart stopping, well written book with enough romance to remind a woman of over 70 that her hormones are still in working order!! Looking forward to the next 'In Death' book already.
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Format: Paperback
Indulgence in Death is #31 of the series, a futuristic murder mystery set in New York. Part of a series of books featuring NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas it is easily a stand alone read.

The book opens in 2060, beautiful picturesque Ireland, Eve and husband Roarke take a vacation and visit family. We are quickly plunged into a murder scene, which is a bit of a shock for the peaceful local community and Eve has to step in and guide the local officer through his first murder case.

Holiday over, Eve is back in her comfort zone with the New York city buzz. It's not long before she is called to an unusual killing, the murder weapon a crossbow, the victim a High class chauffeur. This is followed by a second murder, a high class licensed companion brutally stabbed in a chamber of Horrors on Coney Island. It looks like the killer buys his kills, is showing off and is thrilled by the kills.

With the body count rising higher, suspects in the open, Eve and partner Peabody must find the links, the tiny threads and connections to close this case down before more innocent people are killed.

I always enjoy a J.D. Robb read. Eve is a sparky, sharp character, who is passionate about her work and the author brings this out with the depth of the writing. She is played off well against her work partner and her husband. The futuristic elements set these books apart from other NYPD police mysteries, but don't over-shadow the police work. As readers we are taken every step of the way alongside Eve as she strives to stop the killer.
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She's done it again, where does she think these stories up,it was nice that we saw Roark family more but I must admit I did miss summerset this time. I always love the last chapter where she grills her baddies or taunts them so they have to tell all.
Another great book I look forward to the next one
Christine.
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All of the JD Robb books I have read have been exceptional!!! Nora Roberts comes up with something new and exciting in each story. I love all the characters and as I keep reading, feel like I know them. Simply wonderful!!!!
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I had the J D Robb In Death set except for this one book which I had difficulty in finding. Thank you. I now have the whole set and look forward to the next issue.

These are books I can read over again and though they may not appeal to all, I would encourage readers to try them. I love Nora Roberts!
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The 'In Death' books are my 'go to' when I want an easy entertaining read. I love the characters, & have enjoyed following the ongoing story of Eve Dallas. Didn't feel however that Indulgence is one of the best, there is not enough action. After an interesting opening in Ireland, the dialogue, & procedural descriptions took over, & get the feeling JD is running out of ideas. Hoping the next one will be up to usual standard!
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