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Judgement In Death: In Death Series: Book 11 by [Robb, J.D.]
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4.9 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews
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"'Written under the pen name J.D. Robb, this futuristic mystery - set in New York City, year 2059 - showcases veteran writer Nora Roberts's skills at their best. It's as tough, smart, sassy and successful as its heroine, police lieutenant Eve Dallas' Publishers Weekly"

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"'Written under the pen name J.D. Robb, this futuristic mystery - set in New York City, year 2059 - showcases veteran writer Nora Roberts's skills at their best. It's as tough, smart, sassy and successful as its heroine, police lieutenant Eve Dallas' Publishers Weekly"

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1152 KB
  • Print Length: 372 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (28 May 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003O86FHW
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews
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Another enjoyable few days in the company of Eve and Roarke. I won't say too much about this except that the plot was as intriguing as ever, the ending was actually (for me) rather a tear jerker - in a good way, but - The thing that stood out for me with this one was the wonderful dialogue. It was very believable, natural and fluid. There was a lovely to and fro between Eve and Peabody and of course Eve and Roarke. But it was better than the ones that I have read up to now, I don't think I can actually put my finger on why but there was a better flow and the relationship between the two women seemed deeper and more affectionate. Though there has been a degree of tongue in cheek humour there in the previous books, regarding Peabody's relationship with Mc Nab for instance this book really brought it to life.

Still lots of gore and violence but a real human element to this one that I found most endearing.

have already started the next one.
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By A Customer on 24 Jan. 2001
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This is another excellent book by J.D Robb, as all her previous books in this series, about a homocide detective; Eve and her billionaire husband, Roarke. This book is about a murder which took place in a night club owns by Roarke; and the struggle between them as Roarke, as usual insisted in 'helping' Eve in her investigations. I really do enjoy the love and romance bewteen them and the way J.D. Robb tells her tales about these two strong minded individuals, the romance, the danger and suspense are really great! A must read!!! I am looking forward to her most recent book...Betrayal in Death!
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I really enjoyed this book - in fact I have been waiting for it for some time. If you have yet to read any J D Robb, do start with the first Naked in Death and work forward - you will not be sorry.
This continues the story of Eve and Roarke, as Eve has to solve a murder that has taken place in a bar owned by, as usual, her husband. However the death is linked to a figure from the underworld who once had dealings with Roarke and wants him dead. Roarke does not respond well to Eve's attempts to protect him, first by lying to him and then by pulling her gun on him! As usual, the two have to solve the problems that arise in their personal relationship just as much as the crime and the journey towards the achievement of both solutions is as entertaining as ever.
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Those that have been following this series probably noticed that with each book, we are getting cases that involve Eve's husband, Roarke, more and more. In this installment a cop, Taj, is murdered while working undercover in a strip club owned by no other than the billionaire. The murder was committed in a vicious manner, with the killer using a baseball bat to beat the victim to a pulp. When they summon Eve Dallas to the scene she becomes the primary investigator and has to face a myriad of delicate issues surrounding the case. Besides the fact that her husband is involved as the owner of the place serving as murder scene, she has to play internal politics with two policemen that work in the same division with the victim and who want her off the case.
On another front, Eve has to deal with an old lover who now works for Internal Affairs and who wants her to close the case without making any fuss. Of course, this does not bode well with our detective who instead of stopping the investigation intensifies her efforts for getting at the truth. The fact that this old acquaintance is still in love with Eve does not simplify things in the least. The technique used by Robb of introducing elements from the main character's past gives in my opinion a very special charm to the series. In this case, there is another character that has is connected to Roarke's past and who has a bone to grind with the billionaire. Ricker is a dangerous man that is in trouble with the law after a drug bust jeopardized his freedom and who had dealings with Roarke before Eve's husband decided to "clean up". Eve's investigation leads her to Ricker, and right from the moment they lay eyes on each other these two characters clash and we know we are in for an intense battle between them.
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And we're back for book 11 in the In Death series with a gruesome killing spree that puts a taint on everything Eve Dallas stands for. As usual--and this is something that I find quite comical at this point--there's a connection to Eve's billionaire husband, Roarke.

Well, he does own half the planet!

I thought the crime and mystery aspect was a great improvement over the last one. There's nothing Eve won't do to avenge the dead, and it hits even harder when it's one of their own. The connection to Roarke and the re-emergence of a contact from his less than spotless past is worrying for Eve. In trying to protect Roarke, a wall of tension is built between them which leads to some really intense scenes that were very satisfying to read.

To break the tension...Well, what does a girl do when her husband is being a butthead? Why, go and get rip roaring drunk with her oldest friend of course!

Now, I think I've mentioned before how good the audiobook narrator, Susan Ericksen, is for this series. She's made me laugh many a time with her interpretations of Robb's characters. But drunk Mavis has to go down as the ultimate achievement in audio narration. Ever. Somebody hand that woman an award, please. It was just...ah, so funny.

So, all together a great instalment with some graphic scenes of violence, some tense emotional moments, and a drunk Mavis as the proverbial cherry on the top. How does that sound?

Sounds like 5 stars to me.
5 Stars ★★★★★
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