Reunion in Death Mass Market Paperback – 1 Mar 2002
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"Tough, smart [and] sassy." --Publishers Weekly
"Tough, smart [and] sassy."--Publishers Weekly
Tough, smart [and] sassy. Publishers Weekly"
The latest reissued novel from the backlist of J.D. Robb's addictive 'In Death' series featuring Eve Dallas --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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Eve Dallas is back in town after a "forced" two-week holiday involving Mexico and a private island. She was taking some time off after a tough and personally draining case. She is ready for some action, but things are very quiet upon her return. That is of course until she becomes the primary in the murder of Walter Pettibone. Before this happens Eve and her aide Peabody start investigating a cold case concerning the murder of a woman who was believed to be killed by her mysterious lover. Eve is ready to push Peabody in her career, so she decides to put her in charge of the cold case. Peabody is one of the most fascinating characters in this series, and in this installment she is very close to center stage, since not only she has to deal with her first case, but also with her evolving relationship with McNabb and with a surprise visit by her parents.
One of the high points of this series is how the author keeps developing the personal stories of the main characters. Eve soon finds out that the killer is an antagonist from her past, Julianna Dunne, who Eve put in jail eight years ago. Julianna was a black widow and now she is coming after Eve and her husband Roarke.Read more ›
I am still thoroughly enjoying this series. The dialogue and interplay between the characters has, in my opinion, improved a great deal since the first book. The character that is Peabody has become one of my favourites and the comments and asides are highly amusing.
The endings have all been quite thrilling but this one in particular had me holding my breath until the final moments (trying to avoid a spoiler here) and then I was on the edge of my seat. The fact that the end cannot really be in doubt as there are other books to come does not detract from the thrills and spills of the conclusion.
Another very enjoyable read.
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As normal J D Robb excels in her writing - gripping murder mysteryPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer