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When Darlene French, a maid at the Roarke Palace Hotel, is brutally beaten, raped, and strangled with a silver wire, Eve is at a loss to explain the apparently professional nature of the murder. Who would hire a hit man to kill such an ordinary woman? As she and her team of detectives (with a little grudgingly accepted help from Roarke, whose money, name, and talents can dig up a wealth of information) investigate the evidence, they find themselves in pursuit of Sylvester Yost, a vicious hired gun who's made millions in his bloody pursuit of career excellence. But it isn't until more victims appear that Eve realises Yost's real target is Roarke himself. To discover the driving force behind the murderous campaign, Eve and Roarke will have to delve into their own pasts, which holds secrets and terrors for them both.
Robb is the nom de plume of romance writer Nora Roberts, and this series certainly delivers the same sexually charged tension and improbably gorgeous characters as Roberts's extremely popular romances. But even those readers, who generally try to steer clear of heaving bosoms and ripped bodices, will have little to fear and much to appreciate in Betrayal in Death. Eve and Roarke are impressive physical specimens, but they're also witty, gritty, and often antagonistic, irritably staking out their territories and reluctantly collaborating in the crimes that come their way (think Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd in Moonlighting, or Nick and Nora Charles on steroids and in a mood). Add in Robb's surprisingly light touch with humor, and the 13th instalment in the series is a lucky find indeed. --Kelly Flynn --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
I have always like JD Robb books....each on I read it better than the read before.Published 5 months ago by Linda Champion
I always enjoy this series from Nora Roberts/JD Robb - amazing characters and great stories.Published 7 months ago by Lynda Stephens
A mystery novel like no other.
You have to read it if you are a mystery fan.
It is absolutely excellent!
This book is fantastic--as is the whole series! Robb/Roberts keeps getting better and better. Check out my reviews of Naked in Death and/or Glory in Death for more info...Published on July 29 2002 by M. Dickinson
I didn't know she wrote bodice rippers, but it is easy to believe.
Really dumb plot: set 50 years in the future for no good reason, zero understanding of technology, simple... Read more
I love the In Death series, and this book didn't disappoint me. It's terribly hard to put any of the books down once I begin them, and this one was no exception. Read morePublished on Sept. 5 2001 by J. Whittaker