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REUNION IN DEATH (UNBR.) (7 CASS.) [Audiobook, Unabridged] [Audio Cassette]

J. D. Robb , Susan Ericksen
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March 1 2002 In Death Series (Book 14)
At exactly 7:30 p.m., Walter Pettibone arrived home to over a hundred friends and family shouting, "surprise!" It was his birthday. Although he had known about the planned event for weeks, the real surprise was yet to come. At 8:45 p.m., a woman with emerald eyes and red hair handed him a glass of champagne. One sip of birthday bubbly, and he was dead. The woman's name is Julie Dockport. No one at the party knew who she was. But Detective Eve Dallas remembers her all too well. Eve was personally responsible for her incarceration nearly ten years ago. And now, let out on good behavior, she still has nothing but bad intentions. It appears she wants to meet Dallas again - in a reunion neither will forget... "Edgy [and] sexy."-Publishers Weekly

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Seasoned author Nora Roberts, writing as Robb, delivers another exhilarating entry in her popular futuristic cop series featuring Eve Dallas (Seduction in Death, etc.). Dallas, a New York police lieutenant, is a hard-bitten warrior cop who buries the pain and anger of her early childhood by excelling on the job. In her latest adventure, all the usual suspects are back: Eve's charismatic husband, Roarke; her plucky assistant, Peabody; and hipster techno-geek McNab. For this round, their objective is to take down a woman Eve arrested 10 years ago, a poisoner named Julianna Dunne. Julianna's out on parole, and now rich old men are dying sudden deaths. What's more, the ex-con wants to exact a little revenge on her one-time adversary. Eve's search for Dunne takes her all over the country, and eventually to Dallas, Tex., the city that gave her both her name and a legacy of violent nightmares. This is a satisfying, well-paced novel that offers readers a little of everything sex, death, family drama and well-orchestrated chase scenes. Although Robb's plot is tight and suspenseful, the real pleasure here comes from watching Eve struggle to maintain her distance from others, even as she finds herself tied ever more closely to her friends and family by the bonds of love. (Mar. 5)Forecast: It's a given that Roberts's books will grace the bestseller charts, but a stylish cover image depicting a ghostly, Manhattan subway entrance may attract new readers.
Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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The most recent chapter of Robb's popular series features Lt. Eve Dallas facing a recently released murderer back to get even. Early in her career, Eve testified against Julianna Dunn, and, during her incarceration, Julianna has been planning how to confuse, humiliate, and ultimately destroy her. This violent reunion begins with the poisoning of middle-aged, wealthy men in seemingly innocuous circumstances on Eve's New York City beat and soon looks like it will culminate with the killing of her husband, Roark. Disconcerting houseguests, a tense visit into Eve's childhood in the city of Dallas, and a comic scene searching for clues in the New York underworld add to the plot and give reader Susan Ericksen the opportunity to charm the listener thoroughly. Her reading is full of color: her accent, pitch, and pacing all add to the listening experience and make this one difficult tape to pause. Recommended for popular collections.
Juleigh Muirhead Clark, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Lib., Colonial Williamsburg Fdn., VA
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an alternate Audio Cassette edition.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Reunion in Death May 1 2014
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
Another excellent story by J.D. Robb; love this series and would read the rest of them if they were available in hard copy or e-book. The only ones I have not yet read are available in audiobook format only. I don't want someone else reading a book to me!
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4.0 out of 5 stars I couldn't put it down! July 18 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
A real page turner. Unique because the reader knows who did it all along. JD Robb writes in a raw and provocative style ... With lots of real sexy moments... Interspersed with personal tragedy and great police work. Thanks Nora Roberts
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5.0 out of 5 stars "EVE THE PROTECTOR" July 8 2004
Format:Mass Market Paperback
One of Eve's past case comes back to haunt her. Julianna Dunne has been relaesed early for good behavior. Now she's out for revenge. She killed one man to get Eves attention. She kills two more to keep it.Eve figures out she'll go after Roarke. He's not Julianna's mo, but he is Eves after all. Can Eve catch her before she can get Roarke? Or will Julianna get her revenge? Check it out. Eve Dallas is wonderful. Also does Peabody solve her first cold case?
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I can always count on JD Robb to suck me into a story and this book was no exception. It seems that her villains are becoming more focused on revenge against Eve as this series develops. In this story, the villain is someone who Eve caught years ago and wants to get even on a personal level - by going after Roarke. It definitely kept the suspense up!
More of Eve's childhood came out in this book as well, so that was an interesting twist.
This is definitely JD Robb formula writing, but still a pleasant way to waste a day.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Series That's Getting Better As It Goes Dec 30 2003
Format:Mass Market Paperback
As some may have noticed from my other reviews of this series, I'm not reading them exactly in order. I read 4 from the middle of the series in order, with some skips, then picked up 4 more and put them in chronological order. I read Purity -- then Reunion and Portrait, bracketing Purity.
Hey, folks -- I do seriously recommend nabbing this series as a set and reading them in their proper order. There's a major story-arc involving the two main characters, Lt. Eve Dallas and a financier named Roarke, and piecing their story together is not nearly as enjoyable as reading it straight forward.
However, each book does stand alone as a Police Procedural Mystery. And the Mysteries are solidly plotted and well turned at the end. There's enough background of previous books so you can read out of context without being bewildered.
The third element in these novels that makes them of primary interest to me is that they are set in 2050's and beyond, where Earth has business interests on other planets. I so far have not read a story where Eve goes offplanet with Roarke, but I saw a reference to such a visit.
But I don't have much hope for that novel because of the short-shrift given the third element in this series.
That third element is the weakest part of these novels, and if futurology matters to you, skip this series.
The author has not done the sf novelists' mental work -- extrapolation, or "What if ..." So the series as a whole does not make a solid, well developed argument for future history taking a particular track. The kick an sf reader looks for in a near-future novel just isn't there.
There are bits and pieces of what looks "futuristic" but isn't really.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Potrait in Death April 23 2003
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This was the first book in the series that I read. I got hook on the series. I have read three other books in this series. The storyline is great.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Eve Dallas keeps on keepin on Jan. 6 2003
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Reunion in Death is another page turning fun mystery read with a murder for Eve Dallas to solve that has a suspect that is part of her past. A serial murder killer who enjoys HER self-chosen work is at large, and Eve believes that her ultimate target is her own Roarke. The series is great Nora Roberts. I'm on to the next one
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love it! Dec 18 2002
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Format:Mass Market Paperback
There are just some books that leave you with a vuege feeling of enjoyment months after you read them, most of the In Death series has that quality, and the 14th insalment is no exception.
I can easily say that Reunion is one of my favorites.
Like "Suduction" it takes a different route with the mystery. Instead of pieceing a puzzle together to find the identity of the murderer, Eve, Roarke, and company play cat and mouse with one of Eve's first collars out on good behavior.
I always think the chase is most of the fun so this book was perfect!
A good chunk of Eve's past is filled in too.
We get everything we've come to love. Action, a good dose of humor, (I have to say that Eve tranq'd are some of the funniest scenes I've read!) and of course romance with our favorite couple.
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