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Nora Roberts is the number-one New York Times-bestselling author of more than 150 novels, including High Noon, Angels Fall, Blue Smoke, and Northern Lights. She is also the author of the bestselling futuristic suspense series written under the pen name J. D. Robb. There are more than 280 million copies of her books in print.
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In a story where we are exposed to the world of bad, corrupt cops, Eve and Peabody stand out as stars, standing against those who would bring down the line for which they stand. Protecting people from those who do evil.
You can tangibly feel the disgust that Dallas, Lieutenant Eve holds for such people, and why she throws her passion behind bringing down those who would do evil, when they should be doing what is good and right.
I enjoyed watching Eve, Roarke, Peabody and all the crew figure out how to cause the dirty cops to take missteps in order to bring them down, even to flush some of the hidden ones out into the open.
Well written, good to learn more about these characters I have come to enjoy so much. :) Worth a read if you like J.D. Robb's style. Reviewed .. just because I felt like it. :)
Treachery In Death leads us into the world of corrupt cops and what is necessary to take them down, how deep the corruption goes, who is on what side of the 'thin blue line' and just how clever everything is organised. A very active and actual subject in the real world that the author tackles and masterfully resolves ... true Dallas, Lieutenant Eve, style. Yes, sadly, bad cops to exist in everyday life - however, I am equally convinced (as are our heroes) that the good guys do outsmart, outmanoeuvre and outnumber their corrupt counterparts!
This tale also reintroduces Lieutenant Webster from IAB (Internal Affairs) - he was involved in a previous investigation in this series - and even provides him with a love interest, taking the tension off Eve where her husband Rourke is concerned and, well, let's just see where it takes us. No doubt we'll hear more about them in later adventures. However, new readers do not need to be concerned that they will not be able to follow the already established characters, J D Robb has a knack of providing enough details for those not familiar with the people involved.
Avid readers of the In Death series are also introduced to new characters and Dallas' squad members are getting more involvement time which is interesting. Who will see it through to the end? Will we find the new people in future cases or are they simply needed for this story?Read more ›
Instead of investigating a murder (or rather, in addition to investigating a murder), Eve is trying to gather evidence on a ring of dirty cops. You know very early on in the story who the bad guys are, and that takes a little of the edge out of the experience, but watching Eve figure out how to round everybody up is still good fun. I also enjoyed seeing IAB Lieutenant Webster back in the story, and getting some more insight on a few other minor characters in the series. Fans of Eve's exploits are sure to enjoy this new installment.
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An absolutely riveting book. So very well written. A nail biter and emotional as well. Nora Roberts never disappoints. Her research is amazing.Published 12 months ago by Jane L. Murray
Robb/Roberts does it again, gotta love Eve Dallas! Thoroughly enjoy this story line and can't wait for the next book!Published on June 30 2013 by Convoy Driver
The past two books before this had started to disappoint - just a little. Treachery is back on track! Read morePublished on May 11 2011 by shellonwheels
This book is really good I thoroughly enjoyed it and much better then recent books where I think they got a bit dull which for someone who has all t hese books and all Nora Roberts... Read morePublished on April 7 2011 by Schatze