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on May 15, 2016
Despite its title, this book forms part of the In Death series and a very important one within the 'evolution' that is Eve Dallas and Roarke, the main characters. This time, the lieutenant of homicide in New York not only has to put a murderer and pedophile back in the cage, but also has to face her past - her childhood traumas in Dallas.
As always, J D Robb manages to draw the reader's attention to the facts and happenings at hand, and involve them in the emotional rollercoaster that is life. Although these are fictional people she describes, the issues tackled are only too real and sadly happen around us every day. This is what makes stories as described here so involving, but also 'distant' enough not to put off whoever picks up the novel. Maybe it's the combination of hunting the bad people while also dealing with important life issues, but it could also be the simple discovery as to what people are capable of - meaning what they can overcome in order to finally deal with the past, letting go of past traumas and moving on in life. This is an aspect so very often overlooked and is so very important to be made / become aware of - even if it sometimes seems insurmountable!
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on March 3, 2016
Great character development throughout this series - I loved the change of scenery with the majority of the book being in Dallas. Wins all around!
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on January 16, 2016
excellent story
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on August 16, 2014
Another excellent episode in the story of Eve Dallas and Roarke.
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on July 22, 2014
Enjoyed it.
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on July 1, 2014
All her books are my favourite
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Great story! Eve goes back to Dallas to confront demons of her past as the first case she cracked as a rookie officer comes back to her to put to rest.
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on March 14, 2014
This book was great as usual. I am a fan of all of the Dallas series. This book provided background of her early life that had events she had not been aware of at that time. No spoiler - so I will say no more other than if you are a fan of Dallas you should read this book so you will know a little more about the past events.
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on November 12, 2012
I have all the books from J.D. Robb and love
to see how the people and the stories evolves.
The quest to find the killer and how it balance
with the backstory of Eve, Roarke and the others.
Difficult to wait for the nextone.
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on March 18, 2012
By now, the Eve Dallas series should be getting a little stale. Most of the earlier books, all of which I own, have a fairly standard formula and the stories themselves are almost interchangeable. We learn about Eve's hideous childhood, her courage, her insecurities and the renegade,uber- billionaire husband who loves her. Sometimes Eve seems a bit of a pain in the behind, great cop or not. But this latest installment, New York to Dallas, is riveting and moving. If the series ended here, it would be a perfect conclusion. In this book Eve is simply more than we have seen her before. She is more introspective, more articulate, more trusting and more vulnerable and, finally more grown up.
There is the usual villain whose crimes mirror the abuse Eve suffered as a child from her father. Eve has to confront monsters she thought were long put away and the process comes close to destroying her. But she also is able to lean on Roarke, on Mira, and to accept that she has a "family" who love her and whom she loves. This Eve is a long step from the suspicious, constricted, emotionally frozen woman we first met in this series. The unwinding of the story parallels Eve's painful release of the emotional restraints which have tortured her all her life. A very well done book. Could not put it down.
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