Posts Tagged J.D. Robb
Dallas takes on a dirty cop.
Stars: Two and a half of five.Review format: Note plus Links. Treachery in Death – J.D. Robb. Summary: Peabody tackles her first case(s) as primary, and then inadvertently learns of a corrupt group of cops. Dallas makes it their mission to bring them down. Provenance: borrowed from local library. Read the rest of this entry »
Indulgence in Death is one of the newest Dallas books. She and Roarke are experiencing some of the luxuries of wealth when Eve needs to go solve a murder.
I think there’s a mysterious drug-chemical-potion being brought in from off-planet?
I don’t recall there being any significant character developments.The series does seem to have plateaued.
Book four of the In Death series. Mavis is launched on her career as a singer, Peabody begins to work permanently with Dallas, and there is a series of suicides which Eve finds suspicious. Nice cliffhanger where Eve has to rescue Roarke from a nasty plot. Compelling baddie.
This is the eighth Dallas book, and exciting new crime and characters appear. This is a satisfying instalment in the development of the series.
The murder victim is another female police officer who has long bitterly resented Eve’s success, and so Eve is considered a suspect. Louise DiMatto and Troy Trueheart are introduced as characters.