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Divided in Death by J.D. Robb
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Feb 24, 11

Read on February 22, 2011

Intense! There is a lot of emotions in the air. Anger, fear, love, contempt, sorrow, rage and not only from who you'd expect.

A colleague and friend of Roarke is suspected of killing her husband, but for Eve the pieces are falling into place too easily. After finding data corruption on multiple computers, she suspects techno-terrorists.

During the investigation, information about Eve past comes to light. All she want to do is leave the past where it belongs and try and deal with what she learns, but Roarke wants revenge. They can't come to an agreement on what to do and it's pushing them so far apart, Eve wonders if this might break them.

All the books in the series I've read so far are good, but this one goes into the amazing category. I love that I had no idea who the perpetrator was until moments before it was revealed. You get to see Eve and Roarke through their most difficult moments as a couple. It made their relationship seem stronger for it in the end when I wondered how it could possibly do anything but end it.

Well-written and thrilling with a complex plot. I'm really enjoying seeing all of the characters develop and the new layers to their relationships in each story.
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