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Salvation in Death by J.D. Robb
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Jun 24, 2011

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bookshelves: english-books, j-d-robb, own, romantic-suspense, 2011-reads
Read from June 19 to 24, 2011

Salvation in Death is an interesting book. Its slightly better than the 3 previous books or so. I was trying to make a proper review of this book but I don't think I can because there's nothing special to say or comment as this is the 27th book (excluding anthologies) I read in this series and the outline of the books are always the same as are the characters.

As to the things that differ between the books - cases, personal relationships, evolution of existent relationships - I can only say that this book was normal. It doesn't have any scandalous discovery or a big disagreement between Eve and Roarke.
This book was pretty standard and not with the usual strong emotions.

Eve has to face an identity theft in this case and it was pretty curious to see the solving of this mystery although I must confess - I think this is a proper word (ah, ah) - that the perpetrators of the crimes were obvious. Nonetheless it was worth it to read about the procedures of this case and how come Eve caught the killers.

I'll start "Promises In Death" right away and I hope to enjoy the reading.


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