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Immortal in Death by J.D. Robb
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Apr 27, 11

really liked it
Read in April, 2011

So Lt. Eve Dallas is getting married. But that is just a back ground story. Dallas is a Lieutenant in the New York Police Department in the year 2058. Dallas works homicide. Which is where the book opens, she is called to a scene of one of her informants. She request an “attachment” from Peabody, another female officer she has worked with before in the past. Someone Dallas considers a younger version of herself. When investigating this murder, she and Peabody discover Boomer, her now dead informant, had a formula for a new drug and a sample of it in powder form. With the help of Roarke, Dallas’ fiancé, a ober billionaire who is a reformed bad boy, growing up in the slums of Ireland he had to do what he had to do to get by, who still is not squeaky clean; therefore has computer equipment that is undetectable, Dallas learns it is an “illegal” new drug that has properties to make the user look young again but at a price, it’s deadly. This leads Dallas to discover that her best friend has been at odds with the new spokes person for her Mavis, Dallas’ friend, new boyfriend’s new clothing line. The spokes woman, Pandora, turns up dead with the same drug in her system. Two more deaths occur and at the moment Mavis is the one who looks the most guilty causing Dallas to have to place her under arrest. With days away from her wedding and Mavis out on bail can Dallas put a close to these murders, with another cop, Casto, Boomer’s other handler from illegals, breathing down her neck, and the addition of two more murders on her hand.

This Review gives this book , it wasn’t as exciting as her pervious books but still very good. It still keep the attention of the reader and will keep the reader wanting to know where the rest of the story will take them
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