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Purity in Death by J.D. Robb
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Jul 14, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: appeal-adrenaline, appeal-emotions
Read in December, 2010 , read count: 3

A desperate call from Officer Trueheart brings Lieutenant Eve Dallas to the site of an officer involved death amidst the summer heat in 2059. As Eve analyzes the scene, the pieces just don't fit. While Eve tries to gather facts and help Trueheart, the EDD detective examining the dead chemie-dealer's unit suddenly goes on a violent rampage. Soon Eve's team realizes they are fighting a computer virus capable of creating organic damage to a user's brains. Responsibility is claimed by the Purity Seekers, a vigilante group targeting "child predators" whom the courts didn't, or couldn't, punish. Despite unintended, collateral deaths, once Purity's propaganda campaign is launched, New York is divided on whether Purity is composed of heroes or terrorists. Sensing the slippery slope Purity represents, Eve goes after the virus makers with a vengeance. Neither wealth, nor power, nor prestige will protect those who take another's life. Eve stands for the victims and views no one as above the law.

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