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Rapture in Death by J.D. Robb
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Mar 18, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: jd-robb, mystery, eve-dallas

There is not break for weary or newly married in this installment of J.D. Robb’s Eve Dallas series. By chance Eve gets called to a suicide on the tail end of her honeymoon. Writing a report and going back to work, she is hard pressed to get everything together after being away. When she encounters another body that doesn’t make sense, she starts to look closer at the “suicides.” She works herself around different ways, tries to stop another person from dying, and links a well-known man’s suicide to the case. She is on a thin line until she hits onto something she wasn’t expecting. Peabody was brought on fully under her, and they together go through a great deal of data. When Roarke and she are mentally pushed to do things that they don’t know why they are doing them, it becomes personal. She tags the person responsible, and is further frustrated when everything falls apart. She is surprised when she finally ties everything up. If you like the other books, this is an interesting one and worth a read.

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