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A crisp winter morning in New York. In a luxury apartment, the body of a woman lies stretched out on a huge bed. On the wall above, the killer has left a message in bold black ink: FOR LIEUTENANT EVE DALLAS, WITH GREAT ADMIRATION AND UNDERSTANDING.
Eve Dallas is used to unwanted attention. Famous for her high-profile cases and her marriage to billionaire businessman Roarke, she has learned to deal with intense public scrutiny and media gossip. But now Eve has become the object of a singular and deadly obsession. She has an 'admirer', who just can't stop thinking about her. Who is convinced they have a special bond. Who is planning to kill for her - again and again...
With time against her, Eve is forced to play a delicate - and dangerous - psychological dance. Because the killer is desperate for something Eve can never provide - approval. And once that becomes clear, Eve knows her own life will be at risk - along with those she cares about the most.
404 pages, Hardcover
First published January 12, 2015
Eve has become the object of one person’s obsession. Someone who finds her extraordinary, and thinks about her every hour of every day. Who believes the two of them have a special relationship. Who would kill for her — again and again...
“Well now, this must be love. You sharing the biscuits.” “They’re cookies. Biscuits are hot bread you smother in butter or gravy. Remember which side of the Atlantic you’re on, ace.”
"Bloody bollocks to that."
While Obsession In Death is a winner and one of my very favorites.......would really, really like to see lots more ROARKE in #41!!!
See if you can find the wrongfully used "puss" and "wail".Whoa, this is the first time Eve has ever considered bringing in Roarke's coffee brand for her people. I do like her reasons for rejecting it. What indeed would be the fun?
As Jenkinson says, "'Nobody effes with our LT. Deal with it,' he told Dallas, then walked out."It's so sweet the care Eve takes with Mason. Then there's Tortelli's excuses, jeez. Peabody hits it on the head about Tortelli's stupidity.