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Imitation in Death by J.D. Robb
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This one started a bit slowly, but fell back in place as soon as Eve went home and connected with Roarke. (I don't like too much straight procedural.)

The suspect of the book is a copy-cat who's got fascination for all those infamous serial killers Ted Bundy, the Boston Strangler, and of course good ol' Jack the Ripper. He also has a hard on going for Eve, leaving her personalized notes at the scenes.

Above and beyond the case, Peabody is up for the detective exam, Peabody and McNabb are considering co-habitating, Roarke is still coming to terms with his real mother's death, and Eve gets dreams/flashbacks for the first time of her birth mother (who she had no memory of previously).

On the lighter side, Eve and Roarke attend their first family BBQ, and Roarke tries to mimic the experience to mixed results. Oh, and Summerset is back from his vacation.

Great book. The ending makes it seem like one of those transition books. Fitting since this is the last book of the pile I had stockpiled for years.
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