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Innocent in Death by J.D. Robb
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Jun 11, 2012

really liked it

As Eve works to catch a killer who poisoned a 5th grade History teacher in a posh private school, her world seems to be collapsing. Maggie, one of Roark's old flames and partners in crime, returns to New York and seems bent on reaquainting herself with Roark by any means necessary. Roark seems blind to her ploys, causing tension in his happy home. When even Summerset takes Eve's side and cautions her against Maggie's powers over Roark, that does nothing to ease the tension and inspires an insecurity in Eve that adds yet another dimenison to her character. Eve's investingation of the young, newlywed teacher's murder and the trauma his young, beautiful wife suffers as a result keeps Eve focused on her case and finding the killer despite problems at home. She does, of course, close her case and the murderer's identity is quite a shock! Yet another great In Death contribution!

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