Friday, August 23, 2013

Born in Death by J.D. Robb

Born in Death by J.D. Robb

A young accountant and her fiance are tortured and murdered when Lieutenant Eve Dallas is called in. They worked for the same company and Dallas figures there must be a connection through their work that caused this to happen. The couple must have come across something at work that was worth killing for and Dallas needs to figure out what it is.

Meanwhile, Mavis still hasn't had her baby so Dallas and Roarke attend birthing classes so they can help Mavis through it, which they both find rather disturbing. One of Mavis' pregnant friends becomes connected in this book when she goes missing and Dallas also becomes responsible for finding her.

There were two stories in this book that made a rather forced connection at the end. I didn't like how the two were brought together and found it all very unrealistic. This is my 8th In Death book read this year and I think I need a break. There is such a thing as too much Eve and Roarke.

First Line: "The ways and means of friendship were murderous"


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