This second book of the series definitely picks up its pace and has a more interesting plot. It is definitely an improvement over Book 1.
A perfect example of why we love the In Death series; murder, solid investigation, romance and Lt. Eve Dallas doing what she does best, finding justice for the dead.
I like Dina and Sean in the Innkeeper series, but they are seriously upstaged by big sister Maud and Arland, and of course, little Helen.
Why does one adventure work and another doesn’t?
Katie Ruggle keeps getting better and better. Risk It All is part crime drama, part survival adventure and all excitement.
DNF – So much possibility but I just couldn’t take the pacing of the story.
Book #49 of the series was a bit of a dud. I am hoping she is saving it all up for the next book. J.D. Robb (a/k/a Nora Roberts) is reaching a pinnacle with her next book, Golden in Death, which will be #50 of the In Death series. This is one of my favorite […]
Understanding that this is the first book in a series, the set up of took a lot of time and was a bit draggy. On the plus side, the Helen Harper story was actually narrated with a British accent.
An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it gives us a chance to revisit a world […]
Just when I was ready to lament the downfall of my favorite character, Dallas is back on her game and kicking ass once again.