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Innocent in Death (In Death Series #24)

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Jennifer Wardrip - Personal Read

I've said before that the "...IN DEATH" series by J.D. Robb (aka Nora Roberts) is my all-time favorite series, and after 24 books, that still holds true.

With INNOCENT IN DEATH, I spent as much time crying over the emotional disturbance between my favorite cou...
I've said before that the "...IN DEATH" series by J.D. Robb (aka Nora Roberts) is my all-time favorite series, and after 24 books, that still holds true.

With INNOCENT IN DEATH, I spent as much time crying over the emotional disturbance between my favorite couple, Eve Dallas and Roarke, as I did trying to find out who committed the crimes.

When a likeable, all-around good guy teacher at a private school ends up dead, poisoned by ricin in his hot chocolate, the school is in shock. Eve immediately realizes that not all is at it seems at the school; that everyone, from the principal, to the other teachers, to the students, and to their parents have things they'd rather keep hidden.

While trying to solve the murder of Craig Foster, and the subsequent death of yet another teacher, Eve must deal with the emotional roller-coaster of the reappearance of one of Roarke's old flames. And unlike the majority of women from Roarke's past, Magdelena Purcell is a woman that Roarke never forgot.

As one passage states, when Magdelena informs Eve that Roarke didn't leave her, but that it happened the other way around, both women know that that small distinction makes all the difference.

INNOCENT IN DEATH is one of my new favorites in the series. Not only was the mystery an interesting and compelling one (with a suspect that I didn't see coming), but the true, deep emotions of my favorite couple made this a real winner. Thankfully, everything worked itself out in the end, and my heart, along with Eve's, is finally feeling lighter.

posted by TeensReadToo on November 2, 2008

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

interesting book

I enjoyed this book as I have most of Nora Roberts (and J.D.Robb) books. I find her J.D.Robb books good, but find that I get a little annoyed with the character of Dallas as she is too hard for a female of her characteristics. This is the 5th or 6th J.D.Robb book I've ...
I enjoyed this book as I have most of Nora Roberts (and J.D.Robb) books. I find her J.D.Robb books good, but find that I get a little annoyed with the character of Dallas as she is too hard for a female of her characteristics. This is the 5th or 6th J.D.Robb book I've read and although they are interesting, I get peaved with Dallas and her attitude toward women. She is one,isn't she?, and married to a very hot man, has hot steamy sex, and then acts like she doesn't know how a women should act around babies or other women. I can see her wanting to be a bad ass cop at times, but tone it down a little when she is not being a cop--although she never seems to have downtime to be just a woman. Oh well, I do mostly enjoy the books, though.

posted by 993935 on March 9, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2009

    interesting book

    I enjoyed this book as I have most of Nora Roberts (and J.D.Robb) books. I find her J.D.Robb books good, but find that I get a little annoyed with the character of Dallas as she is too hard for a female of her characteristics. This is the 5th or 6th J.D.Robb book I've read and although they are interesting, I get peaved with Dallas and her attitude toward women. She is one,isn't she?, and married to a very hot man, has hot steamy sex, and then acts like she doesn't know how a women should act around babies or other women. I can see her wanting to be a bad ass cop at times, but tone it down a little when she is not being a cop--although she never seems to have downtime to be just a woman. Oh well, I do mostly enjoy the books, though.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2007

    Be done with this series

    Very boring. This series was great with the first 10-15 books. Now, it is very boring and not worth reading. The characters are no longer any fun. Be done with Eve Duncan.

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