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Naked in Death (In Death Series #1)

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13 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

A Great Intro

This first book in the In Death series introduces Eve Dallas NYPSD detective and her crazy life. It's wonderful to see a fully developed sarcastic character that really just doesn't like people. Eve has only two people she truly loves and trusts and it's obvious that sh...
This first book in the In Death series introduces Eve Dallas NYPSD detective and her crazy life. It's wonderful to see a fully developed sarcastic character that really just doesn't like people. Eve has only two people she truly loves and trusts and it's obvious that she's having some major issues dealing with the possibility of allowing anyone else into her trust circle. While the reader can see that she loves and trusts these people it's still not obvious to Eve.

This is Eve's first high profile case and though she's not completely sure the scenes are adding up she doesn't trust herself to go with her instincts against the profiling and evidence.

posted by GHott on October 4, 2011

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4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

The futuristic setting in this book had great potential. Though

The futuristic setting in this book had great potential. Though I liked this better than other Nora Roberts books, I still found it disturbing. The fact that the victims were legal prostitutes lent itself to an overabundance of sex and violence. I enjoyed the romance bu...
The futuristic setting in this book had great potential. Though I liked this better than other Nora Roberts books, I still found it disturbing. The fact that the victims were legal prostitutes lent itself to an overabundance of sex and violence. I enjoyed the romance but there again went to far for my liking.

posted by songbirdsue on September 28, 2013

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