Connections in Death (In Death Series #48)

Connections in Death (In Death Series #48)

by J. D. Robb


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ISBN-13: 9781250201577
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 02/05/2019
Series: In Death Series , #48
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 42
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.50(d)

About the Author

J.D. ROBB is the pseudonym for #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts. She is the author of over 200 novels, including the futuristic suspense In Death series. There are more than 500 million copies of her books in print.


Keedysville, Maryland

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Silver Spring, Maryland

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Connections in Death (In Death Series #48) 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 56 reviews.
Anonymous 14 days ago
J.D. Robb has taken a new idea and fleshed it out. While her last two have been good but more of a rehashing of old plots. This one is fresh and new. From a simple murder masquerading as a OD comes a complex plot leading to a total takedown. We also see the return of old favorite charactors
Anonymous 11 days ago
Huge fan but this book didn't have the same voice. While I loved the plot, it almost felt like it was ghost written or co-written. The opening & old anicillary characters felt disconnected from the book (with the exception of Crack). Even Roake felt off (no Irish phrases whilst he & Eve were initimate). A bit disppointed in this offering. It lost a star for the ghost written feeling but gained a star for the plot.
Anonymous 13 days ago
I enjoy all of her books. This one was a little different as it was more of a true crime tale instead of a crazy serial killer or psychotic futuristic conspiracy. A very good read.
Anonymous 8 days ago
It took me a while to get into because the thought process seemed to stay in Roarkes point of view for good portions of the book. Then the point of view switched to Summerset, Peabody, and other characters. It only switched to Eve’s point of view and felt like an In Death book the last few chapters. It wasn’t a bad switch just one that took some adjusting to. It was nice to see character growth amongst all the characters and the deepening of the relationship to each other throughout the book. But at points I felt if I had to read the word connect or connection again I was going to start a drinking game in those words honor. Overall the book was good once you realized it was building to whatever is next for the characters. The first part of the book as with the last few have felt like a different authors voice with the end being Nora’s. With Eve’s sadness at the end I wonder if we are heading for then of the series or a change in the job or a child on the horizon.
Anonymous 13 days ago
They just get better and better. The only bad thing is the long wait until the next book.
Anonymous 13 days ago
Bad thing about JD Robb's books are you can't put them down, read them too fast, and have a long wait for the next one.
Anonymous 14 days ago
Satisfying and filling! Can't wait for the next in the series!
Anonymous 14 days ago
Great story line and characters. Glad to see a bit of some people we don't see as often any more. I am always anxiously awaiting the next book!!!
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Great read
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Excellent!! As always!!
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Excellent, as always, have read them all and look forward to each new one. Highly recommend you start at the beginning of the 1st In Death Series. The characters are fabulous and most appear in each consecutive book.
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Anonymous 4 days ago
I love reading the stories, but I miss some of the more Personal You seem to have moved away from...I miss bella Mavis You personal friends really only in book for a small bit...but I loved the read just sad not a many personal touches..this book had some but not the oh how funny warm me they have made the books more personal more warm and adds alot of Eve humor
Anonymous 4 days ago
This was as goodcas all thebothers that came before.
MonnieR 4 days ago
There's not quite enough here of Lt. Eve Dallas's hunky husband Roarke for me to put this one - the 48th in the series - on my short list of favorites. Besides that, both Eve and Roarke seem a little lackluster - almost as if they'd rather be anywhere other than in this story - and the setting amid rival gangs isn't quite as attention-holding for me personally as are other scenarios. Otherwise, though, it's got all the goodies I've come to know and love. Eve bickers with Roarke's majordomo Somerset, plays it cool with her stylish friend and competent co-worker Peabody, programs her personal Auto Chef to deliver great coffee (the year is 2061, after all) and Roarke is continuing, for the most part, to resist trying to run every aspect of Eve's life like choosing the clothes she must wear each day (for the latter, thank you, God). This one begins as Roarke is about to open a sort of haven for wayward young girls called An Didean and hires child psychologist Rochelle Pickering to run it. Rochelle's brother, Lyle, is living with her while he gets his personal house in order; he's a recovering addict and has refused to rejoin his old local gang, the Bangers. Before Rochelle can start her first day on the job, though, Lyle is found murdered in her apartment; early evidence shows he'd apparently returned to his drug habit and overdosed. Devastated, Rochelle insists that her brother would not - and had not - strayed. Her boyfriend, Crack, tags Eve's 'link, asking for her help. Their more in-depth look determines that Lyle's death was a murder, so now they set out to find the killer or killers. When a witness who lives in the building provides a description of what went on, they strongly suspect it was a gang-related hit. Needless to say, Eve's team, with a little bit of help from super-tech-friendly Roarke, delves into the gang world both electronically and in person. As I said in the beginning, this is not a world of which I want any part, not even to read about - so for me it leaned a tiny bit toward ho-hum, which is an unusual pronouncement for me to make of this series. Still, the plot is well done well and held my attention and the characters both familiar and fun - and of course, I'm already waiting for the next one.
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