Purity in Death (In Death Series #15)

Purity in Death (In Death Series #15)

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Purity in Death 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 150 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I completely disagree with the critic that wrote that this book in her JD Robb series is sluggish. It's one of the best of the series in my opionion. I loved it. It is fast paced and fun. She throws in just enough humor to off-set the grimness of the murders. I don't know if it's the best of the 15, but it's definatly in the top 3. If you like any of the Eve Dallas books, you will certainly like this one. I love these books so much that I keep them and re-read them when I run out of good books to read. The only problem I have with these books is they keep disappearing as people want to borrow and read them all the time..:) It's another Nora Roberts winner. It is worth buying...:)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't understand how Nora Roberts just keeps getting better and better. This is the 15th book in this series and I have/love them all. I've been saying that everytime I get a new book I will read it slowly. I will savor it. This time I read the whole book in less than 24 hours, one big gulp! I don't care. It was worth it. I can read it again and again and still have so much to savor. I really hope the publisher lets her come out with more than two a year. I get edgy towards the end of the six months waiting for the next book to come out. What will Mavis and Leonardo's baby be like? When will Eve and Roarke start on their own bundle of joy? When will Ian and Delia get married? Oh, just get all 15 books, start with number one and by the time you've read all the way through to this one, you will be as hooked as any Eve and Roarke fan. I loved it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series. They never fail to capture me and I can't put them down.
pennyNY More than 1 year ago
The book's plot was so very different but very engrossing. Always enjoy reading about Roark and Eve and this was no different. Very enjoyable read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book's pretty cool but somehow lacks some pizzaz, unlike some of her earlier ones. The marriage between Dallas and Roarke is explored further. The one I'm interested in is the adding of Jamie Lingstrom into the picture. Hopefully some new developments there. I like how she brings old characters into the new books. Jamie as J.D Robb fans know, was introduced in Ceremony in Death. For old-time fans, the book's great! But if you wanna introduce a friend to the book, maybe Naked in death is the best way to go. Or Seduction in Death. One of my faves. =)
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you have ever read any other of her In Death series you will already know this is an excellent book. The story was captivating because computer viruses can happen in today's world. All in all the characters of Eve, Roarke and Peobody were realy great! I was sad to see it end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book. I have read the entire series, and I have to say that this is my absolute favorite yet. And they just keep getting better and better!! Can't wait for the next one. A definite read!! Keep up the good work Nora!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am disappointed...disappointed that I have to wait another six months for another awesome J.D.Robb book. I loved this book, and it definitely tugged at my heart, as all of these books do. I love how Robb introduces her characters. Hint for people who aren't familar with this series: start with the first one and continue.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an entertainment piece the likes of which I have not seen since '1984'. The book speeds up after a child molester is killed leaving the message on him, revealing the theme of the book which clues the reader very well and draws you in. By no means is this a dark or morbid piece, very gripping read.
harstan More than 1 year ago
The summer of 2059 in New York is brutal and tempers are flaring over trifling things. The New York Police and Security Department are kept busy leading to Lieutenant Eve Dallas reaching the end of her rope. When Louis Cogburn, a low level drug dealer who sells to children, suddenly goes berserk killing someone and injuring another person before he dies Eve catches the case.

At the scene of the blood bath she notices that on Louis¿s computer is the message ¿ABSOLUTE PURITY ACHIEVED¿. She orders the computer brought to headquarters where an officer specializing in computers examines it. Eight hours later the officer goes berserk, killing a peer and injuring another before he¿s killed. Eve immediately realizes that a virus on the computer is being passed on to humans, causing them to die. The Purity Seekers, an organization dedicated to destroying those who hurt the innocents takes credit for Louis¿s death. When a pediophile is found dead with the same message on it as Louis received, Eve realizes she has to smoke out the terrorists fast before they mete out their own brand of vigilante justice.

This is the fifteenth in the Death series and it is as fresh and innovative as the first book in this ongoing saga. The characters are growing and evolving with readers liking even the secondary cast almost as much as they adore the hero and heroine. In PURITY IN DEATH, the heroine¿s husband provides technical advice to Eve, but this time she figures out who the terrorists are and brings them to justice. J.D. Robb has written another fantastic futuristic romantic thriller.

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Anonymous 9 days ago
Just the right amount of the team in it. What a association of pure sociopaths for some of the upper crust ha. Great job.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As usual a great plot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
. . . and this time is my third expedition into reading all the IN DEATH books in order. When I like a book and take time to review it, I will usually call to the copy editor's attention one of the little mistakes in the book that cause attentive readers and English majors to grind their teeth. The following error was made in both this book and the one that precedes it. The words cache and cachet are not interchangeable. A CACHE is a secret stash. It is pronounced "CASH." The floorboard under which a bank robber hides his stolen money is his CACHE. CACHET is a French term meaning a certain distinction or flair. It is pronounced "cash-SHAY." When a society matron manages to snare a popular celebrity for her soiree, it lends the evening a certain CACHET. Okay, my English teacher instincts have been sated.
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Always excellent. Enjoyed reading it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Always enjoy this author for easy but thoughtful reads.
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This one was great. Love how all the favorites are pulled together as a team...tear jerker moments when three belovef officers go down in the line of duty
Laine-librariancanreadtoo More than 1 year ago
Picture this: Your sitting in front of your computer. Your doing everything you need to get done when you start getting a headache. It's not much, so you take some Advil. Then it starts getting worst.  The pounding, the level of hate rising, when finally you just burst!! You can't handle it anymore, someone has to pay for what is going on inside your own head! So you go at it, swinging trying to make the pounding stop. And by accident you kill an innocent bystander.  Dallas must try and find the answers of why this person had a massive headache before he died, and what does Absolute Purity Achieved means before an innocent cop gets benched and her  curious husband gets himself Purified.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Smiles.
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Great read from jd robb as always