Saturday, December 12, 2009

Kindred in Death

In the 29th installment of In Death series from JD Robb, Kindred in Death, this one was one of the best ones yet, when it dealt with a shocking and heinous twist, when it had hit close to home and to the NYPSD. This took place in a futuristic New York City in the year of 2060. When the captain and his wife return from their vacation, they looked forward to spend time with their sixteen-year-old Deena. But they came home to find her killed in her own bedroom. When they thought they've figured it out, he continued to taunt and torment them with his various identities along the way. This left Eve Dallas searching the backstreets for a ruthless killer. This one was gripping and right at the edge of the seat, when it dealt with family and how hard- hitting people can be, when it came to payback. Hang on for a wild ride.

This was another fantastic futuristic thriller from JD Robb. I loved the view of a futuristic New York City and all of the different types of gadgets we can envision of having, like those 'links to use and communicate with other people with. That vision is crystal clear on how technology can become. This tackled a rough issue of family loss and dealing with grief. I loved the coupling of Eve Dallas and Roarke. I loved how Eve interacted with her police force to come together and bring justice for everyone involved. Great drama, lots of intense action in every scene, and great sexual chemistry, too.

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1 comment :

  1. It's funny you're posting about the In Death series because I was just thinking about it and putting it on my series to read list for 2010. Thanks for the review because it sounds like a series worth reading.


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