You would think that after all this time and after so many books that this series would get old. Yeah you would think it but thankfully that aint the case! They just keep getting better. Our Eve and Roarke are in a rhythm that makes them the IT couple that they are.
The chemistry between these two keeps getting better and better. They have hit a groove that makes me a bit nervous to be honest. It’s that feeling you get when everything is going good….. too good. I hope Robb doesn’t throw us a curve ball anytime soon.
The case is a good one. I like a little crazy psychopath in my mystery thrillers. Being in the killers head was a bit different and we spent a lot of time there in Thankless in Death. No real mystery to solve for the reader. It is more like following parallel storylines. It’s a good change in perspective. I liked it very much.
On to our faithful crew! Pink cowboy boot wearing Peabody is her sassy self. She makes me smile anytime I see her name on the page. Mira is simply perfection. Summerset…LOL. His dinnertime “help” just proves he loves his surly Eve. Baxter and the guys sporting sunglasses had me laughing out loud. Oh and the Irish clan visiting the America s for the Thanksgiving holiday. They are a welcomed addition to this family. Well, unless you are talking about the drooling members then Eve may have to stun you. :)
I have said it before and I will say it again. Reading the latest In Death book is like coming home for the weekend. You get a warm feeling of familiarity and love from these characters. These characters are people that genuinely care for each other and have built a camaraderie that is unmatched in my opinion to any other series.
In the latest suspense thriller in the #1 New York Times bestselling series, the year 2060 is drawing to a close in New York City and loved ones are coming together for Thanksgiving. But sometimes the deepest hatreds seethe within the closest relationships, and blood flows faster than water…
Lieutenant Eve Dallas has plenty to be grateful for this season. Hosting Roarke’s big Irish family for the holiday may be challenging, but it’s a joyful improvement on her own dark childhood.
Other couples aren’t as lucky as Eve and Roarke. The Reinholds, for example, are lying in their home stabbed and bludgeoned almost beyond recognition. Those who knew them are stunned—and heartbroken by the evidence that they were murdered by their own son.