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National bestselling author J.D. Robb's phenomenal series has captivated readers nationwide with its tantalizing blend of romance, suspense, and near-future police procedural. Now, New York cop Eve Dallas returns to face her most ingenious foe--an unknown bomber who taunts her with letters...and kills without mercy.
Published: Penguin Group on Oct 1, 1999
ISBN: 9781101203712
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A mad bomber (or group of mad bombers - named Cassandra) is sending Eve letters and threatening to blow up her city. Book also begins with the murder of a man by his girlfriend - with a screwdriver - because he has been screwing around.read more
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This tenth installment in the In Death series gives readers a bit of a break after the intensity of the previous book, Conspiracy in Death.Instead of a murderer or a serial killer, this time NYPSD homicide lieutenant Eve Dallas is up against terrorists who are bent on blowing up NYC landmarks. (This was first published in 1999, and the Twin Towers are mentioned, but spared.)Despite the subject that is now a much more serious one, Loyalty in Death is the over-the-top installment. From the first murder, with a power drill, to the last scene that has Roarke ****spoiler**** dangling from the Statue of Liberty,**** the book is larger than life. Not that the 2059 setting isn't larger than life anyway, but it's moreso than usual.Which is not to say that Loyalty doesn't have its serious moments. We're introduced to Officer Peabody's younger brother Zeke, whose tender and trusting heart gets him into trouble. And there are developments between Peabody and the thorn in her side, McNab. There's even a scene with an E & B (explosives & bombs?) lieutenant that had me near tears.I had a problem with the first murder, and the motives of the terrorist group were murky--perhaps deliberately so, but I'd have liked more resolution there.Still, it's an exciting, lively story, and the developments in the personal lives of several of the characters are well worth the read.read more
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I love this series. I've read the book 2x and now I've also listened to the audio. This is the first book where McNab and Peabody get together - I hadn't remembered it had taken so many books actually.Another excellent installment and Ericksen as usual does a sterling job of the narration.read more
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A mad bomber (or group of mad bombers - named Cassandra) is sending Eve letters and threatening to blow up her city. Book also begins with the murder of a man by his girlfriend - with a screwdriver - because he has been screwing around.
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This tenth installment in the In Death series gives readers a bit of a break after the intensity of the previous book, Conspiracy in Death.Instead of a murderer or a serial killer, this time NYPSD homicide lieutenant Eve Dallas is up against terrorists who are bent on blowing up NYC landmarks. (This was first published in 1999, and the Twin Towers are mentioned, but spared.)Despite the subject that is now a much more serious one, Loyalty in Death is the over-the-top installment. From the first murder, with a power drill, to the last scene that has Roarke ****spoiler**** dangling from the Statue of Liberty,**** the book is larger than life. Not that the 2059 setting isn't larger than life anyway, but it's moreso than usual.Which is not to say that Loyalty doesn't have its serious moments. We're introduced to Officer Peabody's younger brother Zeke, whose tender and trusting heart gets him into trouble. And there are developments between Peabody and the thorn in her side, McNab. There's even a scene with an E & B (explosives & bombs?) lieutenant that had me near tears.I had a problem with the first murder, and the motives of the terrorist group were murky--perhaps deliberately so, but I'd have liked more resolution there.Still, it's an exciting, lively story, and the developments in the personal lives of several of the characters are well worth the read.
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I love this series. I've read the book 2x and now I've also listened to the audio. This is the first book where McNab and Peabody get together - I hadn't remembered it had taken so many books actually.Another excellent installment and Ericksen as usual does a sterling job of the narration.
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As usual, J. D. Robb does not fail to deliver. Eve Dallas is receiving letters from an unknown "secret admirer" who taunts and kills without mercy. Each target is larger than the one before.
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An unknown bomber stalking New York City sends Eve Dallas taunting letters promising to wreak mass terror and destruction among the "corrupt masses." And when his work of destruction threatens those she cares for most, Eve fights back to keep him from coming to close to home. It becomes a race against the clock before the city falls. Peabody’s brother, Zeke, figures in this. Also Greek mythology—an old group called Apollo has spawned a new group, Cassandra—the prophet to whom Apollo gave the power of prophesy. What is really amazing, to me is that this book, although set in 2059, was published in 1999. The plot has to do with a group that is targeting major landmarks in New York for destruction and the Twin Towers are even mentioned as a possible target. This book came two years before the Twin Towers and other landmarks were actual targets of terrorist attacks. That is just a little spooky!
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I’m pretty sure there’s not a bad book in this series. This one contains a complicated web of crimes that not only brings Eve and Roarke closer together, but Peabody and McNabb, too!
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