Book Review: Rapture in Death (In Death, #4)

Rapture in Death by J.D. RobbRapture in Death by J.D. Robb

My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Song: Nickelback – Another Hole In The Head

This is just getting better and better. With each book we delve deeper and deeper into miasma of human nature. And also deeper into Eve’s character. I love how she opens up more now. It’s night and day compared to the first book, where she was cold and stoic and closed up like a turtle in her shell. Now she’s more of a human being and it’s all thanks to Roarke. God bless him!

The case of the week is a string of what looks like suicides. The first on rudely interrupting Eve and Roarke on their off-planet honeymoon. People are just so inconsiderate sometimes. Honestly. Any other cop would probably shrug and move on to the next case, but not Eve. When her gut tells her something is shifty in here, she pursues it like a dog does a bone, uncovering someone’s sick game with a human brain. It’s all fascinating really, and not that impossible. So, scary…

I wonder if they have it in purple

I wanna say one more thing before I go. PEABODY! Girl has the worst luck with men, but damn she’s hilarious.

Over and out


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