Glory In Death: 2

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Little, Brown Book Group, Oct 7, 2010 - Fiction - 336 pages
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The dead were her business. She lived with them, worked with them, studied them. She dreamed of them. Murder no longer shocked, but it continued to repel.

The first victim is found lying on a sidewalk in the rain. The second murdered in her own apartment building. Both have had their throats slashed.

New York City homicide lieutenant Eve Dallas has no problem finding connections between the two crimes. Both women were beautiful and successful; their glamorous lives and loves the talk of the city. And their intimate relations with powerful men provide Eve with a long list of suspects - including her own lover, Roarke.

As a woman, Eve is compelled to trust the man who shares her bed. But as a cop, it's her job to follow every lead, to explore every secret passion, no matter how dark. Or how dangerous.

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Good introduction to a new key player. - LibraryThing
To me, there was no real huge dramatic plot twists. - LibraryThing
Turned pages faster and the pacing kept up. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - creighley - LibraryThing

Fifty Shades meets maladjusted (beautiful) detective. Very minor fare here and very predictable. If she is such a great detective, why did I know who the murderer was LONG before she did. Of course, our fair damsel had to be rescued! YUK, I can't believe I read two of these! Read full review

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User Review  - Samantha - Goodreads

Glory In Death follows Lieutenant Eve Dallas as she works to capture the person slashing successful women's throats. This was my second "In Death" book and while the murderer is fairly easy to figure ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

J.D. Robb is the pseudonym of Nora Roberts, the number one NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of more than one hundred novels. With more than 300 million copies of her books in print, and over 150 New York Times bestsellers to date, Nora Roberts is indisputably the most celebrated women's fiction writer today.

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