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Faithless in Death: An Eve Dallas Novel (In Death, 52) Mass Market Paperback – July 27, 2021
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About the Author
- Publisher : St. Martin's Paperbacks (July 27, 2021)
- Language : English
- Mass Market Paperback : 416 pages
- ISBN-10 : 125077182X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1250771827
- Item Weight : 9.1 ounces
- Dimensions : 4.85 x 1.11 x 7.02 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,950 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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But this had a bit of snap and pizzaz. Still not a fabulous effort but getting back on track.
This book isn't up to earlier efforts at all - and there's only one sexy encounter between our (usually) favorite couple.
Does Roberts hope to bring on her hopefully fictitious Urban Wars by increasing the cultural divisiveness in the US?
The story here is cleverly plotted out and twisty-turny. What starts as a likely crime of passion murder turns into so much more...horrifyingly more. And so much of the writing parallels as social commentary. The description of this cult and its followers/believers, while supposedly religious based here has an eerily familiar ring to it.
What is really freaky is how much of it turns out to be prescient. And the coincidence of release day being the day of the actual start to the second impeachment trial is something else.
I continue to be amazed that Robb can still turn out such great stories after so much time. The world building and character development is true master class status. Any author seeking to develop and maintain a series that follows the same characters over the long haul needs to do a deep dive study of JD Robb’s work from Naked in Death (1995) to Faithless in Death (2021). 52 full length novels plus a bunch of novellas. It is my all time favorite series and I have read and listened to them all over and over again. I can’t say enough about this world, these characters or this storytelling.
A cult with international reach and revolting tenets is uncovered due to a brutal murder. As Eve, her extended team, the FBI and Interpol work doggedly to bring them down we have bright and brutal moments both.
I do enjoy these escapes from Miss Robb.
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This book had been pre ordered and went straight to the top of my tbr list. Now that I have read it I wish it was still on my list so I could savour the thought of the read to come.
No matter that I know the cast of characters, and I know the basics of how they all work together the books are all different, all fresh and exciting.
A great read. Complicated and intense. Cruel and loving. Marvellous.
These later books are not a patch on the earlier In Death books, in my view, mainly because the earlier ones had more of Eve's personal life. her friends etc. In the past I have pre-ordered these books and actually started reading them on the way home. It is telling that I had this book for almost a week before I started reading it. It is probably just me but I can and do still re-read the earlier books and absolutely love them but these later books are not comparable in my view. So disappointing, sorry.
Jamie, Charles, Louise etc. It would be nice to find out what happened to some children and people she had rescued in earlier cases. Need a good shake up to give them back the edge.