quinta-feira, 6 de março de 2014

[Crítica] Interlude In Death, de J. D. Robb

Interlude in Death (In Death, #12.5)Interlude in Death by J.D. Robb
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


In early spring of 2059, Lieutenant Eve Dallas is called off planet to face a gruelling ordeal - giving a seminar at the largest police conference of the year, to be held in a swanky resort. A resort which just happens to be owned by her husband, Roarke, of course.

Even though Eve can't quite see it that way, it's supposed to be at least partly a vacation. But work intrudes in the form of a bloody homicide, and Eve is off and running. The case is complicated by Eve's personal history with the victim - and by the killer's history with Roarke. As danger closes in and the body count rises, Eve must find a way to stop the cycle of violence and revenge, and shove the past back where it belongs.

Esta pequena novella foi muito boa. Descobrimos mais sobre o passado da Eve e do Roarke. Foi muito interessante. Gostei! :)

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