quarta-feira, 30 de julho de 2014

[Crítica] Visions In Death, J.D. Robb

Visions in Death (In Death #19)Visions in Death by J.D. Robb
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

★★★★☆ {4.5}

On one of the city's hottest nights, New York Police Lieutenant Eve Dallas is sent to Central Park-and into a hellish new investigation. The victim is found on the rocks, just above the still, dark water of the lake. Around her neck is a single red ribbon. Her hands are posed, as if in prayer. But it is the eyes- removed with such precision, as if done with the careful hands of a surgeon-that have Dallas most alarmed.

As more bodies turn up, each with the same defining scars, Eve is frantic for answers. Against her instincts, she accepts help from a psychic who offers one vision after another-each with shockingly accurate details of the murders. And when partner and friend Peabody is badly injured after escaping an attack, the stakes are raised. Are the eyes a symbol? A twisted religious ritual? A souvenir? With help from her husband, Roarke, Dallas must uncover the killer's motivation before another vision becomes another nightmare. . . .

Gostei muito! A Nora Roberts (aka J. D. Robb) continua a surpreender-me, não estava nada à espera da revelação final.

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