Review: Missing in Death & Ritual in Death by J. D. Robb



Ritual in Death
In Death #27.5
J. D. Robb
Berkley
Genre: Futuristic 
Pages: 160
Format Read: Paperback
 Source: Purchased

Dragged to a glamorous, high-society ball with billionaire husband Roarke, homicide Lieutenant Eve Dallas is almost relieved when a naked, knife-wielding, blood-drenched man crashes in - a man who thinks he has killed someone.

Tracing bloody footprints, Eve finds a hotel room filled with signs of a ritual murder, but the man remembers nothing. Determined to help, Roarke consults an ex-lover who practices witchcraft. But Eve knows there is nothing supernatural about a deadly lust for power...


For some reason I'm always behind on this series. As you can tell I've been trying to get caught up. Like all the books in the In Death series I enjoyed Ritual in Death. I also love visiting the characters that I love plus getting a great mystery to enjoy. 

This was a good one. Perfect to read on a stormy night. I really enjoyed this and felt that even though it ended well I kinda wanted more. 

Missing in Death
In Death #29.5
J. D. Robb
Berkley
Genre: Futuristic
Pages: 160
Format Read: Paperback
Source: Purchased


Aboard the Staten Island ferry, a tourist comes across something she shouldn't have seen - something someone needs kept very quiet. Soon no one can find her. But if she didn't jump, and she's not on board, where is she?

Homicide Lieutenant Eve Dallas is called to the scene and is quickly faced with a shocking web of lies. With time running out and a deadly trail of intimidation and revenge emerging, Eve and her team must find out just what was seen on that ferry . . .

  

Another great novella from J. D. Robb. This one is really good. I liked the idea of it and how it was written. It packs all you want from her books into it and gives you a satisfying story. 

Your heart breaks for the family who's looking for their mom but you also can't wait to find out what happened to her. 

Enjoyed the twists of the story and worth the read. 




Comments

  1. I got started late with this series too - I had read most of the Nora Roberts books, but had resisted reading this series. But once I started I couldn't stop! I even started re-reading them as I await another release.

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    1. Oh, I wish I was that caught up. It's funny when I don't read them I really don't miss them but when I pick one of hers to read I think to myself...why have I waited so long! I love these. Crazy!

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