Betrayal in Death


JD Robb
Romantic Suspense
Berkley / 2001
Paperback / 355 Pages
Series In Death #12
At the luxurious Roarke Palace Hotel, a maid walks into suite 4602 for the nightly turndown -- and steps into her worst nightmare. A killer leaves her dead, strangled by a thin silver wire. He s Sly Yost, a virtuoso of music and murder. A hit man for the elite. Lieutenant Eve Dallas knows him well. But in this twisted case, knowing the killer doesn t help solve the crime. Because there s someone else involved. Someone with a more personal motive. And Eve must face a terrifying possibility -- that the real target may, in fact, be her husband Roarke....

I picked this book up because Series

What I liked the Most? The glimpse into the happy part of Roarke’s youth

What I liked the Least? The why

Review: The frustrations mount quickly in this installment. The killer's identity is known almost from the start AND there’s enough evidence to slap him with a handcuffs ten times over - the problem locating him.

This is a fast-paced book ~ where Eve tries to capture the hired killer with little results and bumbling FBI interference.

Recommended to: Fans of the Series

Best Quote: Vending Machine: "This product has no known nutritional value and may cause irritability or wakefulness in some individuals. Please enjoy your selection and your day."

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