A really great book, fast paced, many twists and turns, am sure some of the situations in the book do exist and Eve, Roarke and the other characters in the book seemed more mature, definitely one of the best.
This didn't feel or read like a J.D. Robb book to me. Eve didn't seem like Eve. Like herself. And the same with Peabody.
It almost seemed to me like someone else wrote this book for her. A ghost writer or something. I've read all her "In Death" books and although I can't say I disliked this one, it just wasn't the same. I read them for the personalities of the characters, and they seemed like different people here.
Thought this book was one of JD Robb’s finest....it was very interesting as you can see a familiar setting to one of the well known Scientology groups. There is a great storyline. Enjoy this book.
I was part way through the first quarter of the book, and wondered how the rest of the book was going to go as it seemed fairly "normal" at that point. Then it went sideways.
Really great story and not what I expected.
I read this book in 2 days. Couldn't put it down. I love this series and can't wait for the next book.
What starts off as what looks like a fairly routine murder ( if there is such a thing ) turns into an in depth look at a religious cult with a far reaching scope. Dallas & Peabody have to dig deep to weed out all of the lies to find out the truth. There is a moment of exceptional good news for Mavis & Leonardo fans.
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