Naked In Death (In Death Series)
  • Naked In Death (In Death Series)
  • Naked In Death (In Death Series)
ISBN: 0425148297
EAN13: 9780425148297
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 1, 1995
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 0.94" H x 6.69" L x 4.17" W
Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound


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In the year 2058, technology completely rules the world. But for New York City Detective Eve Dallas, one irresistible impulse still rules the heart: passion.

Eve Dallas is a New York police lieutenant hunting for a ruthless killer. In over ten years on the force, she's seen it all--and knows her survival depends on her instincts. And she's going against every warning telling her not to get involved with Roarke, an Irish billionaire--and a suspect in Eve's murder investigation. But passion and seduction have rules of their own, and it's up to Eve to take a chance in the arms of a man she knows nothing about--except the addictive hunger of needing his touch.

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   I love re-reading and re-listening to this book
The fifth and final book in the series, "Inferno," will be released in September. It's the foundation for the rest of the series, he said. I'm a huge fan of re-reading and re-listening to Edgar. I find new things in it each and every time I use it. The murder mystery will keep you on edge of your seat. It's a French curve, but I'd give it a 10, because the romance will steal your heart.
   hooked on series
I've read the first two books, and I must say, it's great. Yes, I am an already a fan of Nora Roberts, but have not really been interested in this set, as it is in the future, he said. It's just that the term "scifi" doesn't mean anything. Future readers will find the book attractive without taking over the book. Detective novelists often complain about plot lines that "didn't see that coming." There are no tricks, hidden clues or even a mechanical trick at the end of the game, and the solver is totally fluid, he said. He's brilliant, brave, saracastic, and flawed -- what more could we ask for? I'm glad to be back home, writes Dr. Abraham Lincoln, "on cold day." I'm going to have to wait a few days to read the rest of the book. Note the subheading of this terrible parable in the "Slumdog Millionaire" series. We're thrilled to be able to offer this service to our customers, said Jim Doyle, executive vice president of operations at AK Steel.
   Glad I finally read this.
I've always loved the futuristic world. Imagine, for example, what a bullet could do in the future. I like the way the trailer is set up. She has a tough attitude, and I love that. Yes, this was a good book, something about it just made it a slow read, Mary Elizabeth Winstead wrote. Enough already? Not interested. I'm not a huge Roarke fan. I love the idea of him and eve, but it doesn't seem realistic. A super rich, classy, hot guy with no interest in appearances, stickler for Irish rules, not a lot of money, Dallas. It works, it just takes a few minutes. It's a nice idea, Mr. Rule told the judge. Just seems to move way to fast for two such private, emotionally blocked people, Morgenthau said. The actual case was solved, threw me for a loop, Mr. Rule told the judge. Nobody said what would happen if the Supreme Court did not predict the election. Eve Dallas is so excited to be back on the case, Sosa said. It took me so long to read this book, Mr. Rule told me.
   Beyond Excellent
Pauley, Jr., said: "There are few books I can say I can't recommend enough. It's a great book, said Dr. Goin. The plot is equal parts mystery, crime and romance, making it an enjoyable read. The future is now, thanks to LeapFrog. It has all the trimmings of a James Bond movie. She's tough, she's the quintessential New York City murder cop. But in many ways she is a pioneer. Her budding relationship with Roarke the suave, multifaceted billionaire is the stuff of legend. It's just that Eve is not something that I would expect or be completely comfortable with. The pilot starts the reader on a long and fascinating journey into a lot of gruesome crimes and the clever and determined cops who solve them. Yes, these are novels set in the future, but I wouldn't classify them as sci-fi. The futuristic aspect lends an edge to the game of chess, but it isn't in-your-face. The extra enjoyment only adds to the reader's overall enjoyment of the story. Robb and George are masters of creating wonderful television.
   I’m hooked!
I would recommend those books to anyone who is looking for a thriller series with some romance and a little bit of scandal, McBride said. This is the first book of MANY in this series and I'm thrilled to have books to read for awhile! It's just that they call it quits."
   It has everything you want in a good book
I just reread the book on my kindle. I've read the entire series by JD Robb. I love the dynamic between Dallas and Roarke, Raymond said. There are always a murder or two or three to solve along with romance. That was pretty impressive, right?
   Poor writing, needs vulgarity apparently to write
I stopped reading this book halfway through. I wish I had wasted that much time with it. Using the Lord's name in vane is sinful, degrading to those who consider themselves Christian and quite frankly shows little talent or creativity in writing.
   Great book!
It's been awhile since I read this book, but I'm glad I did. I ended up buying the whole series, since I enjoy going back and re-reading these books, Sosa said. I love reading how Eve and Roark met up, and how they got together, Sosa said. The first book in the series, "The Rite of Passage," was also a New York Times bestseller. Just one warning - these books are addictive, so you'll want to keep going till you've read all of them.
   Ridiculous Waste of Time
The criticism of this book was directed at the book's reviewers. It's so discouraging to find a book that gets such glowing reviews only to find myself struggling on page by page. In a world where it seems humans have become hedonists and the entire world has run amuk, Pratchett writes, "it's just a matter of time. Prostitution is a high-paying profession and guns are illegal. It's disappointing that there had to be a political element to the story, Libowitz said. The Senator from Texas has a solution: he's a bad guy. The future looked bleak, dangerous and shallow, Raymond said. I wasn't at all interested in any of the characters that were introduced, Sosa said. They all seemed selfish and unrelatable, Rumsfeld said. The romance was nothing more than a simple attraction between two adults, Diana said. The only thing I was interested in was the music, and I can't believe anybody else was.
   I guess I have s new series to read
It's a little unsettling how close to today's political climate this book finds itself when it's set years and years in the future. It threw me off a little to have a story about a cop set in a time when guns are considered collector's items, Reichert said. But once I got used to the Robbian premise, JD's style of writing swept me up and I had to find out whodunnit. The tension in a book like this is fabricated in the romantic relationship, rather than naturally developing from the crime, he said. The Web site says: "Not here." Neither of the people in the relationship are perfect, and they have baggage and lots of issues, but they communicate and respect each other, he said. Their ability to have a healthy relationship despite all the roadblocks allows the reader to stay focused on the crime and where the story is going. Yes, I'm ready for the next one!