JUSTICE IS SERVED.
Edward Mira is a powerful man, with a lot of enemies. But when the former senator is violently abducted, Lieutenant Eve Dallas suspects his kidnap is more personal than political. Someone is seeking justice; the bloodier the better.
Edward's cousin Dennis was injured during the abduction - and that makes things very personal for Eve and her husband Roarke. Dennis is a beloved friend, married to NYPSD's top profiler Charlotte Mira.
But as Eve delves deeper into the case, dark secrets emerge that could tear the family apart. Edward Mira has friends in high places - and they all seem to be hiding something. As her investigation takes a shocking turn, Eve finds that not all victims are innocent, and that some bonds are forged not in friendship, but in blood.
Bestseller Robb's subpar 42nd novel set in a near-future New York (after 2015's Devoted in Death) finds Eve's friend Dennis Mira, husband of her psychiatrist colleague, Charlotte Mira, requesting her help after his cousin, former U.S. senator Edward Mira, goes missing, presumably kidnapped. It doesn't take long for Edward's corpse to show up or for another similarly tortured and abused victim to be discovered. Edward was a serial adulterer, and as Eve tracks down his paramours, she discovers disturbing connections. Links between Edward and the second victim also appear, and Eve, assisted as always by her lover, Roarke, and supporting staff, engages in a race to identify the killers and protect other likely victims. The crimes are ugly and the victims more so, and Eve has to fight through her own brutal past in this less than sparking entry in Robb's popular series.
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Brotherhood in Death.
J.D. Robb at her very best.
There was such tenderness with our beloved characters. There is a gamet of emotions like a roller coaster from tenderness, laughter, anger, revulsion and love.
Everyone should have a Dennis Mira and a Roark in their lives for balance.
As always J.D Robb is never one to shy away from humans baser needs for extreme horror.
Can't wait for her next book.
Brotherhood in death
It is as usual funny, sad, gripping, and heart warming as always a thoroughly enjoyable read I cannot wait for the next J D Robb /Eve Dallas book. Please don't make your loyal readers wait too long for your next one