She smelled it, fresh death. Both metallic and fruity. Easing the door all the way open, she found it . . .
It's Christmas-time in New York City, but homicide lieutenant Eve Dallas struggles to get into the holiday spirit. Finding a woman strangled to death by a murderous Santa doesn't help. And he's left behind a present: a partridge in a pear tree, pinned to the victim's hair.
With a creeping dread, Eve watches the bodies mount and realises the key - the killer is counting down the twelve days to Christmas. And there is only one connection. The victims had been using the same dating service.
Eve enters a dark world where searching for The One is fraught with terror, leaving her racing to find the murderer, as things get much too close to home.
'Another great read, another best seller' Huddersfield Daily Examiner
Book Seven in the New York Times number one bestselling series
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Holiday in death
An absolutely fabulous book that I read in one sitting. This is another exciting instalment in the story of Eve and Roarke that should not be missed. I hope j d robb continues to give us new books about this pair for years to come!