When club-hopping bad girl Tiara Kent is found dead in her plush Manhattan apartment, the killing has all the earmarks of a vampire attack. The ever-practical Lieutenant Eve Dallas has to deal with superstitious cops carrying garlic and stakes, as well as the ever-hysterical press. None of the wealthy young victim's friends seem to know much about the Dark Prince she has been secretly seeing. The chase to stop him before he kills again will lead Eve and her team into areas of the city that not even the most intrepid cop wants to visit, and into the very heart of darkness.
J D Robb Series
I love all of the JD Robb series. I have read just about all of them and look forward for more to come. Susan Erickson does an outstanding job portraying the many characters in these series I don't know that I would buy them if she wasn't the narrator. Eve, Roarke, Peabody, Mavis, etc... and how all the characters interact with each other, ...OUTSTANDING
Another A effort from Nora Roberts
Another solid entry into the In Death series. I happen to really like Susan Ericksen's performance. SHe uses the same voices for the characters consistently throughout the whole series.
This is a short story from a book with other writers though so don't expect a very long listen.
Interesting story...bad voice work
I usually love J.D. Robb and was looking forward to listening to this, but the narrator ruined the story for me. My biggest complaint is the irritating way she delivers Peabody's voice. It's like listening to some cartoon character from the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. She also has trouble with any character with an accent like Rourke's Irish and vamp bar owner Dorian Vadim's Romanian or Russian or whatever she was going for. My advice: Just buy the book.