Secrets in Death by
I’ve moved away from my plan to reread all In Death books for now and this means a new Eve Dallas mystery keeps my attention for the entire read.
J.D. Robb knows how to pace her novels and
Secrets of Death has a pace that surprised me. While some of her novels will give you mass murders all through the book, or a nice psychopath who murders by schedule, this time we have one murder for most of the book.
Slightly surprised towards the end to find who the culprit was, and in a way it felt like happy coincidence when you remember how Eve reacts to this character when first meeting them.
However, I enjoyed myself once again: and as always, I cannot wait for a new In Death, but not too soon because I’ll know I’ll enjoy reading them better when pacing myself!
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