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Nature versus nurture...
The shots came quickly, silently, and with deadly accuracy. Within seconds, three people were dead at Central Park’s ice skating rink. The victims: a talented young skater, a doctor, and a teacher. As random as random can be.
Eve Dallas has seen a lot of killers during her time with the NYPSD, but never one like this. After reviewing security videos, it becomes clear that the victims were killed by a sniper firing a tactical laser rifle, who could have been miles away when the trigger was pulled. And though the locations where the shooter could have set up seem endless, the list of people with that particular skill set is finite: police, military, professional killer.
Eve’s husband, Roarke, has unlimited resources—and genius—at his disposal. And when his computer program leads Eve to the location of the sniper, she learns a shocking fact: There were two—one older, one younger. Someone is being trained by an expert in the science of killing, and they have an agenda. Central Park was just a warm-up. And as another sniper attack shakes the city to its core, Eve realizes that though we’re all shaped by the people around us, there are those who are just born evil...
|Title||:||Apprentice in Death (In Death, #43)|
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September 17, 2016
Words fail me. How can anyone write 43 books about the same old characters and yet still be producing such brilliant reads! This book was so, so good.
What did I like so much?
The story was gripping, smart and just kept ramping up the action.
Roarke was everywhere:)
There were lots and lots of funny...
September 27, 2016
Originally posted on The Book Nympho
In the space of a few seconds, three people at an ice skating rink in Central Park are mowed down by a sniper. Lieutenant Eve Dallas gets the case and it's a race against time as they quickly discover they are dealing with a deadly and potential serial killer....
March 05, 2016
I now have the collection of J.D.Robb
(49 Stories). The last one is as good as the first.
Now that I have them all. I will at one and read them all again.
Thank you Nora Roberts aka J.D.Robb for the many, many hours of reading.
October 06, 2016
About ready to head home for the day and looking forward to an evening spent with Roarke, Lieutenant Eve Dallas was put out by the sound of her link – but the announcement of three dead; gunned down while innocently skating around Central Park’s ice skating rink was the beginning of one of the wo...
September 10, 2016
Very enjoyable although a bit predictable. I always know I'll be entertained when I pick up this series. No complaints
May 13, 2017
I loved it - have loved every book in the series - but this one is one of the best of the best. The reader gets to know who dun it very early on - but the problem is how to catch them and prevent more bloodshed. Brilliant!
October 17, 2016
43 books in and the series is still one of my all-time favorites. APPRENTICE IN DEATH is a stellar example of a series that has had very few duds and many, many winners. This goes into my top 5 in the series. (SURVIVOR, OBSESSION and NEW YORK TO DALLAS are the three that come to mind as my favori...
September 05, 2016
Apprentice in Death, the 43rd installment in Nora Roberts’ wildly successful In Death series, won’t leave a single fan disappointed. By now, we’ve learned to expect only the best from this series and only the best is precisely what we always get. When a series has been successful for over 20 year...
September 08, 2016
Another terrific installment to the In Death series. I am always so excited to find that J.D. Robb keeps the momentum going and I’m never disappointed as each one brings a new and refreshing case for Eve to solve, along with her sexy husband, Roarke, and the team of co-workers and assortment of f...
October 13, 2016
Just when you think this series can't get any better, it does! Nature vs. Nurture is a reoccurring theme in the In Death series, and Apprentice in Death showcases it in this complex, tightly woven case. I am, as always, fascinated by Eve's mind as the reader is privy to her thought process as she...