Innocent In Death

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Penguin, Feb 20, 2007 - Fiction - 400 pages
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The phenomenal series set in a future New York City continues, as Lieutenant Eve Dallas hunts for the killer of a seemingly ordinary history teacher—and uncovers some extraordinary surprises.

Eve Dallas doesn’t like to see innocent people murdered. And the death of history teacher Craig Foster is clearly a murder case. The lunch that his wife lovingly packed was tainted with deadly ricin. And Mr. Foster’s colleagues, shocked as they may be, have some shocking secrets of their own. It’s Eve’s job to get a feel for all the potential suspects—and find out why someone would have done this to a man who seemed so inoffensive, so pleasant...so innocent.

Someone Eve could easily picture dead is an old flame of her billionaire husband Roarke, who has turned up in New York and manipulated herself back into his life. Consumed by her jealousy—and Roarke’s indifference to it—Eve finds it hard to focus on the Foster case. But when another man turns up dead, she’ll have to keep in mind that both innocence and guilt can be facades...



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User Review  - Carol420 - LibraryThing

All of these books are a fabulous read. Great characters with their individual personalities makes you feel like you are reading about friends. Lt. Eve Dallas has to deal with some of Rourke's past ... Read full review

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User Review  - whybehave2002 - LibraryThing

This one actually creeped me out while reading it! Most of this series I would put under the cozy mystery heading but this one was a little more hard core. Read full review

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J. D. Robb is the pseudonym for a #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than 200 novels, including the bestselling In Death series. There are more than 500 million copies of her books in print.




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