Portrait in Death
Her face was young and pretty, lips and cheeks rosy. 'She's dead isn't she? In this picture, she's already dead' New York's top reporter is sent a glamorous portfolio - a beautiful girl in the prime of her life. But the camera lies. A closer look shows the girl's lifeless body held up by wires and clever lighting: immortalised and horrifying. As the killer plucks more young people from their lives, Lieutenant Eve Dallas tries desperately to find a link. Trusting her instincts and her billionaire husband's shady past, Eve confronts the mounting panic. But when a killer is consumed by a passionate madness, time is short ...
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jfe16 - LibraryThing
NYPSD homicide detective Lieutenant Eve Dallas is on the hunt for a serial killer targeting young men and women, creating pretty portraits of them after their untimely deaths. Sixteenth in the “In ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mitabird - LibraryThing
If it weren't for the average mystery of this novel, Portrait in Death would have received a 5/5. I loved how I got to learn more about Roarke. I really empathized with everything he was going through ... Read full review