Genres: Romantic Suspense
Published by Berkley
Released on September 27, 2005
Midnight in Death happens hot on the heels of the previous book, Holiday in Death with a case that interrupts Eve and Roarke’s Christmas and threatens to end her before the New Year’s.
Midnight in Death is a novella and the story moves along swiftly, but the author didn’t neglect background or development as it went. A torturing, insane serial killer has some of Eve’s closest associates including herself on a vengeful hit list. She wants to get him badly since she put him away the first time and now he’s threatening people she holds dear.
There is a ruthlessness to Eve’s work because she delves deep and feels each case. I enjoy the balance of Roarke in her life to grab hold of her at times before she slips under and drowns. Peabody, Feeney, and McNab make their appearances as well as Dr. Mira. This one worked to whet my appetite for what comes next in the series
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