Shadows in Death: An Eve Dallas thriller (Book 51)

Shadows in Death: An Eve Dallas thriller (Book 51)

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction, Crime, Thrillers & True Crime, Crime & Thrillers
Paperback Published on: 04/02/2021
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'If you're a crime fiction fan and haven't discovered them yet, welcome to the very best day of your life' Heat MagazineThe brand new thriller in the Sunday Times bestselling series As it often did since he'd married a cop, murder interrupted more pleasant activities. The again, Roarke supposed, the woman lying in a pool of her own blood a few steps inside the arch in Washington Square Park had a heftier complaint. When a night out at the theatre is interrupted by the murder of a young woman in Washington Square Park, it seems like an ordinary case for Detective Eve Dallas and her team. But when her husband Roarke spots a shadow from his past in the crowd, Eve realises that this case is far from business as usual. Eve has two complex cases on her hands - the shocking murder of this wealthy young mother and tracking down the shadow before he can strike again, this time much closer to home. Eve is well used to being the hunter, but how will she cope when the tables are turned? As Eve and the team follow leads to Roarke's hometown in Ireland, the race is on to stop the shadow making his next move . . .

  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • ISBN: 9780349422138
  • Number of pages: 448
  • Weight: 300g
  • Dimensions: 196 x 126 x 40 mm

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Shadows in Death: An Eve Dallas thriller (Book 51)
Another great read
Read this in just two sittings. JD Robb keeps you gripped from the first chapter. This book was good as it was more close to Roarke, which is unusual, alre... READ MORE
Clare  Burnard
Shadows in Death: An Eve Dallas thriller (Book 51)
Dallas at her best
A winding and twisting investigation that kept you turning the pages. The characters are great and you feel you are one of them.
Jeannie Ash