Purity in Death

by J.D. Robb (Nora Roberts) | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 042518630x Global Overview for this book
Registered by smhamn of Cincinnati, Ohio USA on 9/11/2006
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Journal Entry 1 by smhamn from Cincinnati, Ohio USA on Monday, September 11, 2006
"Louie Cogburn spent 3 days holed up in his apartment, staring at his computer screen. His pounding headache was unbearable-it felt like spikes drilling into his brain. Finally, when someone knocked at his door, Louie picked up a baseball bat, opened the door, and started swinging......
The 1st cop on the scene fired his stunner twice. Louie died instantly. Detective Dallas has taken over the ivestigation, but there's nothing to explain the man's sudden rage or death. The only clue is a bizarre message left on his computer screen."

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Released 14 yrs ago (12/20/2006 UTC) at Controlled Release in A BookCrosser, A Bookcrossing member -- Controlled Releases



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Journal Entry 3 by WarEagle78 from Opelika, Alabama USA on Friday, December 29, 2006
Arrived safely in Alabama as part of my 2006 Almost Anything Goes Virtual Bookbox. Thanks! Will journal again when read.

Journal Entry 4 by WarEagle78 at Hoover, Alabama USA on Saturday, June 07, 2014
Dug this one out to read as part of my LibraryThing challenge to whittle down my BookCrossing Mt. TBR. The challenge is here: https://www.librarything.com/groups/reducemtbrchallenge2

The story is a futuristic cop drama featuring Lt Eve Dallas, a fascinating character that has obviously been the centerpiece in previous books. The book stands well alone, however, and was a good read. While the story is based in the future, the technology and sociological changes are not the focus of the book, and if that is not your genre of choice it is not distracting. Instead Robb focuses on the crime and the development of both her plot and her characters. Her Fern Michaels alter ego was apparent with the emphasis on relationships, personal insights, and just enough steaminess.


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