Ceremony In Death
3 journalers for this copy...
In a new age of criminal investigation, Lieutenant Eve Dallas is drawn into the most dangerous case of her career. Every step she takes makes her question her own beliefs of right and wrong--and brings her closer to a confrontation with humanity's most seductive form of evil
I love how Robb is developing the relationship between Dallas and Roarke. You can sense the sizzle between these two. Also I feel each is maturing in their love.
The mystery also explored the question of direct order vs.loyalty. An interesting moral question. I will look forward to the next in the series.
Robb also tells us something very important this book - Roarke's name is just Roarke!! I'd always wondered what his last (or first?) name was, but turns out he's like Cher, a one name wonder.
I had been getting upset at the endings of these books. Dallas always walks into the murder's home or office, to find out that they were the ones that had actually committed the crime. Of course she goes alone, they try to kill her, etc etc. This one was a little different, so that was nice. But still, if Dallas is so smart, why does she always solve a case by getting the murderer to tell her everything? That doesn't happen in real life. Why can't she just figure things out on her own using evidence?
Thank you my Canadian friend