Lieutenant Eve Dallas puzzles over a bizarre suicide bombing in a Wall St. office building in the latest in the #1 New York Times bestselling seriesFor the airline executives finalizing a merger that would make news in the business world, the nine a.m. meeting would be a major milestone. But after marketing VP Paul Rogan walked into the plush conference room, strapped with explosives, the headlines told of death and destruction instead. The NYPSDs Eve Dallas confirms that Rogan was cruelly coerced by two masked men holding his family hostage. His motive was saving his wife and daughterbut what was the motive of the masked men?Despite the chaos and bad publicity, blowing up one meeting isnt going to put the brakes on the merger. All its accomplished is shattering a lot of innocent lives. Now, with the help of her billionaire husband Roarke, Eve must untangle the reason for an inexplicable act of terror, look at suspects inside and outside both corporations, and determine whether the roo...
|Title||:||Leverage in Death|
|Number of Pages||:||385 pages|
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Leverage in Death Reviews
Back to a pretty straight forward police procedure, which is good. Still got those nice doses of Roarke. Gosh, if only there's really someone like that in real life!
Enjoyed the scene with Bella, the epilogue and the Oscars!
This series is always an excellent read. After 47 books, things aren’t dull.
I have no real complaints and liked that my favorite couple had a normal fight. I think there is more there to explore.
Maybe next book, things will get hot for Eve choices put on the line. What would happen when Rourke learns the truth about Summerset and that Eve kept that from him? What if Peabody or Rourke got into actual danger. Anyway, no complaints.
Susan Erickson is one of the best narrators out there. She has many ...more
I love this series so much. That's just fact. Every single book is a pleasure to read.
Leverage in Death was thrilling, full of favorite characters and a plot that was riveting and exciting. But best of all, the author gave me many scenes of Roarke and Eve.
In Leverage in Death Eve is hunting the elusive WHY. Trying to find answers to why, who, and how the cases and people are linked. The search is taking a toll on her because she cares so much, and every death is a another burden on her ...more
I didn’t connect with this one
Just never really got into it. The villains felt too far off-screen, there was none of the Dallas Peabody repartee that I enjoy and not much Dallas-Roarke interplay either. The story felt somewhat perfunctory, and there was little satisfaction in the villains being caught—perhaps because their motivation felt so unreal. I was hoping we’d get more of the Econo CEO, Willemina (?) or the children of the Quantum CEO, as they seemed the most real of the secondary charact ...more
This one was easy to love. The author gave me:-
* Plenty of things to laugh at especially Peabody's comments and Eve's constant misunderstanding of common phrases. (I remember once when Roarke asked her if she does it on purpose and she more or less admitted that she did)
* More about the candy thief. I really thought she was going to catch him/her this time!
* Heaps of Galahad. I love that cat.
* A really interesting and frequently exciting story with lots of great police work. Loved the way Eve no ...more
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There is something about Nora’s writing, both as herself and as J.D. Robb, that hooks me from the first sentence and doesn’t let me go until I’ve read the final chapter. So it’s no surprise that Leverage in Death worked incredibly well for me and broke my first ever (and hopefully last!) reading slump. While I’ve picked up some great books in the past month, nothing grabbed me enough to entice me further into its pages. I should’ve known that N ...more
I finished this awhile back. Just forgot to rate it. I absolutely love this series. No doubt about that. Some books are better than others but well loved, all the same. 😊
I love this series and always look forward to the next book, but this one fell a little flat. There are some things that happen over and over again that I don't mind, like the cop who wears the loud ties, the computer geeks always wearing crazy outfits and dancing around in their department, and Eve acting like she was raised on another planet with how little she understands idioms or simple make-up. Even the murders have a bit of a formula: she gets called in on the first one, the second one ha ...more