Delusion in Death

Delusion in Death

Large Print - 2012
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Apr 11, 2016

Very disappointed, long winded, far too much unnecessary detail.

Feb 27, 2016

A good read, but a bit longwinded

farthergill2011 Apr 29, 2014

This was a good one, I love Eve Dallas she takes no prisoners. Roarke, is something to have fantasies about.

lujirac Apr 22, 2013

Quite an excellent read. one never expects the ending. Typical Robb ride

Mar 06, 2013

never disappointed with this series. looking forward to the next one.

grace_ellisent Jan 21, 2013

good premise for the story, interesting & inventive way of committing crime. Unfortunately the motive and the ending is a bit weak. I still love all "... In Death" stroy, just that some are more memorable, not this one though.

Nov 26, 2012

Better then the last one but still lacking quite a bit of what made this series! There are hardly any mention of the technologies/advances that the other books used to have.

marcotte Nov 23, 2012

This was a very good one although there was more blood and gore than usual. A nice affection shown between Dallas and Roarke and less graphic sex. Easy fast read.

Nov 19, 2012

I read this in one sitting and thoroughly enjoyed it. Robb introduces a new character and gives us a glimpse of the "Urban Wars" history that she's been writing about. It's a little gruesome in places so be prepared for that.

Nov 05, 2012


PrinceBishop Oct 08, 2012

Another good read in the "...In Death" series from J.D.Robb. I've read all of them and never seem to tire of the formulaic plots, or of the characters (who have become, if not exactly friends, at least beloved acquaintances).

cjenning Sep 21, 2012

Loved it, as usual plot complicated enough to keep me guessing till the very end

bookfanatic1979 Sep 17, 2012

Sometimes I lose track of the story, even when the series is one of my favorites. I don't know if I was too tired to focus, or Robb got carried away with the character lists. I stopped trying to keep it all straight about halfway through and just concentrated on Dallas and her usual crew.

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