I circled back to the In Death series. This time Ceremony in Death is up. This one is not one of my favorites in terms of story, but I do like one of the characters we meet.
After learning about the series the first time, I promptly read them all. At least, I read all of those books that were already released back in 2001. But somewhere along the line, I stopped reading the current ones so I need to go back and read the series again. That’s why I’m re-reading these.
Lieutenant Eve Dallas is a New York City homicide detective in 2058 (or thereabouts). Ceremony in Death starts with Eve attending a funeral of a fellow cop. There she meets the granddaughter who seems jumpy. But then her commander pulls her into his office and asks her to investigate the dead cop.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Ceremony in Death, Eve must look into the movements of the dead cop without Feeney. What happens when Feeney finds out who Eve is investigating? What happens when a dead body is left outside of Eve and Roarke’s house? Want to learn more? Read it and find out!
This is the fifth of J.D. Robb’s In Death series. The newest book in this 53 book series- Forgotten in Death- released recently. That’s part of the reason I decided to start the series anew.
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