Mystery

Forgotten in Death by J. D. Robb

Forgotten in Death is the 53rd book in the In Death series. I’m not sure how J.D. keeps coming up with new cases, but I’ll keep reading them! I’m almost caught up!

A quote from Forgotten in Death by JD Robb

Eve arrives at a crime scene only to have to climb into a dumpster to see the body. Eve quickly deduces that it took two people to dump the body in the dumpster. This crime scene is at a construction site so the woman might have seen something she should not have.

A quote from Forgotten in Death by JD Robb

Not long after she starts the crime scene techs on their way, a woman comes to summon her to another crime scene about a block away. This one is on one of Roarke’s properties. They found the skeleton of a woman and her baby walled inside a wine cellar (Cask of Amontillado, anyone?).

Forgotten in Death by JD Robb

Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)

In Forgotten in Death, Eve has multiple murders that she must solve. Are they connected? Both Morris and DeWinter must help Eve solve these.

Recommendation?

Forgotten In Death is NOT available on Kindle Unlimited (I wish!). This story is #53 of J.D. Robb’s In Death series. Eve has a current murder and a murder that took place before she was born to solve.

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