I’ve been slowly rereading the In Death series, intermingled with other books. Judgment in Death follows Witness in Death. This one gets me every time because I always remember who did it and why. Plus, this is the introduction of Webster so of course, I love that.
After learning about the series the first time back in 2001, I promptly read them all. At least, I read all of those books that had been released. But somewhere along the line, I stopped reading the current ones so I have needed 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 2059. Judgment in Death starts with Eve and Peabody arriving at a night club to attend a dead body, only to discover the dead body was a cop. Eve hates when it’s a cop. Will this be the only cop?
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Judgment in Death, Eve must not only figure out who is killing cops, but also how they are related to Max Ricker, a former business associate of Roarke’s. Lt. Webster is an Internal Affairs cop who tries to horn in on Eve’s investigation. What happens when Roarke discovers Webster in Eve’s office? Who is killing the cops? Read it and find out with Eve!
This story is #11 of J.D. Robb’s In Death series. It takes place after Witness in Death and has some references to it. The killer might not be who you expect.
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My plan for 2022 is to write three blog posts a week- one about a fantasy book, one about a mystery book, and one about a romance book (with some posts about series thrown in). This one is a mystery so if you’re a mystery lover, then you’ll want to check it out!