Review: New York to Dallas by J.D. Robb
New York to Dallas

5 Stars

Book Info

Released: September 13th 2011
Genre: Mystery
Series: In Death #33
Published by Brilliance Audio
Pages: 14
Format: eBook
 

Recommended Read!

“This book is by far the most intense book in the series.”
~ Under the Covers

NEW YORK TO DALLAS is book 33 in the In Death series and it is by far the most intense one of the series. When Eve was just a rookie, she had an encounter with Isaac McQueen, a man who was a murderer and pedophile. When McQueen escapes prison and returns to his apartment again, seeking Eve out, she has no choice but to return to her past. The pages of this book are super intense and I had the creepy crawly feelings all throughout as I read it. There was something very scary and disgusting about McQueen that I really, really hated and as a result, he made for a very good villain.

Like I mentioned before, this book is by far the most intense book in the series. With it’s fast-paced writing and roller-coaster emotions, be sure to clear the rest of your schedule when you read this book. I read it quickly, drawn in by the writing and the intense mystery plot. I tend to have a lot of favorite books in this series, but I would definitely say that this particular one is probably in my top two. I’m so glad that I got a physical personalized copy because it will definitely be a prize possession displayed on my bookshelves.

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About J.D. Robb

With a phenomenal career full of bestsellers, Nora Roberts was ready for a new writing challenge. As her agent put it, like Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, and caffeine-free Pepsi, a pseudonym offered her the opportunity to reach a new and different group of readers. The first futuristic suspense J. D. Robb book, Naked in Death, was published in paperback in 1995, and readers were immediately drawn to Eve Dallas, a tough cop with a dark past, and her even more mysterious love interest, Roarke.

The series quickly gained attention, great reviews, and devoted readers. Since the debut of Loyalty in Death (the ninth In Death book) on Halloween 1999 on the New York Times bestseller list, every J. D. Robb title has been a New York Times bestseller. While fans had their suspicions, it wasn’t until the twelfth book in the series, Betrayal in Death (2001), that the publisher fully revealed that J. D. Robb was a pseudonym for bestselling powerhouse Nora Roberts. Unmasked, Nora Roberts fans who hadn’t yet picked up one of the Robb books were quickly playing catch-up.

Robb’s peers in the mystery world are fans as well, with accolades for the In Death series from such blockbuster authors as Stephen King, Jonathan Kellerman, Dennis Lehane, Kathy Reichs, Lisa Scottoline, Janet Evanovich, David Baldacci, Harlan Coben, Robert B. Parker, Ridley Pearson, Linda Fairstein, and Andrew Gross.

The In Death books are perpetual bestsellers, and frequently share the bestseller list with other Nora Roberts novels. J. D. Robb publishes two hardcover In Death books per year, with the occasional stand-alone original In Death story featured in an anthology.

Thirty books and fifteen years later, there is no end in sight for the ever-popular In Death series.

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Amy R

Thanks for the review.

Elizabeth

I’ve only read the first 7, and I cannot wait to (someday) read this

Kathy Valentine

Awesome review annie!! Shared on all my socials!!

Darynda Jones

Great review! I’m so excited about this one!

Timitra

Thanks for the rec Annie

Darynda Jones

Great review! I’m so excited about this one!

Timitra

Thanks for the rec Annie

Amy R

Thanks for the review.

Kathy Valentine

Awesome review annie!! Shared on all my socials!!

Elizabeth

I’ve only read the first 7, and I cannot wait to (someday) read this