Summary: Murder cop Eve Dallas' kajillionaire husband Roarke takes a ceremonial swing to take down a wall in his latest rehab project when he makes a gruesome discovery: two carefully wrapped, long dead bodies. As Lieutenant Eve and her partner Detective Peabody secure the scene, the CSI team uncovers more bodies: 12 in all, and all young girls. Eve and Peabody must sift through history to try to find who killed the young girls and why.
What I Liked: I'm fascinated with cop stories, and Robb's twisty plot turns are just sneaky enough to keep you guessing about whodunnit. Throw in futuristic fashion, technology and slang, and you've got a great formula for an interesting story. The fact that this series is not "scary" also probably helps.
What Drove Me Nuts: Nothing drove me nuts this time around; however, I will admit that this plot wasn't as twisty as usual, and was a little bit more sad than usual.
Rating: Clever and interesting, although not my favorite in the series. A little sad.
Also Read by This Author: I've read every book in this series. For a complete listing, click here. To read Tami's other reviews on this series: 1
Reviewed By: Tami