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[PDF / Epub] ✐ Vermoorde reputaties ☃ J.D. Robb – E17streets4all.co.uk De doden waren haar werk Ze leefde met ze, werkte met ze, bestudeerde ze Ze droomde zelfs van ze Ze vond moord niet meer schokkend, maar nog steeds walgelijkHet eerste slachtoffer wordt op de stoep ge De doden waren haar werk Ze leefde met ze, werkte met ze, bestudeerde ze Ze droomde zelfs van ze Ze vond moord niet meer schokkend, maar nog steeds walgelijkHet eerste slachtoffer wordt op de stoep gevonden, in de stromende regen Het tweede slachtoffer ligt in de tuin van het gebouw waar ze woonde Inspecteur Eve Dallas ziet genoeg overeenkomsten Zo waren beide slachtoffers mooie en zeer succesvolle vrouwen hun glamoureuze bestaan en hun liefdesleven hielden de hele stad bezigDe relaties die ze onderhielden met de machtigste en rijkste mannen van New York bieden Eve een lange lijst met verdachten onder wie haar eigen geliefde, Roarke.Vermoorde reputaties

JD Robb is the author of the New York Times bestselling In Death series and the pseudonym for New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts The futuristic suspense series stars Eve Dallas, a New York City police lieutenant with a dark past Initially conceived as a trilogy, readers clad forof Eve and the mysterious Roarke Leverage in Death, on sale September , is the th entry in the series.

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    Vermoorde reputaties eBook ò Paperback en hun liefdesleven hielden de hele stad bezigDe relaties die ze onderhielden met de machtigste en rijkste mannen van New York bieden Eve een lange lijst met verdachten onder wie haar eigen geliefde, Roarke."/>
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  • J.D. Robb
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  • 17 May 2018
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  1. says:

    3.75 StarsI enjoyed it, albeit not as much as the first one Regardless, I am loving Eve and Roarke and am having fun with this series so far 3.75 StarsI enjoyed it, albeit not as much as the first one Regardless, I am loving Eve and Roarke and am having fun with this series so far

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    2nd read 21th Jan, 20201st read 6th May, 2015Even the re reads are so great I just love Eve Roarke sooooo much I m cheating my husband with ROARKE Yeah yeah, I m in too much trouble D God dammit Roarke Why are you so cuteI love you, Eve She looked away from the sun, the ocean, and into his eyes And it was wonderful, and for the moment, it was simple I missed you She pressed her cheek to his and held him tightly I really missed you I wore one of your 2nd read 21th Jan, 20201st read 6th May, 2015Even the re reads are so great I just love Eve Roarke sooooo much I m cheating my husband with ROARKE Yeah yeah, I m in too much trouble D God dammit Roarke Why are you so cuteI love you, Eve She looked away from the sun, the ocean, and into his eyes And it was wonderful, and for the moment, it was simple I missed you She pressed her cheek to his and held him tightly I really missed you I wore one of your shirts She could laugh at herself now because he was here She could smell him, touch him I actually went into your closet and stole one of your shirts one of the black silk ones you have dozens of I put it on, then snuck out of the house like a thief so Summerset wouldn t catch me Absurdly touched, he nuzzled her neck At night, I d play your transmissions over, just so I could look at you, hear your voice Really She giggled, a rare sound from her God, Roarke, we ve gotten so sappy We ll keep it our little secret Deal

  3. says:

    5 Kick ass StarsI m sooo hooked on this series I can t believe I kept postponing reading it I would say that my review will come soon but it probably won t because I d have to stop reading to write it 5 Kick ass StarsI m sooo hooked on this series I can t believe I kept postponing reading it I would say that my review will come soon but it probably won t because I d have to stop reading to write it

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    Murder Mystery set in the future with the best alpha male love interest ever Yes please I ll take 43 of them holy crap this series has a lot of books And, while you are at it, I have a list of items that I would like from these books 1 AutoChef cooks my food for me I need this like I need chocolate 2 Flying cars hovering cars self driving cars One of each, please.3 Floating mattress with vibrations and gentle movements.4 Bedroom droid that keeps my room clean.5 Body dryer in my s Murder Mystery set in the future with the best alpha male love interest ever Yes please I ll take 43 of them holy crap this series has a lot of books And, while you are at it, I have a list of items that I would like from these books 1 AutoChef cooks my food for me I need this like I need chocolate 2 Flying cars hovering cars self driving cars One of each, please.3 Floating mattress with vibrations and gentle movements.4 Bedroom droid that keeps my room clean.5 Body dryer in my shower.6 A ride on a tourist blimp.7 A feline droid because I might actually like a robot cat.8 And of course a hover board And don t try to tell me that we already have hoverboards, because those things don t actually hover It s a board of lies Get back to work, Science So the mystery in this book is figuring out who is killing famous women I have to say that even though the killer was on my suspect list, he was not in the number one position, so that made me happy On the other hand, the reason he wasn t in the number one position was because it seemed a little too convenient if it was him But still, it was a good mystery and I was thoroughly entertained.But, as I mentioned in my first review, these books were written a long time ago, so there are a few things that you can t help but notice In this one, I had to laugh at the occasionally cheesy lines that Eve would throw out there as a cop I really had to wonder if the show CSI got some ideas from this book Here s what I mean Cop to EveShe s pretty famous Eve to copNow she s pretty dead Eve, upon noticing the dead woman s flashy outfitAll dressed up and no place to go The thing about reading an older book, though, is that I expect some of this kind of stuff, so I m a lottolerant and can just chuckle over them But, I definitely heard the yeeaaah in my head.Along with the mystery component, we have a pretty delicious romance going on between Eve and Roarke Roarke is a guy who is a bit mysterious, a lot rich, and has tons of hotness He sees something in Eve that frankly I m not even seeing She s cold to him, rude often, has a mediocre appearance, and got mad at him for buying her a giant diamond Really, Eve A giant diamond necklace makes you angry Well, that makes me angry This guy s so rich that he could buy you a damn diamond mine Just accept the gift and say thank you Or, better yet, send me the diamond necklace And, the hot man who wants to shower you in gifts, luxury, and sex Fucking ingrate Some people just don t know how to accept gifts All in all, this series is a lot of fun and I m looking forward to reading the next 40 books My eyeballs may fall out afterwards, but it will be worth it

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    Glory in Death is the second book in the In Death series, a series I ve only just begun and I m so pleased I did Lieutenant Eve Dallas is on a case involving the violent and savage murders of two successful women It takes no time at all for Eve to find out there are a few connections between the two victims, but what Eve didn t see coming was someone close to her will be on the list of suspects I really enjoyed the first book in this series, but this book was better than the first and somethi Glory in Death is the second book in the In Death series, a series I ve only just begun and I m so pleased I did Lieutenant Eve Dallas is on a case involving the violent and savage murders of two successful women It takes no time at all for Eve to find out there are a few connections between the two victims, but what Eve didn t see coming was someone close to her will be on the list of suspects I really enjoyed the first book in this series, but this book was better than the first and something tells me the third one will be a cracker of a read If you re looking for a fast paced, intriguing and thrilling series, then look no further as this series is for you I loved this book and can t wait to get my hands on the book Highly recommended

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    Re read listened to the audiobook version Jan 19 Original read review5 stars Romantic SuspenseOkay, I think I m officially hooked on this series After reading and loving Naked in Death, I immediately jumped right into reading this, and it s another great book in an addictive series.I find the futuristic elements interesting, but I like that it s not too distracting to the story and characters Lieutenant Eve Dallas is a complex character who I sort of feel a love hate relationship tow Re read listened to the audiobook version Jan 19 Original read review5 stars Romantic SuspenseOkay, I think I m officially hooked on this series After reading and loving Naked in Death, I immediately jumped right into reading this, and it s another great book in an addictive series.I find the futuristic elements interesting, but I like that it s not too distracting to the story and characters Lieutenant Eve Dallas is a complex character who I sort of feel a love hate relationship towards because her toughness, dedication to justice, and devotion to representing the victim are admirable, but she also drives me nuts, particularly her reluctance with Roarke Ahhh Roarkesigh not since my deep love lust reaction to Bones in Halfway to the Grave have I been so quickly infatuated with a romance hero I can see now why there are so many books in this series, because I don t think there could ever be too much of Roarke 5 stars

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    Eve has to figure out who the serial killer is This one is offing high profile, successful women She tries to deny her lurve for Roarke Major angst ensues She admits she loves Roarke and eventually finds the killer I really like Roarke I dislike Eve There is nothing likable about her I don t get what Roarke sees in her Yes, she is humanized by her interactions with her BFF Mavis and a couple others, but I still find her annoying.I don t think this series is for me.

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    Opening LineThe dead were her business I originally started JD Robb s In Death series because it was recommended to me by well everyone And Yes it is good In fact I ended up liking this 2nd instalment eventhen the first, however except for Roarke I don t totally love it either The writing is top notch and Robb spins an easy to read, dark mystery filled with lots of interesting suspects including Roarke again But I m just not a fan of the police procedurals and therefore large p Opening LineThe dead were her business I originally started JD Robb s In Death series because it was recommended to me by well everyone And Yes it is good In fact I ended up liking this 2nd instalment eventhen the first, however except for Roarke I don t totally love it either The writing is top notch and Robb spins an easy to read, dark mystery filled with lots of interesting suspects including Roarke again But I m just not a fan of the police procedurals and therefore large parts of this book dragged for me Particularly when Eve very dryly and very frequently interrogated the many suspects these parts read like furniture assembly instructions and in the end I couldn t have cared less about whodunit I was reading strictly for the romance and a certain someone named Roarke Sigh Irish lilting, button carrying, patient, unwaveringly romantic, sexy, mystery man Roarke If only he existed in the real world Yes I have developed a serious literary crush on him and he s what keeps me coming back to this series I love how he is tough yet tender with Eve while accepting her unconditionally just the way she is Speaking of Eve, although I still find her character very difficult to like she does soften here some, allowing herself to gradually except the little pockets of peace Roarke creates for her I m also beginning to realize that Roarke is equally as damaged as Eve and that s what draws the two of them together, making their developing relationship worth watching One of my favourite parts of this book would be the afterwards of an explosive confrontation when Eve finally, finally lets Roarke in Well that and their little moonlit trip to casa del Roarke in Mexico The future aspect its New York 2058 which I found unnecessary and gimmicky in the first book has been expanded slightly and while not distracting it does provide an interesting aspect that I enjoyed this time I really want an Autochef There are also some great secondary characters here and I particularly liked Eve s troublesome relationship with Roarke s man servant Summerset and her wild, no excuses nightclub singing girlfriend Mavis GLORY IN DEATH sees Lieutenant Eve Dallas searching for a serial killer of prominent career women Eve follows the clues and interrogates a lot of suspects, getting her thick skin bruised in the process As the clues take her closer to those she cares about like Roarke and her boss, Eve becomes relentless in her search for the killer, putting everything else secondary Its Roarke who sees how tired and overworked she is and forces her to step back and recharge in his spa tub In the end everyone s bloody, the killers caught I never did guess that one but then again I wasn t really trying and damn if Roarke hasn t set things up so I just have to read the next book Immortal in Death Cheers

  9. says:

    This series is every bit as good second time around as it was the first and this particular book is one of the best ones Eve and Rourke are at the beginning of their relationship and Eve is fighting it every inch of the way Tissues are a required accompaniment to chapter nine Peabody appears for the first time Roarke does his very macho thing to protect his woman All good in the land of In Death Love it

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    4.5 starsHe could do that to her, and for her, she realized He could open little pockets of peaceThe second book in the In Death series didn t disappoint If the first one blew me away with its originality and characters Roarke, anyone , this second was a solid sequel The only reason I gave it one star less was because of the case itself, which I found less interesting, especially because of Roarke s low involvement in it Or,properly, at first his involvement mirrored a l 4.5 starsHe could do that to her, and for her, she realized He could open little pockets of peaceThe second book in the In Death series didn t disappoint If the first one blew me away with its originality and characters Roarke, anyone , this second was a solid sequel The only reason I gave it one star less was because of the case itself, which I found less interesting, especially because of Roarke s low involvement in it Or,properly, at first his involvement mirrored a lot the role he d had during the first book s investigation, but it was clear it was just a way to cause some friction between the two character, a thing I highly appreciated Their disagreements, fights, and then making up were very human and added a healthy dose of realism to their relationship.Also, the fact that Eve was the first to cave in was a good thing IMO Roarke is always very accomodating with her He knows it s not easy for her to open up, to let someone in So for Eve to admit that she needs him, that she wants to be with him was a huge step in their relationship.I m not going into detail as far as the mystery is concerned, but will only say that I loved how there were so many possible suspects and that, in the end, I hadn t expected the murdered to be who it was after allIt s always a pleasure watching you wake up, he commented But sometimes I wonder if you want me only for my coffee Well She grinned at him and sipped again I really like the food, too And the sex isn t bad You seemed to tolerate it fairly well last nightOn the negative side, I would kill pun unintended for longer endings an epilogue would be perfect Although here the ending surprised me in a series of 40 books, I d imagined things between the two MC would move not quite so fast , the mystery was the main focus.Regarding the romance, always my favorite part, I simply adore how Roarke is the main pursuer in their relationship it reminds me of Cat and Bones in the first books and how willing he is to expose his vulnerability to her, sometimes only to be hurt or rejected It takes a strong, confident man to do thatDon t play games with me, Roarke Eve, it s my fondest wish to do just thatI think this was my favorite scene in the whole bookIt makes me feel like an idiot This whole thing makes me feel like an idiot So fine I ll be an idiot I ll move in here I ll tolerate that insulting robot you call a butler I ll wear diamonds Just don t She broke, covering her face as the sobs took over I can t take this any Don t For Christ s sake, don t cry I m just tired She rocked herself for comfort I m just tired, that s all Call me names He rose, shaken andthan a little terrified by the storm of weeping Throw something Take a swing at me She jerked back when he reached for her Don t I need a minute when I m making a fool of myself Ignoring her, he gathered her close She pulled back twice, was brought back firmly against him Then, in a desperate move, her arms came around him, clutched Don t go away She pressed her face to his shoulder Don t go away I m not going anywhere Gently, he stroked her back, cradled her head Was there anythingastounding orfrightening to a man, he wondered, than a strong woman in tears I ve been right here all along I love you, Eve, almostthan I can stand I need you I can t help it I don t want to I know He eased back, tucking a hand under her chin to lift her face to his We re going to have to deal with itOne last thing, even though the hot scenes aren t overly graphic, there was one in a oasis swimming pool that had me fanning myself and then blush along with Roarke He s so damn cute I mean, read thisI missed you She pressed her cheek to his and held him tightly I really missed you I wore one of your shirts She could laugh at herself now because he was here She could smell him, touch him I actually went into your closet and stole one of your shirts one of the black silk ones you have dozens of I put it on, then snuck out of the house like a thief so Summerset wouldn t catch me Absurdly touched, he nuzzled her neck At night, I d play your transmissions over, just so I could look at you, hear your voice Really She giggled, a rare sound from her God, Roarke, we ve gotten so sappy

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