Loyalty in Death

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Eve Dallas Returns to Face Her Most Ingenious Foe – a “Secret Admirer” Who Taunts Her With Letters . . . And Kills Without Mercy

An unknown bomber is stalking New York City. He is sending Eve Dallas taunting letters promising to wreak mass terror and destruction among the “corrupt masses.” And when his cruel web of deceit and destruction threatens those she cares for most, Eve fights back. It’s her city . . .it’s her job . . . and it’s hitting too close to ho… More >>

Loyalty in Death

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  1. Anonymous Says:

    I liked the book and found it easy to read, but I think the author could have made the same points without the use of such colorful language. I thought, too, the love realationship should have been accentuated a bit more, but all on all it was good reading. If you liked this book, or want to read one that goes straight to your heart, read Stolen Moments by Barbara Jeanne Fisher. . .It is a beautiful story of unrequited love. . .for certain the love story of the nineties. I intended to give the book a quick read, but I got so caught up in the story that I couldn’t put the book down. From the very beginning, I was fully caught up in the heart-wrenching account of Julie Hunter’s battle with lupus and her growing love for Don Lipton. This love, in the face of Julie’s impending death, makes for a story that covers the range of human emotions. The touches of humor are great, too, they add some nice contrast and lighten things a bit when emotions are running high. I’ve never read a book more deserving of being published. It has rare depth. Julie’s story will remind your readers that life and love are precious and not to be taken for granted. It has had an impact on me, and for that I’m grateful. Stolen Moments is written with so much sensitivity that it made me want to cry. It is a spellbinder. What terrific writing. Barbara does have an exceptional gift! This book was edited by Lupus specialist Dr. Matt Morrow too, and has the latest information on that disease. ..A perfect gift for someone who started college late in life, fell in love too late in life, is living with any illness, or trying to understand a loved one who is. . .A Christmas gift to be cherished forever.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I found this to be a very enjoyable book to read. If you want to read a book that goes straight to your heart, read Stolen Moments by Barbara Jeanne Fisher. . .It is a beautiful story of unrequited love. . .for certain the love story of the nineties. I intended to give the book a quick read, but I got so caught up in the story that I couldn’t put the book down. From the very beginning, I was fully caught up in the heart-wrenching account of Julie Hunter’s battle with lupus and her growing love for Don Lipton. This love, in the face of Julie’s impending death, makes for a story that covers the range of human emotions. The touches of humor are great, too, they add some nice contrast and lighten things a bit when emotions are running high. I’ve never read a book more deserving of being published. It has rare depth. Julie’s story will remind your readers that life and love are precious and not to be taken for granted. It has had an impact on me, and for that I’m grateful. Stolen Moments is written with so much sensitivity that it made me want to cry. It is a spellbinder. What terrific writing. Barbara does have an exceptional gift! This book was edited by Lupus specialist Dr. Matt Morrow too, and has the latest information on that disease. ..A perfect gift for someone who started college late in life, fell in love too late in life, is living with any illness, or trying to understand a loved one who is. . .A gift to be cherished forever.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. Anonymous Says:

    DID THE SAME PERRSON THAT WROTE THE OTHERS BOOKS WRITE THIS BOOK ? IT WAS REALLY HARD FOR ME TO KEEP READING THIS BOOK. WITH THE OTHER I DID NOT HAS THIS PROBLEM . HOPE THAT THE NEXT BOOK IN THIS SERIAL IS MUCH BETTER.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I could not get into the storyline because of the colorful language that has been gradually increasing in each book. I am realistic in knowing that some must be used because of the characters profession as a police officer and the circumstances in which she finds herself; however, in Loyalty in Death, I feel that the colorful language was used excessively. I really enjoy this series but I was unable to read this book and feel comfortable or good about it. I hope that she will tone down the language and focus more attention to the characters’ developments.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Who wrote this for Ms. Robb? I am a loyal fan of all Nora Roberts books, but this one is not up to her usual standard. It didn’t sound like her at all. And where was the lead in to her next book, I’m concerned is the last in the Eve Dallas series? I hope not. I will continue to read anything Ms. Roberts writes I look forward to her next book.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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