Innocent in Death

Innocent in Death The death of history teacher Craig Foster devastated his young wife who d sent him off to work that morning with a lovingly packed lunch It shocked his colleagues at the Upper West Side private schoo

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  • Title: Innocent in Death
  • Author: J.D. Robb Susan Ericksen
  • ISBN: 9781423316015
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Audio CD
  • The death of history teacher Craig Foster devastated his young wife, who d sent him off to work that morning with a lovingly packed lunch It shocked his colleagues at the Upper West Side private school And as for the ten year old girls who found him in his classroom in a pool of bodily fluids, they may have been traumatized for life.Lieutenant Eve Dallas, of course, is mThe death of history teacher Craig Foster devastated his young wife, who d sent him off to work that morning with a lovingly packed lunch It shocked his colleagues at the Upper West Side private school And as for the ten year old girls who found him in his classroom in a pool of bodily fluids, they may have been traumatized for life.Lieutenant Eve Dallas, of course, is hardened to murder cases And this is clearly a murder case That lovingly packed lunch was tainted with deadly ricin And Mr Foster s colleagues, shocked as they may be, have some shocking secrets of their own It s Eve s job to get a feel for all the potential suspects, and find out why someone would have done this to a man who seemed so inoffensive, so pleasant so innocent.Now Magdelana Percell there s someone Eve can picture as a murder victim Possibly at Eve s own hands The slinky blonde an old flame of her billionaire husband, Roarke, from his days on the wrong side of the law has turned up in New York, and she s anything but innocent Unfortunately, Roarke seems blind to Magdelana s manipulation, but not to her shapely figure and flirtatious ways And he insists that the occasional lunch or business meeting with her is nothing to worry about and none of Eve s business Eve s so unnerved by the situation that she finds it hard to focus on the Foster case Still, she ll have to put aside her anger, jealousy, and heartbreak, for a while at least because another man has just turned up dead, and the case is taking some strange turns and hitting some frustrating dead ends Eve knows all too well that innocence can be a facade Keeping that in mind may help her solve this case at last But it may also tear apart her marriage.

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    1. I loved it. An old flame of Roarke's turns up and she is out to cause trouble. Eve is not happy. She is feeling insecure. Magdalena is everything that she is not ooooh, the angst. Roarke was clueless. Well, he is a man, right? He thought nothing of meeting with "Maggie" for lunch or the odd meeting. Her presence in NYC means that Eve is finding it hard to concentrate on the case in hand.We had the secondary cast of characters but they did not seem to be to the fore much really.Mavis gives her g [...]

    2. 4 starsIs it bad that I read this series as a "palate cleanser" of sorts? I know that whether I read an amazing book that I wish I could live in a little longer or a crappy one that I wish I never touched, Roarke and Eve are guaranteed to fix my mood either way so I can read the next book on my list without residual or lingering emotions. I know I can go back to them whenever I want and I have 20+ books to catch up.As for this book, I don't know what it says about me that I figured out the kille [...]

    3. 5+ stars - Romantic Suspense/Futuristic/Mystery/Crime/Romantic ThrillerWow! This is definitely one of my favorites of the series!An old flame of Roarke’s shows up and causes trouble for him and Eve, and I really felt for Eve in this one. Roarke pretty much bungled things in the beginning in how he dealt, or rather didn’t deal, with Magdalena. (view spoiler)[I wanted a much stronger reaction/protest from Roarke when Magdalena called him lover and openly flirted and propositioned him, even bra [...]

    4. Points for the best murderer in the series. Creepy and unexpected.But, the main story in this is the woman who is trying to come between Roarke and Eve. And, she's succeeding. This book has an emotional pull if you have come to know and love this couple - which I have. I was pissed off at Roarke, so it was my first fight with a book boyfriend. I felt bad for Eve, but kept hoping she'd knock that bitch back. But, I also had no doubt that they would come through it.(view spoiler)[ I was cheering w [...]

    5. The maître d’ swooped down on her like a vulture on readkill.“Mademoiselle. I regret, we cannot seat walk-ins.”“How do you seat anyone if they don’t walk in?” And since we all know that Eve is not a girl who let others walk on all over her, and here she’s against a very astute killer, she does some great ass-kicking! LOLIf a complicated killer is not enough, one of Roarke’s exes is murking waters! And, we see some serious trouble between Eve and Roarke! WOW!!!Hahaha!!! And here [...]

    6. Although I'm an absolute fan of this series, I'll be the first to admit the majority of the "whodunnits" in the books are relatively easy to figure out before the halfway point. However, Innocent In Death was a nice change. There were so many possible suspects going in so many different directions I was never quite sure who could have killed the innocent Craig Foster. The fact that throughout the story Eve herself couldn't even pinpoint a motive only added to the mystery's mystery!! When I final [...]

    7. Suspense 4.5 stars / Romance: Roarke 2 to 4 stars, Eve 3 to 5 starsExcellent suspense. Despite I knew pretty early who was the murderer, the story was extremely captivating. Deep and psychologically well written. Bravo!Romance. Well, I knew about this book / OW drama for a long time. I was prepared, but still pissed 😤Damn, Roarke disappointed me. He was so blind and definitely led by his dick. His ex, Magdalena, whom he dated for a year 12 years ago, was a bitch, but very intelligent one. Yes [...]

    8. I have to say that this was another solid read in the In Death Series. But I also have to say this one was not my favorite. For me the murder mystery just wasn’t my cup of tea. It wasn’t gruesome or anything like that rather the basis of it just didn’t sit well with me. There was little page time for Feeney, McNabb and Baxter which was a tad disappointing. I missed having them around.Then there was some drama going on with Roarke and Eve and this BITCH from his past. It caused me anxiety. [...]

    9. First, I won't talk much on the murders on this one but the murderer? Oh man, it was damn right creepy.  So unexpected and it was like a punch in the gut.  I was thinking, can it really happen?  Is it possible?  Also a woman (who I want to b*tch slap)from Roarke's past is set to cause trouble and grief in their marriage.  For the first time in starting this series, I did not have hearts in my eyes while reading about Roarke.  Not happy with him here.  Men can be so dense! And also for the [...]

    10. Roarke vs. Magdalena:"Listen carefully. I'd crush you like a bug for causing my wife one single moment of pain. Believe it. Fear it." .Any threat to Eve, whether it be emotional or physical, sure brings out Scary Roarke with a vengenance. Yeah, Roarke was a blind fool at first when it came to Magdalena, but he came to his senses and when he finally saw through Maggie's farce he didn't hold back one bit on his wrath. Eve vs. Magdalena: I had no doubt Eve would come out swinging, literally. In the [...]

    11. Innocent in Death is number 24 of J.D. Robb’s “In Death” series and my introduction to the books.It’s the year 2060 and lieutenant Eve Dallas has taken a case involving a young teacher’s murder. The case seems like a standard poisoning, but Eve is having trouble building a good list of possible suspects. The young teacher seemed honestly well liked in the community with no real enemies. On the home front, Eve is battling her own insecurities as an old flame from her husband’s, path h [...]

    12. It probably means there's something wrong with me but it was good to see a bit of a shake-up in Eve and Roarke's relationship. The introduction of Magdelena, Roarke's reaction, then Eve's reaction to his, and most of all, Summerset's, somehow was just all really, really good. There was some really genuine emotion going on, as usual for her books with these characters. But deeper, sadder, more difficult. For the first half of the book at least, the murder seemed almost a distraction from the main [...]

    13. I decided to re-read this book after a discussion about it on Twitter. This was the last In Death book I really loved. Though I've enjoyed some of her other latest releases, none have touched me as much as this one.I figured out early in who the killer was the first time I read it, but it was still chilling. While the case was interesting and the direction Robb took us for the killer unique, it was the relationship aspects that really grabbed me.It's no secret that my favorite books in the serie [...]

    14. Eve and RoarkeOne of my favorite books in the series. Magdelana was huge pain in the rear and it was painful yet compelling to watch Eve and Roarke stumble their way through her.I had an idea who the killer was pretty early on but it was still quite chilling to hear the confession at the end. Very sick.

    15. 3.5 stars.I read this one last year, I'm not sure how I feel to be honest.Roarke's oblivious regarding his ex's attitude make me wanted to smash him often and I'm glad Eve gave him that punch! Hah!And the villain? I didn't know what to say about it, I think the world it really is getting mad

    16. This has always been one of my favorite In Death books, because the appearance of Magdalena and the interpersonal tension between Eve and Roarke is totally delicious and full of awesome. The only problem with this book is that Roarke doesn't do NEARLY enough groveling.

    17. First Read: I'm an absolute fan of this series. Innocent In Death was a strange change. There were so many possible suspects going in so many different directions I was never quite sure who could have killed the innocent Craig Foster. The fact that throughout the story Eve herself couldn't even pinpoint a motive only added to the mystery's mystery!! When I finally did zero in on the killer, I dismissed her for a more "appropriate" suspect. The final showdown between Eve and the suspect was the m [...]

    18. How do you spell evil? I spell it "Raylene Straffo"!I love this book for many different reasons - a horrible psychopathic child and a woman who strives to be the number one home wrecker - both of whom are extremely dangerous and also pathetic!Two very good story lines with interconnecting or would that be parallel meanings/morals.Once again we see how human our main characters are - 2 thumbs up and 5 stars!

    19. This is the 24th book of the In Death Series.The body young idealistic teacher at a tony private school is found by two young students. The hot chocolate that he imbibed daily was found to be poisoned. Eve catches the case and has a very frustrating time trying figure out whodunit. The wife of the victim, who prepares his lunch (and the offending cup of chocolate) seems the obvious culprit, but Eve has a hard time with the obvious. The school is a hot bed of sex, blackmail, harassment and any nu [...]

    20. I've said before that the "IN DEATH" series by J.D. Robb (aka Nora Roberts) is my all-time favorite series, and after 24 books, that still holds true. With INNOCENT IN DEATH, I spent as much time crying over the emotional disturbance between my favorite couple, Eve Dallas and Roarke, as I did trying to find out who committed the crimes. When a likeable, all-around good guy teacher at a private school ends up dead, poisoned by ricin in his hot chocolate, the school is in shock. Eve immediately re [...]

    21. This series by Nora Roberts writing as J.D. Robb are great if you like an action/murder/suspense story with just a little hot romance thrown in for good measure.Eve Dallas is a complex, interesting, but flawed character. A hard as nails homicide cop who is excellent at solving murders, but has a past filled with the ghosts of an abusive childhood.With Roarke - her sexy as anything, former crook, turned legitimate billionaire husband - helping her out when needed with his "unique" knowledge of cr [...]

    22. While the case in this book is a good one with a shocker ending, it's the character relationships that shoot this one to the top of my list of In Death books. When a past love of Roarke's returns to claim the love she left behind 12 years ago, Eve's world is severely rattled. Roarke is blinded by the manipulation of his past girlfriend, & Eve is nearly destroyed after witnessing the look on Roarke's face when he first saw Maggie again's the look that he usually only gives to Eve. The heartbr [...]

    23. #24 in the In Death series, narrated by Susan EricksenThis was one of the most chilling books in this series so far. An "average-joe" teacher in a private school is found poisoned, and Dallas and Peabody need to find out who did it. The "how" turns out to be fairly easy, but the "who" is more difficult and unbelievable. As more bodies start to appear, the case becomes even more urgent. I guessed the murderer, but it didn't take away from the story at all since it was really all about proving it. [...]

    24. A really good but horrible one. Tough on emotions, personalities, and basic humanity. Pulls you in and doesn't let go. I laughed, held my breath, had a death grip on the book, had a Take that, Woman! moment, was completely stumped then shocked, dismayed, and overly grateful that this case is done with. Another one that won't be forgotten simply due to the nature of the sin and sinner. This had everything and was written so well that I was completely in the book. Gotta love Mavis, some UnSpooky-l [...]

    25. “No. No, I don't believe you'd betray me with her. I don't believe you'd cheat on me. But I'm afraid, and I'm sick in my heart that you might look at her, then at me. And regret.” OWW Roarke you make Eve so sad, i feel her heart broke and hurt so much and little bit suprised that Roarke got serious relationship with OW the evil Magdalena (first love) before Eve.“First, it’s not your concern, and don’t even think about raising that fist to me. This is my doing, her coming here, her caus [...]

    26. Probably the best and most gut-wrenching book in the series that I have read to date. The murder plot was fantastic and the personal struggles that Roarke and Eve faced really brought their relationship to a new level. "The look" literally killed me as much as it did Eve. I admit my stomach was in knots and this story brought me to tears more than once. I've never seen Eve so vulnerable and Roarke such a bloody oblivious ass! This story is some of J.D. Robb's best work and there is no better way [...]

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