Kindred in Death (In Death #29) by J.D. Robb
In Kindred In Death, Eve Dallas has another murder on her hands, this time the teenage daughter of an NYPSD captain, brutalized and killed in her own bedroom. The regular team – Peabody, McNab, Feeney, Baxter and Trueheart – goes about building their case while Louise and Charles’ wedding looms in the near future. Once again, Robb’s created a solid mystery with lots of twists and turns. You can really feel the case taking shape over the course of the novel, and the strength and depth of Eve and Roarke’s relationship.
I don’t actually have too much to say about this book. I basically devoured it, as I do with all of Robb/Roberts’ work, and it was great. I really don’t understand how she can write so much and have it always be enjoyable but I guess some people just have a gift, and the discipline to use it.