Echoes in Death : In Death

  • by J. D. Robb
  • Narrated by Susan Ericksen
  • Series: In Death
  • 13 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING SERIES...
The chilling suspense novel from the author of Brotherhood in Death.

After a party in New York, Lieutenant Eve Dallas rides home with her billionaire husband, Roarke, happy to be done with cocktails and small talk.
After another party, not far away, a woman retires to her bedroom with her husband - and walks into a brutal nightmare.
Their paths are about to collide...

When the young woman - dazed, naked, and bloody - wanders in front of their car, Roarke slams on the brakes just in time, and Eve, still in glittering gown and heels, springs into action. It's been a long night for the tired homicide cop, and it's far from over.
Daphne Strazza is rushed to the ER, but it's too late for Dr. Anthony Strazza. A brilliant orthopedic surgeon, he now lies dead amid the wreckage of his obsessively organized town house, his three safes opened and emptied. Daphne would be a valuable witness, but in her terror and shock the only description of the perp she can offer is repeatedly calling him "the devil"...
While it emerges that Dr. Strazza was cold, controlling, and widely disliked - and that he treated Daphne like a trophy wife - this is one case where the evidence doesn't point to the spouse as the first suspect. So Eve and her team must get started on the legwork, interviewing everyone from dinner-party guests to professional colleagues to caterers, in a desperate race to answer some crucial questions:
What does the devil look like? And where will he show up next?

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It must be the future, tubes instead of bottles.


The year 2060, why?
No reason maybe a marketing ploy or just one more thing to add to the story that is exploitative and boring. Everyone is beautiful, everyone is super beautiful except for one cop who likes funny clothing and is a total idiot, the conversations are stilted and repetitive in case you miss something the first ten times, the characters are predictable fatuous and boring. Sex, torture, and food are constantly described in microscopic detail but with politically correct comments to make it acceptable while being totally exploitative.

Bad in so many ways.
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- Wras

Narrator's accents terrible

The story is OK, but the narrator's accents are terrible. Roarke's Irish accent in particular made me cringe every time I heard it. I persevered and did not feel rewarded for my patience and time. I always judge the quality of an audio book by how much I miss it when I can't listen. I did not miss this book.
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- Miles

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-02-2017
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio