Memory in Death : In Death

  • by J. D. Robb
  • Narrated by Susan Ericksen
  • Series: In Death
  • 11 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Eve Dallas is one tough cop. She's got no problem dealing with a holiday reveler in a red suit who plunges 37 stories and gives new meaning to the term "sidewalk Santa". But when she gets back to the station and Trudy Lombard shows up, it's all Eve can do to hold it together.Instantly, she's plunged back into the past, to the days when she was a vulnerable, traumatized girl - trapped in foster care with the twisted woman who now sits in front of her, smiling.Trudy claims she just wanted to see how Eve was doing. But Eve's husband, Roarke, suspects otherwise - and his suspicions prove correct when Trudy arrives at his office demanding money in exchange for keeping the ugly details of his wife's childhood a secret. Barely restraining himself, Roarke shows her the door - and makes it clear that she'd be wise to get out of New York and never bother him or his wife again.But just a few days later, Trudy's found on the floor of her hotel room, a mess of bruises and blood.A cop to the core, Eve is determined to solve the case, if only for the sake of Trudy's bereaved son. Unfortunately, Eve is not the only one to have suffered at this woman's hands, and she and Roarke will follow a circuitous, dangerous path to find out who turned this victimizer into a victim.

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What the Critics Say

"This is number 22 in a series that still manages to feel fresh." (Publishers Weekly)
"Ericksen reads the dialog in a punchy style that suits the writing and her pace matches the excitement of the action." (AudioFile)

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Excellent

The story for the last book didn't really grab me, but this one I read in one day. Excellent book, story and narration there really isn't much else to say but a real winner.
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- Misty

Brilliantly drawn foster mother from hell

I find this one hard to come back to because the character of Trudi, the manipulative foster mother, is just so awful. But at the same time she is a masterly creation and quite compelling. And Eve's sucker-punched response is convincing too.

Not the strongest of her plots, but well written and very well read, with the usual good combo of humour and drama.
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- AMG, London

Book Details

  • Release Date: 20-05-2008
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio