Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Audiobook Review: Imitation In Death

Title: Imitation in Death

Author: J. D. Robb

Genre: Futuristic Romance/Mystery/Police Procedural

Series: In Death #19

Published: August 2003

Source: Purchased through Audible.com

My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Book Blurb: (from JDRobb.com)

The summer of 2059 is drawing to a sweaty close when a killer makes his debut with the slashing and mutilation of a prostitute. He leaves behind a note addressed to Lieutenant Eve Dallas, commending her work and inviting her to participate in his game. Now Eve is on the trail of a serial killer who knows as much about the history of murder as she does—and he’s paying homage to some of history’s most vicious, and infamous, killers.

My Review: 

Eve has a serial killer on her hands. This killer loves to imitate famous killers like Jack the Ripper and Ted Bundy. Just how many will he replicate before he makes a mistake and gets caught? 
Not too many when it comes to Eve and her team. While all this is happening, Peabody, her aide, has to take her Detective's exam.  Great story. Love all the characters.

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