Monday, October 3, 2016

Apprentice in Death/J.D. Robb/375 pgs.

It begins with what appears to be a random sniper shooting at an ice skating rink; the year is 2061, and this is the latest entry in J.D. Robb's Eve Dallas series. Lt. Dallas is called in to head up the investigation, and to ultimately put a stop to anymore killings. Early on in the investigation, it becomes apparent that the police might be looking for two killers instead of one. Once the identities of the suspects are known, it's a battle against time in order to stop more murders. This is one of Robb's best efforts, and furthers the reader's enjoyment of the series. Highly recommended!

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