Indulgence in Death (In Death, #31) by J.D. Robb
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I really enjoyed this installment of the In Death series. I liked the interaction between Eve and Roarke. It was good to see them get away from New York for pleasure and not because of a case that Eve was working on. It was good to see them building relationships with Roarke's family, especially since Eve doesn't have any family of her own. I thought that it was interesting to have Eve "mentor" the Irish police officer when they discovered the body in the park.
I'm not going to go into the plot once they were back in New York, because that might give the book away. This was fun book to read and I couldn't put it down. I really enjoy watching the characters grow and develop and I think all of them grew in this book. One example of that in the past, especially when the series first started, Eve would never have thought to organize an event to help someone the way she organized the barbecue to help Morris start to socialize again.
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