Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Review: Golden in Death

Golden in Death (In Death, #50)
Golden in Death
J.D. Robb

Lt. Eve Dallas is faced with a case she needs to solve quickly. Someone is sending packages filled with chemicals to select individuals. Once the package is opened, a toxic fume is released, killing the victim in a matter of minutes. Dallas and her team need to stop the killer before he or she has a chance to spread havoc in the city. But is this a case of terrorism or someone with a grudge or someone looking for revenge? Dallas will stop at nothing to find out.

Golden in Death is a fast-paced story that I enjoyed. This was my first time reading something in this series, and it is clear that the author knows what works. In fact, it took me a minute to realize that J.D. Robb is a pen name used by Nora Roberts. So naturally with so many books in the series and a talented writer like Roberts one would expect nothing less. Furthermore, the characters were well developed, and the story had a good sense of place. I think fans of this series will be entertained.

Thanks to St. Martin's Press for allowing me to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

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