October Round Up

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Here’s what you may have missed:

Shadows in Death by JD Robb, narrated by Susan Ericksen

at AudioGals

The Subway Girl by Lisa Becker, narrated by Erin Mallon
I Loved You First by Suzanne Enoch, Molly Harper & Karen Hawkins, narrated by Amanda Ronconi
Throwing Hearts by NR Walker, narrated by Glen Lloyd
More Than Neighbors by Shannon Stacey, narrated by Tatiana Sokolov
Renewing Forever by Kelly Jensen, narrated by Austin Jay

at Dear Author

Their Christmas Baby Contract by Shannon Stacey

Coming Soon on Audio

Illustrated cover of a white woman with long dark hair in a red wool coat carrying Christmas gift bags Rear view of a dark-haired white woman in historical garb walking through a portal toward a Victorian mansion

Reviews of these books will be up soon at AudioGals.

REVIEW: Shadows in Death by JD Robb, narrated by Susan Ericksen

New York cityscape at night in the rain, focus on a concrete arch, two police cars with their lights, one on either side of the archCW: Rape, graphic violence

Why I read it:  This is one from my own TBL.

What it’s about: (from Goodreads) Lt. Eve Dallas is about to walk into the shadows of her husband’s dangerous past.

As it often did since he’d married a cop, murder interrupted more pleasant activities. Then again, Roarke supposed, the woman lying in a pool of her own blood a few steps inside the arch in Washington Square Park had a heftier complaint.

When a night out at the theatre is interrupted by the murder of a young woman in Washington Square Park, it seems like an ordinary case for Detective Eve Dallas and her team. But when Roarke spots a shadow from his past in the crowd, Eve realises that this case is far from business as usual.

Eve has two complex cases on her hands – the shocking murder of this wealthy young mother and tracking down the shadow before he can strike again, this time much closer to home. Eve is well used to being the hunter, but how will she cope when the tables are turned? As Eve and the team follow leads to Roarke’s hometown in Ireland, the race is on to stop the shadow making his next move . . .

What worked for me (and what didn’t): I have enjoyed the In Death series for many years. Eve Dallas, Roarke, Peabody, McNab, Mira and the rest are kind of like family now, I feel like I know them so well. Right now I’m reading fewer and fewer books with police officers as main characters but I make exception for Eve. Maybe that was a mistake this time.

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