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Dark in Death: In Death, Book 46 by J. D. Robb

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The Novel; Dark in Death: In Death, Book 46 Audiobook by J. D. Robb is another entry in the series of novels dealing with death by the number 1 New York Times bestselling author and master of suspense.

At this time, murder took place in a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece Psycho where someone stabbed Chanel Rylan’s neck with an icepick. The murderer disappeared in the crowd in Times Square. Chanel’s best friend, who thought it was a bad joke at the very beginning, has to deal with the situation after coming back to the theater from attending a call outside.

Detective Eve Dallas entered the scene and started to investigate this mysterious murder, but the clues are nowhere to be found and the case apparently seemed one that would never be solved. The only certain thing is that the killing was prepared beforehand and seemed to be on a personal level. And when everything was about to be lost, an important hint is provided to Detective Dallas: the murder seemed so similar to the pages of a police thriller story. The own author of the book recognized the murder and told the police. Now there is a line to follow since the murder of a sex worker was similar to a story written by the same police thriller author.

This provided the opportunity for Eve and her billionaire husband Roarke to spend time reading mystery books searching for any indication of the next murder, but the main issue is that time is getting shorter and a new killing is about to happen. And only Detective Dallas is the one who can stop these murders to continue happening.


Dark in Death: In Death, Book 46 Audiobook by J. D. Robb is the 46 th entry in the series that has obtained great popularity and a huge amount of fans all over the world, turning its author J.D. Robb (penname of Eleanor Marie Robertson) a famous writer and the number 1 best seller author from the New York Times list.

After 46 novels and 14 short stories, the series is getting fans all over the world and in this case new ones are being added; although some eager fans consider this novel the weakest entry in the whole series. This is mostly due probably to the exhausting author and a tiresome plot creation. However, the author will continue writing stories in the series and they will end the exact moment the main character, Eve, gets pregnant, as J.D. Robb has stated that the expecting of child will mean the end of Detective Dallas’ adventures.

A book for casual fans of the series which has gained some good reviews from critics; but hardcore followers isn’t so eager about this new entry.

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  • The story and language felt strange. It seemed like the author was really pushing to be captivating and distinct. Additionally, I didn't particularly enjoy the execution of the performance.
  • I made an effort, but I couldn't push through beyond the second chapter of this book. The narrator truly has the power to make or break a book, and unfortunately, in this case, the narrator broke it. The pace at which she reads is incredibly slow, and to make matters worse, one of the police officers is portrayed in a manner that resembles a cartoon character. It's quite distracting and extremely irritating.
  • The narrator and the plot didn't resonate with me at all. I endured it, desperately hoping for something redeeming that would justify my decision to download this book. Unfortunately, I was left feeling let down.
  • I think someone else might have written this book, it just has that vibe. The narrator's choice of voices for the characters didn't really do it for me. It was missing that special spark that I've found in other stories.
  • I got this title as part of a '2 for 1' deal, or else I would have returned it. I did manage to listen to the entire book, hoping for a satisfying ending that would justify the high ratings. Unfortunately, the ending turned out to be quite the opposite - lacking any suspense, plot twist, or redeeming quality. I find myself puzzled by the success of J.D. Robb (aka Nora Roberts) and her 'mystery' novels. It's evident that there is a dedicated fanbase for romance mixed with a touch of murder mystery. However, the excessive sexual content, constant mentions of genitalia, and unnecessary profanity made me consider returning the book after just three chapters. Sadly, these elements persisted throughout the rest of the book. The so-called 'plot twist' was either non-existent or revealed so early on that it became an integral part of the story. This experience has left me with no desire to waste my time or money on another J.D. Robb book. Furthermore, the narration was subpar, as the character voices blended together. It required intense concentration to determine who was speaking, often relying on the narrator's mention of the character's name. This added insult to injury. I still can't comprehend the appeal of this series.
  • This book is barely passable, if I'm being generous! The narration is hands down the most atrocious I've ever come across. I couldn't even bring myself to complete it due to its abysmal quality. It's hard to fathom how this book made it onto the service. Such a letdown.
  • I was about to lose it if she uttered Peabuddy once more. It would be great if the audiobook service used different narrators for different characters. I enjoy the Eve Dallas books, but I'm not confident I can endure this particular narrator again.
  • I found the excessive narration to be quite bothersome. The plot of the story was decent, but I must say it wasn't worth the credit I spent on it. I was truly let down by JD Robb's storytelling and the selection of the narrator.
  • The element of surprise in revealing the victims was a fantastic aspect of the story. However, I felt that the narrator could have done a better job in giving each character a more distinct voice.