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Holiday in Death: In Death, Book 7 by J. D. Robb

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No one likes to be alone during the holidays. For New York's most posh dating service, Personally Yours, it is the season to bring lonely hearts together. But Lt. Eve Dallas, on the trail of a ritualistic serial killer, has made a disturbing discovery: all of the victims have been traced to Personally Yours. Eve soon enters an elite world of people searching for their one true love - and one killer searching for his next victim.



  • I've been listening to books 1 through 7.5 and I'm not tired of this storyline at all. Lieutenant Eve Dallas and her wealthy husband Roarke are absolutely amazing. I'm eagerly looking forward to more. It's a good thing JD Robb (Nora Roberts) keeps delivering these books!
  • The seventh installment in the In Death series by J. D. Robb follows the first holiday season of Eve and Roarke as a couple. I was pleasantly surprised and impressed by Holiday in Death. While I expected the usual brutal murders, I definitely did not anticipate a killer Santa, nor the clever use of The Twelve Days of Christmas as a calling card. However, it all falls within the normal scope of an Eve Dallas investigation. What really caught me off guard were the non-murder investigation scenes. Witnessing Eve purchase presents for her friends had me bursting with laughter, but the moments where Eve and Roarke create holiday traditions together were truly heart-wrenching. These scenes beautifully depict their healing journey, emphasizing the immense loss they both experienced during their traumatic childhoods. These emotional moments leave a stronger impact than any nightmare or flashback. That being said, I did have a slight issue with how Eve employed Peabody to help apprehend the murderer. It felt out of character for her to put Peabody in such a vulnerable situation. Considering Eve's own past, I found it hard to believe that she wouldn't have considered the potential psychological consequences that Peabody would face. Despite this concern, it does highlight Eve's unwavering determination to catch a killer, showcasing the lengths she is willing to go. I have to say, these stories just keep getting better. Each book reveals a gradual softening of Eve's character and a small step towards healing. While the changes may seem minimal from one book to the next, when you view the series as a whole, the development of Eve's character over the course of the first seven books is truly remarkable. I'm eagerly looking forward to what the future holds in the series!
  • I really like these stories, even though they can be a bit cheesy. The crime-solving aspects are better than most. This book was a departure from the usual style - not as entertaining, but still good. I'm glad to say there were fewer unnecessary and explicit sexual scenes.