Obsession in Death: In Death, Book 40 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Obsession in Death: In Death, Book 40 by J. D. Robb

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Eve Dallas has solved a lot of high-profile murders for the NYPSD and gotten a lot of media. She-with her billionaire husband-is getting accustomed to being an object of attention, of gossip, of speculation. But now Eve has become the object of one person's obsession. Someone who finds her extraordinary, and thinks about her every hour of every day. Who believes the two of them have a special relationship. Who would kill for her again and again. An aggressive defense attorney who's sparred with Eve in the courtroom is the first victim, but she isn't the last. The messages left for Eve at the crime scenes chill her and turn her stomach. It doesn't get much more personal than this-and Eve refuses to hand the investigation over to anyone else. With a murderer reading meaning into her every move, handling this case will be a delicate-and dangerous-psychological dance. And Eve knows that underneath the worship and admiration, a terrible threat lies in wait. Because the beautiful lieutenant is not at all grateful for these bloody offerings from her "true and loyal friend." And in time, idols always fall....



  • I've gone through the entire series and let me tell you, this book is seriously thrilling. Erickson and Roberts have really nailed it with their captivating storytelling. It's a total treat for your ears.
  • To start off, let me just mention that this is my very first experience with an In Death audiobook. Normally, I prefer to curl up and read them, but with my hectic schedule lately, finding the time to sit down and read anything has been a real challenge. So, I decided to give the audiobook a try and listen to it while I'm busy working or running errands. Now, the In Death series happens to be one of my absolute favorites, and I've been a devoted fan for over a decade. However, I must admit that this particular narrator really rubs me the wrong way. I don't find her voice to be quite suitable for the story, and the way she pronounces Peabody's name ("Peabuddy") seriously gets under my skin. She also tends to pronounce a few other names and words in a rather odd manner, and each time she does so, it just adds to my irritation. Moreover, her attempts at doing accents are rather weak, and sometimes they just come across as downright strange. In all honesty, as I sit here writing this review, I've only managed to get through three and a half hours of the thirteen-hour-long story. And to be frank, I can already tell that finishing the rest of the book is going to feel like a real chore, rather than the exhilarating experience that JD Robb books usually provide. I can say with confidence that unless there's a change in narrator, I won't be purchasing any more audiobooks from this series.