At exactly 7:30 p.m., Walter Pettibone arrived home to over a hundred friends and family shouting, “surprise!” It was his birthday. Although he had known about the planned event for weeks, the real surprise was yet to come. At 8:45 p.m., a woman with emerald eyes and red hair handed him a glass of champagne. One sip of birthday bubbly, and he was dead.
The woman’s name is Julie Dockport. No one at the party knew who she was. But Detective Eve Dallas remembers her all too well. Eve was personally responsible for her incarceration nearly ten years ago. And now, let out on good behavior, she still has nothing but bad intentions. It appears she wants to meet Dallas again—in a reunion neither will forget…
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Seeing him struggle with his own work, getting irritated with Summerset, getting a cold, snapping at Eve after a hard day at the office, any of these would work to make him a little less the perfect romance hero and a better match for the ever-evolving Eve.| Read Full Review of Reunion in Death
When it comes to portraying the characters emotional side, Ericksen continues the story without a hitch.| Read Full Review of Reunion in Death
Lt. Eve Dallas is just back from a two week holiday to find that Peabody, her assistant, has cleared her desk, so Eve gives Peabody a cold case to work on when nothing else is happening, but of course they are both called to the scene of the death of Walter Pettibone.| Read Full Review of Reunion in Death
And this was another case where Roarke took it upon himself to go to Commander Whitney to insert himself into Eve’s case (I can’t remember which installment he did this previously, but it wasn’t that long ago).May 02 2012 | Read Full Review of Reunion in Death
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