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Suite 606 ☀ [PDF / Epub] ★ Suite 606 By J.D. Robb ✍ – Thomashillier.co.uk Ritual in Death JD RobbLieutenant Eve Dallas plunges into the violent aftermath of a ritualistic murder and into the mind of an alleged witness who can t remember a thing to save his life Love Endures Ritual in Death JD RobbLieutenant Eve Dallas plunges into the violent aftermath of a ritualistic murder and into the mind of an alleged witness who can t remember a thing to save his life Love Endures Mary BlayneyInvestigates the connection between a ghost, a magic coin, and a deliberate deception that has kept two lovers apart for years Cold Case Ruth Ryan LanganBrings a lost man out of a pounding storm and into the arms of a welcoming woman for a breathtaking twist of fate Wayward Wizard Mary Kay McComasFollows a mother and son lost in the threads of history and an impaired wizard who must return them to their own world to fulfill his own destiny in time.


10 thoughts on “Suite 606

  1. Julie (jjmachshev) Julie (jjmachshev) says:

    How in the heck do I rate Suite 606 This is a collection of four paranormal romantic suspense stories by four different authors, and I had four very different reactions.First up and the overwhelming reason to buy this sucker is J.D Robb s Ritual in Death Here we re treated to the latest doings of Eve and Roarke When the glittering society party Roarke and Eve are attending is interrupted by the appearance of a very nude, very bloody man with a knife, Eve thanks whatever god is watching How in the heck do I rate Suite 606 This is a collection of four paranormal romantic suspense stories by four different authors, and I had four very different reactions.First up and the overwhelming reason to buy this sucker is J.D Robb s Ritual in Death Here we re treated to the latest doings of Eve and Roarke When the glittering society party Roarke and Eve are attending is interrupted by the appearance of a very nude, very bloody man with a knife, Eve thanks whatever god is watching out for her and kicks into action The corpse appears to have been a victim of a ritual sacrifice of some sort and Eve may have to resort to some extremely unorthodox techniques to catch this killer Love Endures by Mary Blayney is a historical about love betrayed and love regainedwith the help of a not so helpful ghost Cold Case by Ruth Ryan Langan tells of a modern burned out, bummed out cop and his arresting, and haunting vacation.And the book closes with Wayward Wizard by Mary Kay McComas, another contemporary story about an estranged mother and child and the wizard whose unexpected appearance helps bridge their gap.As expected, I LOVED Robb s story and for Eve Roarke fans, this one alone makes shelling out the cash for the book woth every penny Next best for me was a tie between Mary Blayney s story and Wayward Wizard even though both heroines took a bit of warming up to As for Langan s story, it didn t particularly sit well with me and the ending was a bit jarring


  2. Janet Robel Janet Robel says:

    This collection of four stories was entertaining I m not a fan of anthologies in general since they are too short, but every so often, I still give them a chance.


  3. Micky Cox Micky Cox says:

    This is a collection of short stories that all have ghostly or supernatural connotations to them I picked up the book to read the first story which was a novella from the In Death series by JD Robb and it was very interesting While it won t kill the series if you miss it, it is entertaining Most of the stories were entertaining, but I just wasn t that into them It took me forever to finally read all the stories in the book as I kept picking up other books that wereinteresting If you h This is a collection of short stories that all have ghostly or supernatural connotations to them I picked up the book to read the first story which was a novella from the In Death series by JD Robb and it was very interesting While it won t kill the series if you miss it, it is entertaining Most of the stories were entertaining, but I just wasn t that into them It took me forever to finally read all the stories in the book as I kept picking up other books that wereinteresting If you have nothing else to read, this selection will fill your time, but if you cherish your reading timefind something else


  4. Wayland Smith Wayland Smith says:

    Like many, if not most, who read this, I pretty much got it for the Eve Dallas story that leads it off I m a huge fan of the series and the characters, and enjoy that world enough to stop by for a shorter visit Eve gets rescued from a dinner party when a very naked man shows up with a bloody knife,than enough to get the attention of the bored, kick ass detective The case leads to a ritual murder and elements of the supernatural you don t generally find in the In Death series The Like many, if not most, who read this, I pretty much got it for the Eve Dallas story that leads it off I m a huge fan of the series and the characters, and enjoy that world enough to stop by for a shorter visit Eve gets rescued from a dinner party when a very naked man shows up with a bloody knife,than enough to get the attention of the bored, kick ass detective The case leads to a ritual murder and elements of the supernatural you don t generally find in the In Death series The second story, Love Endures, seems to be related to another short I read in a different anthology, with a magic coin playing a big part in the paranormal romance story There s a ghost and some kind of deal with a powerful entity, as well Cold Case is about a burned out cop, haunted by his partner s death He goes away to heal and gets into an accident because of a storm, seeking shelter in a strange place with odd inhabitants shades of Rocky Horror It s fairly predictable Batting clean up, Wayward Wizard features a woman trying to mend her relationship with her son, a not entirely competent wizard, and sort of cameos by the other three stories It was all right, but not great The JD Robb was the best of them, and I d say Wayward Wizard was second Probably only recommend to JD Robb fans and completists


  5. Jeff Rhine Jeff Rhine says:

    Do not like J D Robb at all but this book was saved by the three other contributing authors who saved this book.


  6. Katie Katie says:

    I only read Ritual in Death It was good Not great Satanic theme again Very rushed.


  7. Cyn Armistead Cyn Armistead says:

    I only read the story by J.D Robb I glanced at the other three, but they re primarily romance stories, which do NOT interest me.The whole point of these little anthologies is to introduce readers who enjoy an established author s work to other, similar authors, right I know that J.D Robb is a pen name for Nora Roberts I know that the stories she publishes as NR are romances If I saw an anthology anchored by an NR story, I d expect it to be full of romances.However, I don t read the NR stuf I only read the story by J.D Robb I glanced at the other three, but they re primarily romance stories, which do NOT interest me.The whole point of these little anthologies is to introduce readers who enjoy an established author s work to other, similar authors, right I know that J.D Robb is a pen name for Nora Roberts I know that the stories she publishes as NR are romances If I saw an anthology anchored by an NR story, I d expect it to be full of romances.However, I don t read the NR stuff I only read her JDR books, which have a little romantic spice about the main character, Eve Dallas, and her husband Roarke, with occasional glimpses into Eve s partner, Peabody s, relationship with her guy, McNab That s it, though Neither of those sets of relationships are the focal point of the plots The mystery crime is the main thing, and while they re set in the future with the advantages of technology we don t yet have, they re essentially police procedurals I don t consider them SF, quite, because all the tech seems to be extrapolated from what we have now, and quite plausible And, of course, the tech isn t the point of the stories, either So why not put similar stories in an anthology anchored by a JDR story Why why why Misleading and disappointing readers is NOT the way to garner any positive buzz for the lesser known authors, and the backlash can lead to less enthusiasm from established readers like me for the established author s work


  8. BeParticular BeParticular says:

    I read this because I am addicted to the Eve Dallas series by J D Robb That story was good, but limited by the short 85 pages I ve never read the other authors before and I realize they too were dealing with space limitations But Mary Blayney s story actually managed to be extremely boring and tedious in a mere 79 pages Ruth Ryan Langan s story was plain awful The main character is supposedly the best homicide detective, specializing in closing cold cases, that his department has ever see I read this because I am addicted to the Eve Dallas series by J D Robb That story was good, but limited by the short 85 pages I ve never read the other authors before and I realize they too were dealing with space limitations But Mary Blayney s story actually managed to be extremely boring and tedious in a mere 79 pages Ruth Ryan Langan s story was plain awful The main character is supposedly the best homicide detective, specializing in closing cold cases, that his department has ever seen And yet he is steadfastly clueless through the entire story and when it finally wraps up, he doesn t close the case The final story by Mary Kay McComas was better, but barely Her similes kept pulling me out of the story, Seconds crawled by like so many snails in a gastropod parade, one after another, and they began to sense he d move on undetected And, Like the practiced thieves that they weren t, the three of them slipped around the immaculate little kitchen like eels at the bottom of the sea, skirting the old woman as if she were a rock, snagging bread and little cakes and a jar of plum preserves that threatened to send Nester into a visual orgasm on the spot Give me a break I only recommend this for the J D Robb story Don t bother with the others


  9. PJ Who Once Was Peejay PJ Who Once Was Peejay says:

    Like all of the anthologies in this series by J D Robb, Mary Blayney, Ruth Ryan Langan, and Mary Kay McComas, the Robb and McComas stories are the best and the chief reason I buy these books Robb because I m a long time fan, and McComas because she has a wonderful flair for character and puts them into some cleverly imaginative stories I really wish she wrote , but alas, these anthologies seem to be her main output The Blayney and Langan stories are sometimes okay, but not generally muc Like all of the anthologies in this series by J D Robb, Mary Blayney, Ruth Ryan Langan, and Mary Kay McComas, the Robb and McComas stories are the best and the chief reason I buy these books Robb because I m a long time fan, and McComas because she has a wonderful flair for character and puts them into some cleverly imaginative stories I really wish she wrote , but alas, these anthologies seem to be her main output The Blayney and Langan stories are sometimes okay, but not generally much beyond that In this particular anthology, they decided to group the stories around the theme of a mystic Suite 606, plus using some time traveling characters from Mary McComas s story Both elements appear in each story, sometimes significantly, sometimes only in passing Robb used them to best effect, I thought I found the Lanyan and Blayney stories particularly lackluster and particularly predictable this time out Even the McComas story wasn t her best but again, her great touch with character and imagination saved the day for me


  10. Sarah ~Sehrenity~ Sarah ~Sehrenity~ says:

    Barely readable The only story I was able to finish was Ritual in Death by J.D Robb, and even then I felt short changed Eve was just surly well,than usual , and poor Roarke was reduced to silliness.I found the writing of Love Endures by Mary Blayney very poor, and the characters were all unlikeable If this story is representative of her writing, I will not pick up anyCold Case by Ruth Ryan Langan was somewhat better, and the story was interesting, but I found the emotional Barely readable The only story I was able to finish was Ritual in Death by J.D Robb, and even then I felt short changed Eve was just surly well,than usual , and poor Roarke was reduced to silliness.I found the writing of Love Endures by Mary Blayney very poor, and the characters were all unlikeable If this story is representative of her writing, I will not pick up anyCold Case by Ruth Ryan Langan was somewhat better, and the story was interesting, but I found the emotional development of the leading chracters totally ridiculous I got fed up halfway through and skimmed pages to the end.Didn t even try the Mary Kay McComas selection.Bottom lineIf you want to read it, borrow it from your library My copy is going to my nearest secondhand store the first chance I get


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