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Holiday in Death [Read] ➪ Holiday in Death ➲ J.D. Robb – 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 Lieutenant Eve Dallas on the trail of a ritua 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 Lieutenant 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 As the murders continue Eve enters into an elite world of people searching for their one true love and a killer searching for his next victim A world where the power of love leads men and women into the ultimate Holiday in PDF/EPUB or act of betrayal Librarian's note See alternate cover edition with same ASIN here.

10 thoughts on “Holiday in Death

  1. Val ⚓️ Shameless Non-Snowflake ⚓️ Val ⚓️ Shameless Non-Snowflake ⚓️ says:

    RoarkeEveRoarke and EveLe sigh

  2. Mo Mo says:

    Another fabulous read I love Eve and Roarke Eventhough they are not really together much in the books she is off solving murders and such But the times they spend together are so sweet and so special Sigh Beautiful Eve is my type of girl Happy to potter around in jeans and boots and t shirts Hates wearing dresses and having to socialize LOL Not into make up Well I am into make up At my age I need it This is set in the future I should be running a mile but I am not At times like this when she was alone when her spirits were low she wondered how they had ever come together the straight arrow cop who believed unwaveringly in the lines of the law and the slick Irishman who'd tangled with and over those lines all of his life Bloody hell I love you Yeah I think Hugh is my Roarke There's a memory for the box and a tradition Merry Christmas I think I still have about 754 books to read in this series LOL Maybe not that many but a lot

  3. Apoorva Apoorva says:

    Okay I'll say it this wayWhat I loved 1 I knew the killer in like 6th chapter and I know it shouldn't be that obvious and maybe it wasn't it was just an instinct for me but since it pleased me that I guessed it I am happy and I don't care about anything else sometimes we need predictability with a dose of unpredictability and this gace me that2 McNab and Peabody gotta love those two The enemies to lovers slow burn thing between them is so nice to read about amidst murder and gore I'll pitch a fit if they don't get it on on the next one By that I mean put them together on ten cases and then see what happens3 Eve and Roarke that's it4 Charles and Crack made an appearance my life is set for the next few weeks5 Summerset was a lil better than before You'd think the man would be grateful to someone who saved his life but in retrospect that would really disturb their euation and I won't have enough excuses to half dislike and half snob at him What can you doMy only problem We didn't get to see her giving Roarke his Christmas present just like we didn't get to see the fuckin wedding Okay I hadn't mentioned that I was pissed off at that but now it's out of the way Clean slate And onto the next

  4. Jo ★The Book Sloth★ Jo ★The Book Sloth★ says:

    This was my least favorite book so far not because of the mystery aspect I uite liked Santa Killer but because Eve was acting like a bitch with Nadine with Peabody with Charles and generally with everyone at some points

  5. Beanbag Love Beanbag Love says:

    In this installment of the wildly popular In Death series we find a madman dressed as Santa ringing doorbells and then raping and murdering the person who answers It's Christmas and Eve Dallas is cranky She doesn't need thisLet me just get this out of the way I find Eve Dallas to be one of the most loathsome female characters in any successful series going today She is verbally and emotionally abusive to anyone who cares about her including her hot husband If I worked for her I'd reuest a transfer If she was my friend I'd screen her calls At one point she says something completely horrible insulting and humiliating to Peabody her friend and subordinate Peabody reads her the riot act You can say what you want on the clock but not when we're on personal time kind of thing Well apparently Eve was saying it from a personal standpoint and not as Peabody's boss So Eve gets her feelings hurt over Peabody's rant And apparently according to the author we're supposed to take Eve's side in this Peabody's in the wrong WTH Infuriating If professional what she said should have gotten her written up as harassment If personal what she said should have permanently lost her a friendBut not in the world of In Death where Eve Dallas can abuse and disrespect every single person with whom she comes in contact and all they do is freakin' admire her I'm not sure why this series is so popular frankly I think it's Roarke He's definitely a great hero but in this installment he's reduced to a therapeutic sex toy Which would be fine if he wasn't so much interesting than the heroineI was bothered by the previous book because it was so Eve centric when the mystery should have had the book focused much on Roarke And in this one he's pushed even further into the background I'm sorry but Eve Dallas is simply not a likable enough heroine to sustain interest in this series Why would I buy a book just to see the protagonist beat up on the people who for some unknown reason care about her The mystery was okay but therein lay another wall banger We have everyone talking about what a great cop Eve is but her impulsive nastiness led her down the wrong path multiple times She blames herself for missing clues but then everyone else assures her it's not at all her fault It IS her fault she missed clues because she was busy ruining everyone else's Christmas with her bitchy attacks on everything from work to play to tradition to personal choice She's a nightmareAnd after all that spoiler warning view spoilershe finally decides to devote her evening to Roarke and head home from Peabody's apartment immediately after her friend has been attacked and almost rapedmurdered In fact everyone leaves Peabody alone Because she says I'll be fine With friends like these who needs people who don't give a crap hide spoiler

  6. Jilly Jilly says:

    It's Christmas in July for this girl And this book is celebrating it with a serial killer who decorates his victims with the Twelve Days of Christmas theme It makes my holiday rituals seem a little boring The only thing dying during our holiday gatherings is the idea that seeing those long lost family members again is a good idea I mean really we don't see them all year for a reason I'm still pissed off at them over that one I do NOT have a chocolate problem We get along just fineAnd what else does the Christmas Spirit bring to people That's right simmering rage and violent eruptions of emotional pain Eve gets really into the Christmas spirit in this book She is in a mood so bitchy that even those homeless guys who scream at cars on the street are telling her to calm down a notch She is absolutely horrible to everyone But I guess nobody can complain that she showed favoritism in her gift giving She gave them eual shares of insults yelling and cursingSo again I need to ask the uestion that I ask every book why the hell does Roarke like Eve There isn't a pleasant bone in her body Her favorite thing to say to him is kiss my ass She treats Peabody like an abusive parent treats their kid when they're drunk She even storms into a police officer's Christmas party on Christmas Eve and freaks out that he isn't working Where the hell are my reports Where are my results What the fuck's going on around hereHey it's Christmas Eve Lighten upHer hand snapped out grabbed him by the shirtfront and yanked him off the table I've got four bodies and a woman in the hospital don't you fucking tell me to lighten up you little cross eyed son of a bitch I want my test results Wait a minute This sounds familiar Aunt Eve Is that you Stupid family holidaysSeriously though someone get this woman a Xanax Stat

  7. Phrynne Phrynne says:

    It has been years since I first read this book and still it was oh so good The dialogue between Peabody and Eve made me laugh and it made me cry Ditto that between Roarke and Eve I loved every single word in this book and enjoyed every precious moment Each book in this series builds upon the character of Eve and it is very hard not to love her as much as the author obviously does In this book she is coming to grips with the Christmas holiday and having to buy gifts for her ever increasing circle of friends It is both funny and sad to see her as she struggles with something which is second nature to those of us who have had normal family relationships for the whole of our lives Roarke and Eve both have to start laying down their own customs and traditions as they both led deprived childhoodsThis is another brilliant episode in this amazing series I am so much enjoying my second read through

  8. Bren Bren says:

    “Peabody Bite meThough Eve managed to swallow a chuckle at her aide's use of her own standard response to annoyances she didn't uite make it over McNab's cheerful Where” ― JD Robb Holiday in DeathReview9192020What a read this was I originally wrote a few short lines about this book but I am adding to it because I did a reread and found it better or as good as the first timeThis was the first in death book I ever read and it was such a good one How could any mystery lover resist a book about a killer masuerading as Santa And targeting people who use a dating service Around the Holidays It absolutely caught my eyeSo I originally read it many years ago and after I joined GR I decided to find it only I could not even remember the name of the book Luckily GR library pointed me toward it I have not been all that familiar with the in death series and only read one otherSo I was thrilled to find it again And how I adored it This was a fast and furious read for me It is still great And I sort of forgot who the killer was I did not guess it the first time I read this eitherIt's a gritty reada crazy page turner with the gritty street fell combined with Holiday Festivity that Eve cannot feel due to the tinge of horror at a killer roaming free You feel right there in the streets trying to solve the murders with Eve with the blinking Neon signs all around and the frantic pull of urgency as bodies pile up caused by a deadly killer playing a deadly game And the killer is turning Santa into a nightmare for many back lit against the touching story of Eve and Roark and a uirky cast of charactersSo for a mystery fan Great reading Very clever writing and a wonderful to read a second time Highly recommended

  9. Wendy& Wendy& says:

    5 Facing the Demons Stars Spoiler FreeAs I read this series I am so amazed at how Ms Robb has taken ideas fresh from the '90s and made them real and current for 2058 I think this is one of the reasons I am so enjoying this series However the main attraction for me is the ever evolving relationship between Eve and Roarke With each entry we are able to see them grow be challenged and recover just in the way they should Eve has so much to overcome She has done a magnificent job in doing so creating this person she isbut underneath this amazing cop tough and strong is the girl who was tortured and treated like an animal Eve is coming to terms with what she is finally remembering from her childhood and during this investigation her personal experiences are causing repercussionsEve also is learning how to behave as a friend to others She has to deal with the concept of buying gifts for Christmas She is learning how to let others in Roarke is solid the man is a wonder and I want one just like him PeriodThe storyline has a solid base with the policework and I was caught up in it throughout I felt the urgency and terror Before Reading When you get started with RobbYou can't read just one For Reviews Free E books and Giveaways

  10. Brenda Brenda says:

    Lieutenant Eve Dallas headed in to the station early after the usual recurring nightmare had disturbed her sleep once again But on the way she was summonsed to a disturbance in a nearby apartment block The murder scene was horrific – made worse by the festive season decorations surrounding the victim And so the beginning of a terrible run of murders for Dallas as the Twelve Days of Christmas played out with a sadistic killer on the loose searching for his “one true love” Santa had a lot to answer for as 2058 drew to a close – and Dallas was determined to stop him in his tracks Holiday in Death by JD Robb is 7th in the series and is another excellent mystery – a re read for me and as exciting to devour this time as it was last Highly recommended

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