Concealed in Death

Concealed in Death

Large Print - 2014
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"While demolishing a long-empty New York building, Roarke finds two skeletons wrapped in plastic. By the time Eve Dallas and her crew finish searching the premises, there are twelve murders to be solved. The place was a makeshift shelter for troubled and homeless teenagers back in the mid-2040s, and Eve tracks down the people who worked there. Between their recollections and the brilliant work of the force's new forensic anthropologist, Eve puts names and faces to the remains. They are all girls. When Eve discovers a connection between the victims and someone she knows, she is even more driven to reveal the secrets of the place that was called The Sanctuary"--Back cover.
Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. : Wheeler Pub./Gale Cengage Learning, 2014.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9781410463982
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY
Characteristics: 575 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.


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grace_ellisent Sep 03, 2014

A good read, as usual. Middle of the rank from the In Death series, another normal crime solving day for Lt. Dallas and company.

Aug 02, 2014

They in death books just keep getting better .

Jun 04, 2014

always enjoy jd robb and her characters-I wasn't disappointed in this story

Apr 30, 2014

This of of the better J.D. Robb books I have read. Lieutenant Eve Dallas's husband is set to demolish a building but on striking the first blow he finds two skeletons. He summons his wife and they end up finding 12 bodies! The search for the murderer starts and in a gripping tale we hear of all the possible suspects and the eventual solving of the crime; but not before Dallas herself struggles with her past. Little Quila one of the residents of the home is just incredibly precocious and a delight to read about.

Apr 19, 2014

A good read overall, however I felt as tho the author got a little tired towards the end and just wanted to finish the book. The book reminds me of John Steinbecks, 'Of Mice and Men' a bit.

********SPOILER ALERT********** Monty=Lenny, Nashville=George, and Shelby is somewhat congruent to Curly's wife.

I'm left wondering how was Monty able to do everything he did and get away with it for so long given his mental capacity. Was it all a show? Big brother had to have known a lot more than he admitted to in the end.

Feb 27, 2014

It was a good read. Plot was okay.
But I find that the feel of the series has shifted a bit recently. I just flip the page on sex scenes. Hopefully the next book has more of the other characters in it. Love how Eve feels about Mr. Mira!

bookfanatic1979 Feb 25, 2014

Very bittersweet tone to this entry, especially the epilogue. I must admit though, I’m beginning to tire of the sex scenes and the near constant reminders of Dallas’ traumatic upbringing. Having said that, I still have a lot of affection for this series. I automatically put the new titles on my “must read” list, even if the main mystery doesn’t appeal to me (a very rare occurrence) there’s bound to be something that I’ll like about it.

rowenabayong Nov 24, 2013

Can't wait to read this!


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