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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Born In Death by J. D. Robb

Mysteries are good, I always enjoy a good mystery. I have read J.D. Robb once before and discovered that Norah Roberts and J. D. Robb share the same body. Hmm, who knew? There is a tiny touch of scifi in the book. The setting is sometime in the near future since the glitzy, tech stuff is not overwhelming. The mystery surrounds murder, adoption, kidnapping and general mayhem. The protagonist and many of the characters are women who appear to be the butt kicking variety. The interaction between the protagonist and her hubby has a couple of steamy pages for those of you who enjoy a tiny little bit of titillation. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed the last book of hers that I had read. I recommend it.

Body of work of J. D. Robb


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