Echoes in Death by JD Robb

Echoes in Death by JD Robb

Echoes and ripples, events that shape other events and ripples from events that cause other ripples that touch other ripples. Not trying to appear Zen like, its just what came to mind as I finished the latest story. I have read and re-read this series many times, but haven’t enjoyed the last few books. This one was good and a thoughtful read it’s just still not as good as the first 30 in the series. No Nadine and no Mavis. Nadine has been quiet in the last couple and I’m not sure why NY’s finest reporter isn’t around. She’s missed.

I agree with another reviewer who wrote that some of the dialogue didn’t match the characters. For those of us diehard Dallas fans, we know these characters inside and out. And this book was lacking in a lot of familiar aspects.

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