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Ritual in Death [and] Missing in Death

af J. D. Robb

Serier: In Death (27.5 & 29.5)

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Dark, mystifying and powerful forces are at work in these two superb J. D. Robb short stories. Ritual When a naked, knife wielding man who thinks he has killed someone crashes a glamorous ball she's attending, Lieutenant Eve Dallas is almost relieved. The clues point towards ritual murder, but Eve knows there is nothing supernatural about a deadly lust for power ...Missing Aboard the Staten Island ferry, a tourist sees something she shouldn't have, soon no one can find her. But if she didn't jump, and she's not on board, where is she? Lieutenant Eve Dallas and her team know that all the answers lie in just what she was seen on that ferry.… (mere)
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I had read Ritual in Death before in Suite 606 but it was worth the re-read. Interesting story with some supernatural overtones, though the murder is solved by solid police work on the part of Dallas et al. Dallas is at an event dressed up to the nines and bitter about the shoes when a naked man stumbles in covered in blood. Satanic Rituals and cultish behaviour feature.

Missing in Death features the Staten Island Ferry, blood in a toilet and a missing mother, when the mother turns up again she's missing a chunk of memory, however the blood suggests a body, and that's missing too, when Dallas starts digging she finds that the blood is from a nasty assassin and the investigation takes a few twists.

Both are good introductions to the series and the characters but as part of the series they are good reads, little snippets of interaction between characters I have come to know and love and enjoy visiting with occasionally. ( )
  wyvernfriend | May 15, 2013 |
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Dark, mystifying and powerful forces are at work in these two superb J. D. Robb short stories. Ritual When a naked, knife wielding man who thinks he has killed someone crashes a glamorous ball she's attending, Lieutenant Eve Dallas is almost relieved. The clues point towards ritual murder, but Eve knows there is nothing supernatural about a deadly lust for power ...Missing Aboard the Staten Island ferry, a tourist sees something she shouldn't have, soon no one can find her. But if she didn't jump, and she's not on board, where is she? Lieutenant Eve Dallas and her team know that all the answers lie in just what she was seen on that ferry.

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