Surrounded by witches, good and evil, Eve betrays a dear friend and puts the job first.
This book really hits home with Eve. A suspect is the son of a serious psycho serial killer and rapist who worshipped satan. The father raped and beat his own son. Blinded by her emotions, Eve wishes and hopes that the man is innocent, even if all of the evidence points his way.
Ritual killings, orgies and the mysterious unknown witchcraft, Eve is the primary on this case and leads her aide and others with skeptical sarcasm.
He watched her work before, studied and admired the efficient, concentrated field she created around the dead. Roarke wondered if she fully understood why she did it, or how she could, while examining a lifeless, violently dispatched body with such clear-cut objectivity, see through the pity that haunted her eyes.
He’d never asked her. He doubted he ever would.
I honestly did not care much for this book. It was a bit boring to me.
I recommend this book to mature adults. Strong sexual content. Strong and intriguing violence. Sex and dismemberment. Although others may find this book extremely entertaining, I am recommending this book only to those who are reading the In Death series. I mean .. why bother?
Line of the book:
“…my narcissism is balanced by a generous heart.”