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In New York City in 2059, someone is pursuing missing gems from a decades-old heist...someone who's willing to kill for them. Sharp-witted and sexy, NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas is used to travelling in the shadowy corners outside the law. And in a future where crime meets cutting-edge technology, she will attempt to track down the diamonds once and for all - and stop the danger and death that have surrounded them for years.
©2010 J.D. Robb (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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By Donn Edwards on 02-27-10

Remember When - WARNING

I am bitterly disappointed with this book. It was written in 2003, not 2010, and is simply the second half of the book "Remember When" which isn't available on Audible, but would be Book 17.5 in the publisher's weird numbering scheme.

If I had used a book credit for this I would have demanded a refund. So far this novel has cost me $24.99 for the "Remember When" WMA version from Clear Audio Books, and now $7.34 from Audible.

Publishers who mislead their customers in this way are going to regret it in the long run. They are just being greedy.

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By Pagan Picnic on 03-13-10

For Dallas fans, half a book is better than all

I like the In Death books, but I'm not particularly fond of the Roberts genre. So I wasn't looking forward to the first half of Remember When, in which the first half called Hot Rocks is a current day story setting up the back story to Dallas' adventures. I was pleased to find Big Jack available separately.

The book stands on its own, and has plenty of narrative to catch the reader up on events of Hot Rocks. It also contains some great In Death moments, including Peabody's attempts to adapt to plain clothes in her new role as detective.

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By M. Graydon on 05-07-15

Enjoyable

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This book had some continuity flaws. The last book showed Somerset just arriving back from vacation and then this book which was meant to follow on the next day showed him just having left for three weeks which was a little odd still the story was great as usual. I didn't enjoy the narration as much as usual. In the mini books the narrator seems to be off her game somewhat and her depiction of Roarke was a bit wobbly in this book but I still enjoyed it.

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By Parrotfan on 03-28-17

Big Jack

Great story but voices different to the other books. Voices to close in tone. Characters did not sound as they should.

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