When a good cop goes wrong it makes every cop look bad; but when a precinct seemingly takes a wrong turn>
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When Eve is called to the scene of the malicious murder and beating of a bartender. But no one is more shocked than she to find his badge as she moved the body. Kohli seems to be good guy. He works two jobs so his wife can stay at home with the kids. He calls her on his breaks. He flirts with no one – not even the strippers.
Yet there are those solid main steam qualities that make you wonder. He puts in his time and leaves. He does the job adequately and accurately yet there is nothing extra. Is he just that kind of guy or is he hiding something?
Eve thinks Kohli’s just that kind of guy, until Webster from IAB, the Internal Affairs division that sniffs out the bad ones, sticks his nose in and tells her not to look to hard. Ha! Eve not look hard? Yet, is this misdirection or does he still have a thing for Eve? What’s Roarke going to say?
I love this book. I read it for the first time last December and thus had a bit of trouble getting back into it when I saw it was up next in the ‘In Death Challenge’. Now, I can’t believe that I waited! I love Eve! I love Peabody! and who can say enough about Roarke?
This segment of the In Death series really seems to showcase Eve instead of her relationships with those around her. She remembers new and frightening things about her past. She really manages to push Roarke to the end of his limit several times – but they have been married for a while now & it’s okay to bicker. Her relationships with Mira and Nadine seem to be much easier for her now.
What I didn’t like? Nothing. It’s a favorite of mine.
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