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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Bestseller Robb's subpar 42nd novel set in a near-future New York (after 's Devoted in Death) finds Eve's friend. PDF - Brotherhood in Death. Dennis Mira just had two unpleasant surprises. First he learned that his cousin Edward was secretly meeting with a real estate. Brotherhood in Death book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Dennis Mira just had two unpleasant surprises. First he lea.
How to Download Follow Twitter. Dennis Mira just had two unpleasant surprises. Then, when he went to the house to confront Edward about it, he got a blunt object to the back of the head. When the two arrive on the scene, he explains that the last thing he saw was Edward in a chair, bruised and bloody. When he came to, his cousin was gone.
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I will warn you now I am going to gush from now until the last line of this post, because ladies and gentlemen, J. Robb is back in business! But then comes Brotherhood in Death and all those doubts get thrown out the window. First of all, those jokes? Well, in Brotherhood in Death, you see it clearly, almost as if the author had been aware of this growing skepticism.
While Dallas may not have been putting it on in the beginning, some of it she does on purpose now. Not to be sly or to make the joke flat, but because she knows that sharing these thoughts that she might otherwise have kept to herself makes the people she loves laugh or helps ease tension, she lets the silliness loose.
Charlotte Mira. I will say this, though: There are moments so sweet I worried that people would see the goofy expression on my face, and moments so raw I had to reach for a Kleenex. Interspersed with these was humor that had me grinning, and I hit the last page with just a general sense of rightness with the world that you get when close friends have everything going for them and want to share their happiness with you.
I always read the latest "In Death" book as soon as it arrives. I enjoyed this book because it had been a while since visiting Dallas, Lt.
However, this book provided very disturbing criminals this time - both the murderers and the homicide victims. This was a very dark and explicit book in that regard. Some of it seemed very over the top and did not advance the plot. The same points could have been made in a far less explicit manner.
It was hard to read. Was pleased to see more about the Miras, especially Dennis Mira. No glimpses of Mavis and Leonardo was surprising, not to mention Louise and Charles. Even Nadine does not make much more than a cameo. Given the high profile victims, that is really out of character. At least Trueheart, Baxter and Yancy make appearances. Even Summerset seemed less vivid. Overall, this story missed a bit of what makes an "In Death" book a winner. I really love these books, this series, and can't wait for the next as they come out.
They are, at times, funny and weird and disturbing in turns. The last because of what the killers end up doing to the victims. Although this time the victims aren't as apparent as one might assume at the first glance. The funniest part of this book, funnier than anything I've quite run across while reading this series yet, came a quarter of the way through while Eve was talking to Peabody about birthday presents for Bella.
A dollhouse was mentioned and then Eve came out with such a bizarre scenario involving dolls and what they might do when no one was looking.
It made me laugh so long and hard that my eyes watered from it. And the theme continued later during the investigation into one of the victims. It was such a riot, especially when Peabody started getting nervous about the dolls too. While that was laugh out loud funny, however, the best moments in the book came from where Eve got flashbacks from her own early years while investigating the homicides and either Dennis Mira or Roarke helped her through the episodes.
The love they both felt for her in their own ways came off the pages and made me feel it too. And it didn't come across as fake or rushed either. Evoking those feelings, I think, are the biggest draw for me since it's rare you can get such emotions from simply reading words written on a page. So, for that alone, I'm giving a big shout-out to Nora Roberts for such lovely prose, showing us through these stories what love can do and should always be about.
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Vanity Fair. Can definitely see the attraction Eve has for this man and not in a sexual way. The wealthy and privileged take center stage in the main plot - and don't you just love to hate that bunch! Some very good bantering goes on throughout the book between Eve and Peabody - love those times.
And yes, I found I am so glad that I took my time reading this book. Seriously, are there no competent editors out there!!!! Highly recommend this book to those that love the In Death series and to those who haven't read the books yet, why haven't you! Oct 09, Venus Blancia rated it it was amazing Shelves: Brotherhood in Death is another emotional come back for Eve's character development as New York's finest cop, a friend, and a wife. This series installment focuses on the death of Edward Mira, the cousin of Dennis Mira whom the latter serves as the factor of all emotional indiscretions for Eve to focus on the crime rather than on her emotional battle to protecting her loved ones.
What I like about this book is the so much concern of Roarke as Eve faced a well-conflicted personal crime of her pas Brotherhood in Death is another emotional come back for Eve's character development as New York's finest cop, a friend, and a wife. What I like about this book is the so much concern of Roarke as Eve faced a well-conflicted personal crime of her past. I'm glad I'm back to my 5-star ratings as I am near to keeping pace reading this series. Apprentice in Death, here I come.
While still present, the case brought about more emotional and touching scenes than ever. I loved Dennis Mira here. He's a great father figure to Eve. And Roarke, as always, is the best! Originally posted at SmexyBooks- http: Favorite Quote: Dennis Mira, is the only witness to the crime. Left with a concussion and a sense of forbidding, Dr. Mira calls his wife for help. Charlotte Mira, and good friends with Lieutenant Eve Dallas.
When Eve and Charlotte arrive, Dennis tells them he saw his cousin beaten and sitting in a chair but was hit from behind and now his cousin is gone. What starts out as a random abduction soon turns into something more insidious when the senator is found dead and tortured.
Eve uses her badge and wealth to open closed doors, determined to shine a light on the private lives of the elite and powerful, only to discover a series of crimes so heinous that the lines between victim and killer blur. Brotherhood in Death is the 42nd installment in J.
Set in the year , a hard as nails lieutenant brings criminals to justice with some help from her billionaire husband and the NYSPD. Strong writing, well-plotted mysteries, intriguing subplots, and continuous characterization helps to keep the world fresh but comforting. Though there is a certain predictable quality to the story, the show us different angles used in police investigation. Humor and some lighthearted moments walk hand in hand with the more emotional scenes, giving readers the time to come to terms with the darker aspects of the story.
Though riddled with police procedurals and investigative terms, Robb writes with an easy hand, allowing those unfamiliar with either of these aspects to follow along.
Eve is on her way home early for once when she receives a frantic call from her friend and department resident shrink, Dr. Charlotte Mira, begging her to come to an unknown address. Her husband, Dennis Mira, has been hurt and a family member is missing. Eve rushes over to learn that Mr. Mira was knocked unconscious and his cousin, the powerful ex-senator Edward Mira, has been abducted.
I have noticed this series becoming progressively darker as Robb moves from futuristic based crimes into more personal timeless ones. I want to note that this particular storyline is sexually dark and may be a trigger for some. Per usual, the storyline revolves around watching how Eve and her team using their myriad of skills and know how to solve the case.
I did feel this one started off a bit slow in the beginning. I felt more time was spent listening to Eve investigate then actually seeing her in action. There was also some oddness to the dialogue in the beginning. It seemed to struggle to find a comfortable flow. The pacing and dialogue both pick up just before the halfway point and Eve begins to make inroads into the investigation and the pieces start to form a picture. As the nature of the crime s speak personally to Eve, we see the connections made and the flashbacks that plague Eve as she struggles to remain objective.
We also see her dismay that two people she whom she sees as friends and pseudo parent figures are hurt by this case. Dennis Mira has always been an important secondary character and I enjoyed Robb taking the time to peel back his layers to show us what lies behind his normally affordable personality. Familiar faces along with some new ones provide entertainment, outrage, and some sorrow tinged moments. Eve continues to loosen up in the workplace and love her ability to joke with her squad.
They have her back and she finally believes it. Readers will love seeing Eve and Roarke as they continue to grow in their lives together. Steamy love scenes, romantic declarations of love, and just enough fire out of the bed or the shower, the elevator, etc… tells a beautiful tale of triumph over tragedy. One scene in particular sets the stage for some changes in their home, telling us that they are ready to move onto another chapter in their life together.
Brotherhood in Death is another welcomed addition to the series, giving readers an engagingly layered mystery to help solve and a dynamic couple whose love affair continues to capture our attention even 42 books in. Sep 10, Jen rated it it was amazing Shelves: Eve and Roarke Loved this one.
Well let me tell you, Brotherhood in Death is one of the best so far. This is a very good thing because the previous book, Devoted in Death, was kind of boring. But then I guess the one before that, Obsession in Death, was pretty freaking awesome. Maybe even NR has an off day?? Brotherhood in Death is book 42 in this series and it is pretty fantastic. The plot involves one of the se Eve and Roarke Loved this one.
Plus, it involves Dennis Mira who is a complete sweetheart and dreamboat. Robb writes him so well that you just want to hug the book to yourself and sigh over him. He sees Edward in a chair, beaten and bloody, and then he is wacked over the head. When he wakes up Edward is gone as is all evidence of what was happening. He immediately calls his wife, Dr.
Mira, and asks her to bring Eve. Even though there is no murder, yet, Eve takes the case because it is Dennis. What follows is a mystery that will have you doubting whether you want the murderers caught and doubting what justice really is.
The mystery will pull Eve back to her past and have her dealing with her childhood rape. It will bring up things she has long wanted to put behind her. But what it will also do is bring her closer to so many people. She has a special moment with Peabody. And the times between her and Roarke…. Brotherhood in Death shows us how far they have come and how perfect they are for each other. Two things that also stood out in this book were the humor and one particular sex scene.
The humor…. I laughed out loud so many times while reading this book.
I think it has come to the point where Eve purposefully mangle certain phrases just to see how people react. It makes me laugh when she does it.
And my quote up above, well they whole scene where Peabody and Eve are talking about penis is hysterical. And the sex scene. Well, here was about as close as I have seen them since that book way back when that group was trying to brainwash them with music. Roarke does something sweet for Eve, she takes it wrong, they argue and then make up by having sex on her home office desk.
It was almost dirty like I wanted it to be! Overall, this book was really good. Robb managed to give us another fresh, interesting, captivating installment to a long running series. I dread the day she ever runs out of these diabolic plots because I will truly miss these characters and everything about the books.
Feb 03, Cathryn Chandler rated it it was ok Shelves: I love this series—and there is no doubt that Nora Roberts is my favorite writer. Having said that—I thought there were some issues with the plot and the characters, and maybe a break-through moment for me. Even in a lot of the 4 and 5 star reviews on Amazon, there are questions about what is wrong with the characters.
For me, the series was humming along and then suddenly, with no warning, the characters became unrecognizable, or completely absent—almost like the story came from a different author. Then for the next few books it waffled along, and the last one in the series, it seemed to be getting back on track—and then along came Brotherhood in Death. For the first time I can remember, a specific building in NYC is mentioned: And apparently in they still spray something to find out if it is blood on the carpet and carry flashlights.
Actually, the feeling of the police procedurals seemed to be like a CSI show of today in a number of respects. So for a plot that hung together and solid writing, it deserves a three. But—there were some big scene missteps—including Eve tipping off a suspect who then takes off… not very Eve-like at all…. Then there was the very odd, multiple moments of Eve pouring out an emotional outburst about her past and how the case is affecting her, to Roarke, to Peabody, to Mr.
Mira… and one of the scenes was pretty lengthy and did absolutely nothing to advance the plot of the book. For those reasons—I dropped the rating to 2 stars. The break-through moment? There was a pretty big and obvious clue at the end of the book that whether or not we all like it, this series is going to be changing.
Every author has the right to change the direction, tone or just about anything else about one of their series. I want to remember it the way it was—and wish it well on its new direction.
Nora Roberts is still my favorite author. Nov 30, Katie babs rated it really liked it. Brotherhood in Death is another great installment of this long running series by JD Robb. This case really grabs you by the throat, bringing forth many emotions, mainly from Eve because of her traumatic past, and how she stands by her badge to bring down those breaking t Brotherhood in Death is another great installment of this long running series by JD Robb.
This case really grabs you by the throat, bringing forth many emotions, mainly from Eve because of her traumatic past, and how she stands by her badge to bring down those breaking the law, even if the victims are horrible people. When Dennis enters the house, he hears voices, and sees his cousin beaten up and tied to a chair. Something or someone knocks Dennis out, and when he wakes up, Edward is missing.
Charlotte calls Eve for help. Eve and her loyal partner, Peabody investigate. At first it looks like Edward, a former high ranking senator may have been kidnapped. But then his body is found back at the brownstone a few days later. This brotherhood used and abused women in the worst way.
Eve must find the killers before they strike again, even though she has some sympathy because of her own rape and assault at the hands of her father when she was a child. She knows all about vengeance and killing, not just because of her job, but how she ended up killing her father to save her life.
Brotherhood in Death has everything a fan of police procedural thrillers could want. Long time fans of this series will eat this one up. He wants her to move ahead, meaning give up things she had before she met him, and welcome anew, showing they are a unit and all they need is each other. Eve snarls, Roarke gets his snooty Irish on over the issue, but the outcome is great, especially when it comes to hot makeup desk sex. The writing is crisp and engaging.
The subject material is dark, which seems to be more the case with each book. But in the end, you know Eve will catch her perps, and go home with Roarke and their pudgy cat, living out another HEA until the next book.
Kudos for this one! Jan 27, Heidi rated it really liked it.
Four stars: An engaging and suspenseful thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Lieutenant Eve Dallas heads out into the crisp winter air, ready to go home and relax with her husband. Charlotte's husband, Dennis, was attacked at his grandparents home, and his cousin, Edward Mira is now missing. Eve drops all her plans, and tackles the case.
Unfortunately, she has no idea h Four stars: Unfortunately, she has no idea how dark and twisted this case will become, and that it will force her to examine her troublesome past. Will Eve get to the bottom of the abduction? What I Liked: Robb Nora Roberts but I was hesitant to pick up a book in her In Death Series as the series is now forty two books out.
However, I took a chance when I learned that each book is a complete story, and that you can jump in and read at any time. Once I took the plunge, I was wondering why I haven't read this author sooner. Brotherhood in Death delivered a fast paced, suspenseful and entertaining story that kept me engaged until the final pages.
I closed the book eager for more. If you are like me and have long wanted to try this author and series, grab a book and do it. You don't have to start at the beginning. I had fun exploring Robb's futuristic world, and I thought the world building was well done.
The story itself is a murder mystery. I loved watching Eve Dallas work the case, especially when it came to getting inside the suspects head. She has a knack for being able to determine who is lying. I liked seeing her put together the clues and unravel the mystery. There was plenty of suspense and danger as well. There is murder, torture and rape. Even though the story takes on some disturbing issues, I appreciated that the author didn't go too dark by providing excessive gruesome details.
She covers what you need to know. I never felt like her descriptions were over the top. Yes, I know I am picking up a book in a series that is long running and established, but I still had no trouble diving into this world and getting to know the characters.
I liked Eve and the rest of the gang, and now I want to go back and get to know them better, especially when it comes to the romance between Eve and Roarke.
I also want to know more about her creepy butler. Roarke is Eve's rock, and he stands by her as she relives some of her past trauma.. There is also a fun scene where they argue over remodeling her office, followed by passionate sex. I liked that the sex scenes were well written without getting too down and dirty.
Just the right amount of heat. I liked that everything was concluded, no cliffhangers or dangling threads. And The Not So Much: I thought the world building was well done, and for the most part, I didn't have any issues. The only complaint I had was that there were lots of abbreviations that the police used, and I wasn't sure as to what they all meant. I needed it spelled out for me. Eve nails down her suspects rather early on, and it was just a matter of catching up with them.
I was hoping for a bit more excitement. I would have liked a bit more after the dust settled, especially when it came to what happened to the women who were raped.
Even though the author refrains from excessive gory details, it isn't for light reading. There is murder, torture, incest and rape. Brotherhood in Death was an exciting and engaging read that hooked me right away. I enjoyed getting to know the characters and exploring the world. The murder mystery was well executed, and I liked watching Eve piece together the mystery. All in all, I enjoyed my first foray with Robb, and I guarantee this won't be my last.
I am eager to go back to the beginning of this long running series so I can experience it all for myself. It is easy to see why this series is still going strong after twenty years and forty two books. If you are a fan, you will enjoy this latest installment, and if you are a newbie like me, take a chance. I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
All opinions are my own, and I was not compensated for this review.