CREATION IN DEATH is another winner in the Eve Dallas/Roarke series, although it's not one of my personal favorites. This time around, a killer who began his murder spree in New York nine years ago has returned -- same MO, same type of victims, and the same cops, Feeney and Eve, out to catch him.
When the team realizes that the first victim has a connection to Roarke and his buisness dealings, he steps up to help with the investigation. And as more women go missing, it's up to Eve to find the killer, before he grabs his final victim -- Eve herself.
Overall, another good read in the series, but I didn't find it as emotional as some of the past books. There are some really funny parts in the book, though, especially dealing with Mavis and her baby, a scene between Roarke and McNab, and, as always, the somber yet somehow lovable Somerset.
It's Nora Roberts In Death series - there isn't much more than can be said about this one. She's keeping up her reputation. Stephen King wrote "Creation in Death is an authentic page-turner, with Eve Dallas, tough as nails and still sexy as hell - pitted agianst one of the year's creepiest villainns."
Another great story with Eve and Roarke! This one has a good plot and as always reading the characters is like coming home to old friends. Roberts can't write these books fast enough for me!