Rapture in Death - J.D. Robb, Susan Ericksen It was nice to see Eve sort of accept her need for Roarke. I mean at the end, when she was scrambling for him, thought the worst, I dunno. It just felt kind of like another wall came down.

This was the typical mystery to solve. I thought it was great that Eve sort of stuck it out and was able to connect all the suicides. It was sort of a lucky break that her ME noticed the brain anomaly. I was pretty sure, when an arrest was made, that she didn't really have her perp, and I wondered about the person who was ultimately guilty.

But it was an interesting story. Kept me wondering what would happen next.