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In Praise of J.D. Robb and Her Books

On Origins in Death

‘I hope Ms. Roberts continues to write new stories for this pair for a long time to come … Long live Eve and Roarke!’ – Bella

‘While the series might be set in the future J D Robb is still adept at exploring incidents that can happen at any time. This is a series that gets better and better as it continues. J D Robb has managed to create a series that not only has its legion of fans but also is a combination of futuristic crime fiction and suspense. Certainly worth reading if you like your futuristic crime fiction with a dash of suspense and romance to top it off’ – Shots Magazine

On Innocent in Death

‘This is storytelling at its most professional: solid plots, breezy characterisation, recurring master criminals and a heroine with the right combination of courage, troubled past, romantic inclinations and tough-girl attitude.. This is sheer entertainment, a souped-up version of Agatha Christie for the new millennium, and none the worse for that.’ – Guardian

On Creation in Death

‘Raymond Chandler meets Blade Runner meets Silence of the Lambs. The techno-toys may change, but evil never does.’ – Jonathan Kellerman

On Salvation in Death

‘Curious corpses, tangled twists and one sizzling sleuth.’ – Kathy Reichs

‘Eve Dallas – the NYPD’s tough, smart and sexy lieutenant – leads the reader down mean streets .J.D. Robb gives us another great thriller.’ – Linda Fairstein

Praise for J.D. Robb

‘Great fun’ – Cosmopolitan

‘Gut-searing emotional drama.’ – David Baldacci

‘Anchored by terrific characters, sudden twists that spin the whole narrative on a dime, and a thrills-to-chills ratio that will raise hairs of even the most jaded reader, the J.D. Robb books are the epitome of great popular fiction.’ – Dennis Lehane

‘J.D. Robb’s novels are can’t miss pleasures’ – Harlan Coben

‘Whether she writes as J.D. Robb or under her own name, I love Nora Roberts. She is a woman who just doesn’t know how to tell a bad story. With Eve Dallas – tough as nails and still sexy as hell.’ – Stephen King