|Betrayal in Death (2001) [Novel]|
by J. D. Robb
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Series: In Death
(From the publisher):
When Darlene French, a maid at the Roarke Palace Hotel, is brutally beaten, ravished, and strangled with a silver wire, Eve is at a loss to explain the apparently professional nature of the murder. Who would hire a hit man to kill such an ordinary woman As she and her team of detectives (with a little grudgingly accepted help from Roarke, whose money, name, and talents can dig up a wealth of information) investigate the evidence, they find themselves in pursuit of Sylvester Yost, a vicious hired gun who's made millions in his bloody pursuit of career excellence. But it isn't until more victims appear that Eve realizes Yost's real target is Roarke himself. To discover the driving force behind the murderous campaign, Eve and Roarke will have to delve into their own pasts, which holds secrets and terrors for them both.
Original title: Betrayal in Death
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Romantic-Suspense
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