New York to Dallas

New York to Dallas Twelve years ago Eve Dallas was just a rookie NY cop when her instincts led her to the apartment of Isaac McQueen a man she discovered to be a sick murderer and pedophile who was keeping young girl

  • Title: New York to Dallas
  • Author: J.D. Robb Susan Ericksen
  • ISBN: 9781441836311
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Twelve years ago, Eve Dallas was just a rookie NY cop when her instincts led her to the apartment of Isaac McQueen, a man she discovered to be a sick murderer and pedophile, who was keeping young girls in cages Now a homicide Lieutenant, Eve is one of the most distinguished officers in the city and then she learns that McQueen has escaped from jail Bent on revenge againsTwelve years ago, Eve Dallas was just a rookie NY cop when her instincts led her to the apartment of Isaac McQueen, a man she discovered to be a sick murderer and pedophile, who was keeping young girls in cages Now a homicide Lieutenant, Eve is one of the most distinguished officers in the city and then she learns that McQueen has escaped from jail Bent on revenge against Eve and with a need to punish bad girls McQueen heads to Dallas, Texas the place where Eve was found as a child, the place where she killed her own abusive monster when she was only eight years old With Eve and Roarke in pursuit of McQueen, everything is on the line and secrets from Eve s past are about to be shockingly revealed.An unabridged recording on 12 CDs 13 hours, 54 minutes.

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    2 thoughts on “New York to Dallas

    1. J.D Robb is the author of the 1 New York Times bestselling In Death series and the pseudonym for 1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts The futuristic suspense series stars Eve Dallas, a New York City police lieutenant with a dark past Initially conceived as a trilogy, readers clad for of Eve and the mysterious Roarke Secrets in Death, on sale September 2017, is the 45th entry in the series.

    2. I rarely buy "real books" since I got my kindle/iPad. Granted, if there is a favourite, I will try my best to purchase it. Especially a hardcover version. I found New York to Dallas in a second hand store this summer and paid over my $6 for it. I nearly cried when I left behind about 20 other hardcover JD ROBB books but I had no room in my luggage for any more. (If you happen to be visiting Bandon, OR, check out Kimberly's Book Nook. It is a treasure trove of books.)I was a little wary starting [...]

    3. This was one of the most emotional books of the series. Eve has to go back to Dallas - the place where she was found as a broken, beaten child - to confront a serial killer who has a vendetta against her. It was a tough road for her, but there were also plenty of diversions to keep the story from being too depression-inducing. The best of the diversionary tactics was Eve's complete annoyance with the "Southern Hospitality" that is so common in Texas. “How's it going down there?""It's weird. Th [...]

    4. Book #33 and still going strong!! I LOVED this one! First of all, I should know better than to start an Eve and Roarke book when I have work in RL to do!! Nothing ends up existing when I become captivated by one of JD Robb's masterpieces. This installment ended being one of the very best of the series. I was kind of worried about this one as I knew that Eve would probably be going to Dallas to solve a case instead of her home town of New York. The thing isr Eve; Dallas has memories for Eved they [...]

    5. If I could give it 10 stars I would. I LOVED EVERY FUCKING MINUTE OF THIS BOOK!!Every word.Every moment. Every tear. One of the best in the series. I just love Eve. ❤️

    6. I'm still mulling over my thoughts about this book. I enjoyed it, as I often enjoy these books, but one thought that I can't shake, now that I'm done, is the idea that this series is going to have to draw to a conclusion now. A lot of the large, overarching story threads that have been interwoven are being given answers, and I feel that, as far as the interpersonal/relationship conflicts go, not just with Eve and Roarke, but the secondary characters as well, that these have all been pretty well [...]

    7. I ALMOST gave this 5 stars, but the sheer coincidence of the character TWIST was enough for 4 1/2. Nonetheless this was a REALLY REALLY good book:1) Creepy bad guy2) Lots of character stakes3) Overall plot forward-pushing.Thumbs up! It's so amazing that after 33 books you can still really CARE about how the characters interact with one another, whether they succeed or not. THis one had a TON of tension, the most in quite a while in the series. Yes, we've seen a lot of this past trauma touched on [...]

    8. New York to Dallas is the 33rd book in J.D. Robb’s immensely popular futuristic series that shows what happens after the HEA ends with the main couple who end up married. Eve Dallas and Roarke is one of my all favorite romantic couples. Roarke is my favorite hero hands down, regardless of him being way too perfect for words. After so many books with these two, I feel as if they’re old friends I can turn to for comfort. Also I love how the series takes place in New York City and forty years i [...]

    9. I am not going to go into the story but just say a few things about the series, it has become really predictable not that, that is bad but I would like to see Eve evolve.Things there in all books:Eve getting so into a case, that she doesn't eat, sleep and acts like a boor and has dreams about her past mixed up with the victims, as usual Roarke is there, feeding her and forcing her to look after herself, even siccing Mira on her when needed. We have the customary fight for no reason when Even tri [...]

    10. FANGIRLING ALERT *sorry not sorry*One the BEST installments in this series. SERIOUSLY. My emotions is all over the damn place. I raged, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. I absolutely LOVE Roarke and Eve. One of the best couples I've ever read and I've read plenty. Anyhoo, an old adversary of Eve is back wanting revenge. He is a sick f*ck. A predatory and violent pedophile, a narcissist with the ability to assume numerous personas. Eve has to go back to Dallas and confront her sickening pas [...]

    11. Wow!!This one a heavy one, five - gut wrenching - stars!We knew the tragedy of Eve's childhood and now she have to face it again head on.Did you see Roarke reactions to everything what happened to Eve?Well after all her miserable childhood life, Eve totally deserved Roarke!!Simply the best in the series so far!Note, this is a very emotional read, the audio version is better with this one, the meeting scene in Dallas when Eve lead it is absolutely awesome!:)

    12. 5+ stars - Futuristic/Romantic Suspense/Mystery/Crime/Science Fiction/Romantic Thriller“Eve.” He waited a beat. “I once stood in a field in Ireland, alone, a little lost, and wishing for you more than I wished for my next breath. And you came, though I never asked you, you came because you knew I needed you. We don’t always do what’s right, what’s good. Not even for each other. But when it counts, down to the core of it, I believe we do exactly that. What’s right and good for each [...]

    13. What's amazing in this series is the fact the even if the story is a very heartwrenching one, like here, there're cleverly inserted humorous moments that make it bearable!Here Eve must confront her horrible past in the very city she's named for and where everything strated. But, Roarke is there for her now!”“Oh thank you, Jesus.""It's Roarke." He tapped a finger on Eve's head. "You really shouldn't forget your own husband's name.”----------------------------------------------------“How w [...]

    14. I can't say enough good about this book on so many levels. J.D. Robb really outdid herself - 2 books in a row!The first time I read this book, I actually thought - Okay, this could very well be the end of the series because it wraps everything up quite nicely. But then I thought, No, there will always be serial killers, stuff that blows up, devious minds, and twisted stories!This is right up there in my all time favourites of this series - love, love, love this book. Meeting Eve's mother, as hor [...]

    15. This was one of my favorite books of the In Death series. Why? It's the culmination of everything Eve and Roarke have done in their relationship up to this point. With tender moments, agonizing soul searching (well as much as Eve and Roarke can agonize), and a vulnerability that express why and how these two love each other; combined with the crime procedural we've come to expect in an In Death book; J.D. Robb masterfully gives us the exact right blend of both the inner workings of a loving comm [...]

    16. Talk about jumping into the deep end of the pool! This was my first Eve Dallas book and I opted for the audiobook. (I know, I know. It was a crazy place to start a series) I don't know if it was the ardent delivery of the narrator that alienated me from Lieutenant Dallas - I do love a good strong female lead - but I felt like maybe she was a bit too strong. Untouchable. Unrelatable. And ultimately I think I ended up feeling sorry for her husband and her therapist/profiler Dr. Mira - that they we [...]

    17. Wow, just wow! What an intense, emotional and at times gut-wrenching rollercoaster! And I loved it all - because I knew the good guys would win in the end. Loved the relationship between Roarke and Eve, always, but especially in this one - you could feel the depth of their love. I was relieved and happy with the lighthearted ending after that ride!Susan Ericksen's narration really brought this story to life. She is always wonderful and this audio just reinforced my opinion!

    18. Awaiting the new In Death due out in February. Discovered this one had passed me by. It's excellent. It moves Eve out of her comfort zone, and awakens some demons from her childhood.Recommended

    19. I love the books where Eve really has to struggle with something because it means Roarke gets to go all alpha and knock some sense into her. I love all the books, what am I saying?But even though I loved this one just as much as the next, the shortening of "analysis" to "anal" drove me up the fucking wall. It doesn't matter that I know what they're referring to - every time I see "anal", I think ANAL. Like, legit anal. So for my own shits and giggles Here are some quotes:“Our probability scans [...]

    20. The 41st Novel of the series In Death (including anthologies), the only one that doesn’t have those words in the title, is as expected great. An escapee pedophile and murderer that 12 years ago, rookie officer Dallas of the NYPD had brought him in, is now going after revenge against her. The similarities with her abusive past and this case is bringing out feelings and memories that had been buried all this time and that she has been fighting to overcome. All through the previous books she lear [...]

    21. It is interesting that JD Robb decided to title this one so differently from the rest of the In Death books. After reading it I can totally get on board with the name change because it felt a little out of step with the others. I felt a lot like Eve did while reading this book. She wasn't in her familiar place, with her familiar people doing her familiar things. She had to set up her board in a Dallas hotel room, she could only intermittently connect with her regular posse. The Dallas E-detectiv [...]

    22. Well folks, another installment (the 33rd!) of the In Death series, New York to Dallas, by J.D. Robb is going to be released next week. If you’ve followed my blog for any decent amount of time, you know I am an obsessive fan of the series. This one is no exception! It definitely takes things a little bit off the beaten path…Eve, Roarke and the posse all start out in the futuristic NYC as usual…then an old case – Eve’s first case – comes back to haunt her in a big way. Dude breaks out [...]

    23. New York to Dallas was by far one of the most emotional & intense of the In Death series! In this book, Eve is trying to catch a serial sadistic rapist who broke out of prison. In Eve's pursuit of Isaac McQueen (the rapist), Eve and Roarke must travel to Dallas, TX, which is the city that holds a lot of memories regarding Eve's broken childhood. My heart hurt for Eve as she had to deal with horrific aspects of the case involving McQueen as well as her having to come to terms with her past. I [...]

    24. Oh, my, gosh! I literally could not put this book down! It was amazing! It kept me on the edge of my seat and had me running the spectrum of emotions! I loved that we got so much resolution in this book, even though that resolution led to more issues for Eve herself. I loved how far this book pushed Eve out of her comfort zone, and showed the dichotomy between her homicide teams and other teams in the Police fraternity. The bonds of Eve's relationship with Roarke were also tested here, and I bel [...]

    25. Well, I think this is one of my least favourites in this series.Not only is it difficult to read from a content perspective, but for me the strength of this series has always been the secondary cast. I mean, Eve and Roarke are great, but on their own, they're not the draw. The sum of the parts works. Eve works in New York. Plunking Eve and Roarke in Dallas was less than ideal. I have no interest in a whole new cast of secondary characters. I like the ones we have, thanks.And, given that this was [...]

    26. Thirty-third in the In Death futuristic suspense series revolving around Lieutenant Eve Dallas and her mega-billionaire, hunky husband, Roarke.In 2012, New York to Dallas won the RITA Award by Romance Writers of America for Best Romantic Suspense and the Audie Award for Romance.My TakeKind of weird as Dallas spends almost the entire story in Dallas, Texas, pursuing the bad guy. And Roarke sure isn't experiencing a picnic with all the dirty looks and nasty comments he's getting from the Dallas PD [...]

    27. Blue Ribbon Rating: 5 out of 5Original Review LinkIn the mid-twenty-first century, NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas is facing possibly her worst nemesis yet: paperwork. Just as Eve finds herself wishing for a murder that would spring her from paperwork hell, something worse comes along.Isaac McQueen – a violent pedophile Eve took down not long after she became a police officer – has escaped prison. McQueen seems more than eager to get back to raping and torturing young girls, but he’s added an [...]

    28. The number-one New York Times-bestselling author J. D. Robb presents an intense and terrifying new case for New York homicide cop Eve Dallas, one that will take her all the way to the city that gave her her name-and plunge her into the nightmares of her childhood.When a monster named Isaac McQueen-taken down by Eve back in her uniform days-escapes from Rikers, he has two things in mind. One is to pick up where he left off, abducting young victims and leaving them scarred in both mind and body. T [...]

    29. No wonder this had been awarded the RITA awards for mystery -suspense and romance in 2012. This installment has left me and Eve all through out the story like this.[insert all the cathartic gifs]

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