Festive in Death (In Death, Book 39) by J. D. Robb

By J. D. Robb

Eve Dallas bargains with a homicide—and the vacation season—in the newest from the number one New York Times bestselling author.

Personal coach Trey Ziegler used to be in top actual . should you didn't count number the kitchen knife in his well-toned chest.
Lieutenant Eve Dallas quickly discovers a lineup of ladies who'd been enjoyed and left through the narcissistic gymnasium rat. whereas Dallas varieties during the record of Ziegler's enemies, she's additionally facing her Christmas procuring list—plus the visitor record for her and her billionaire husband's upcoming vacation bash.
Feeling under festive, Dallas attempts to place apart her distaste for the sufferer and resolve the secret of his demise. there are only a few investigating days left sooner than Christmas, and as New Year's 2061 techniques, this murder cop is resolved to prevent a cold-blooded killer.

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Peo p l e told me he's all you h ave. Joan M rs. Luckerniddle We ll, I 've had nothi n g to eat fo r two d ays. Wo n't you wait till to morrow ? I f you g ive u p yo u r h usband, there 'll be no o n e t o ask about h i m . (MRS. LUCKERNIDDLE is silent) Don't take it. (MRS. LUCKERNIDDLE snatches the food from her hands and starts to eat greedily) Joan M rs. Lucke rniddle He's gone to Frisco. And cel l a rs and sto re ho uses are full of meat w h i c h can't be sold and is g o i n g rotten because nobody takes it away.

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