New York to Dallas

New York to Dallas

Book - 2011
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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. The other is to get revenge on the woman who stopped him all those years ago.
Publisher: New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, [2011]
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9780399157783
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 402 pages ; 24 cm.


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Oct 16, 2018

Really enjoyed this book. One of my favourites in the In Death series.

triptophan Dec 24, 2014

The characters are boring in this JD Robb novel. Nora Roberts who wrote this book, takes Eve Dallas and makes her not find the killer fast enough even though she knows who it is. This book stinks!!!! I only read up until page 89 until I gave up. What's the point if the detective is smarter than the rest of the people she works with? I hope the other Eve Dallas books are better than FROM New York To Dallas. Don't read this one!

Jun 13, 2013

i like this series but it got really long- alot of unnecessary dialogue

Sep 02, 2012

Five stars. Have paperbacks of ALL the Eve and Rourke books. Have enjoyed very much the growth of the relationship of these two, as well as the supporting cast right through the series. A must read for those who enjoy an ongoing love story with some tasteful sex along with homicide cases. Although Roberts aka JD Robb has stated that this series will end when Eve becomes pregnant, I really hope this is not the case, it would open up the story with I am sure some very, very amusing times to go along with the often brutally bloody scenes that Eve and Peabody investigate. Long may this series continue.

Jun 20, 2012

masterful, truly masterful. A great addition to an amazing series, I don't know how she does this in book after book after book without a clunker. More of a psychological thriller than prior stories and certainly quite disturbing. In "New York to Dallas" (the city), our amazing author author adds to the already complex character development of our protagonist Dallas (the character), what drives her and especially what haunts her by forcing her back to the city and her terrifying childhood. Be advised in this book, the bad guy is a child molester.

lindakettle Mar 05, 2012

DEATH IN DALLAS should be the title. A murderer from Eve's past escapes prison and decides to take Eve on. He is assisted by an older woman whom Eve finds vaguely familiar. The trail takes them to Dallas. REVIEW: Excellent DEATH IN book. I feared it would be all psychological but it was a fulfilling DEATH IN title. A bit unrealistic in the way Eve takes charge although from out of state and in the presence of feds. Not about Dallas' father this time. Excellent read.

Jan 06, 2012

I've actually been waiting for this confrontation. Lets see where they go from here

Dec 30, 2011

Excellent read, disturbing in some parts however very well writen. JD Robbs best yet, in my opinion.

gitrdoneprincess Dec 06, 2011

I love this book, but I do miss the usual characters. Almost got hit in the stomach with a surprise character. I absolutely love this series and still trying to read all the ones I have missed. I am so glad I found this series and will continue to read it.

Nov 19, 2011

Fabulous book. Read so long I can't see straight. Finally finished. It is one that once you start reading you can't put it down. Enjoy!,,,,

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Mar 24, 2020


Eve Dallas a rookie N.Y. cop putsa pedophile and murderer in jail. Twelve yrs. later he escapes and is seeking revenge on Eve(who is now a homicide lieutenant) He finds her in Dallas, Texas where she has secrets of her own. At eight yrs old she killed her abuser. As they seek each other her secrets are about to be revealed.


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