Survivor in Death. Eve Dallas and husband Roarke # So shalt thou feed on Death, that feeds on men,. And Death once dead, there's no more dying then. Nora Roberts is the New York Times bestselling author of more than one hundred and fifty novels. Under the pen name J.D. Robb, JD - Eve Dallas 20 - Survivor in Death. Home · Robb, JD - Eve Dallas 20 - Survivor in Death Robb, J D - In Death 23 - Survivor in Death · Read more.

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I was angry at the people that were supposed to look after her view spoiler [ Linnie's parents hide spoiler ] but I understood and it made it much sadder. View all 4 comments.

Feb 09, Tina rated it really liked it Shelves: This is the 20th book in the In Death series. Nine year old Nixie Swisher awakens in the middle of the night to get an orange fizzy. Form her hiding place in the kitchen, Nixie witnesses intruders in her home who methodically and quickly murder her entire family including their housekeeper and her friend Lennie who was staying the night for a sleep over. Eve Dallas gets the call and quickly realizes that this was not a simple B and E.

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But a targeted assassination. But try as she might, Eve can't find a motive. The family was just what they seemed on the surface, a nice loving, normal upper middle class family. And now only Nixie was left and Eve takes her into protective custody because she is sure he killer isn't finished because Nixie is still alive.

After the last book Visions in Death I was thinking Robb had tapped herself dry with this series. I was wrong. She roared back strongly in this installment. From the very first line of the book A late night Orange Fizzy saved Nixie's life you knew you were in for some harrowing moments. The first part of the book is all about waiting for the shoe to drop. But no, her frustration mounts and so does ours.

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Robb likes to mix it up. This time around she leaves us out in the cold completely. You can't even begin to guess the why let alone the who. And in that vein she lets it play out like a pure police procedural. Three major things I loved: It was so neat to see whole gang including Mavis and Trueheart! And I have to love how realistic it is for the cops to simply enjoy hanging at Eve and Roarke's house because of the great food. Simple, yet so true.

Robb didn't make Eve go soft and get all maternal and gooey over Nixie. She and Roarke didn't even consider adopting her. Robb did not temper Eve in the least. Eve's interactions with Nixie were the same she'd have with any other witness except a little panicky because Eve just doesn't do well with children. But I especially love that Eve's language stayed salty. When she tells Nixie that she's going to catch the murderers and "put them in a Goddamn cage.

She repeats it so many times that it becomes funny and poignant at the same time. In the end when Nixie meets the killer and looks him in the eye, the repeats her mantra again, this time with deep satisfaction. I rarely cry at books or movies.

And I've only choked up once in this series when Eve almost lost her badge back in Conspiracy in Death. But the scene at the morgue where Nixie says goodbye to her parents, her brother and her housekeeper was so sad and so well written.

I swear, I bawled like a baby. May 26, Aly is so frigging bored rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 26, Somia rated it liked it.

Summerset pops up in this book more than he does usually, as does the cat. Having Nixie in the house makes it amusingly clear that Roarke and Eve aren't ready for kids yet. View all 13 comments.

Nov 23, Robin rated it it was amazing Shelves: Eve Dallas is called to the Swisher Residence. The family members have been murdered in their beds. The youngest child, Nixie Swisher, is an eyewitness. Eve and her detectives are looking for clues. Why was this family targeted? How was the security breached?

And why will the killers do anything to get their hands on nine year old Nixie? When Eve takes her only witness home with her, Child Protective Services are not happy. But Eve knows the killers will find it nearly impossible to breach t Lt. But Eve knows the killers will find it nearly impossible to breach the security that Roarke has on their home.

This is another excellent addition to the Eve Dallas series. The murders are shocking and the clues are few. As usual, the story takes a backseat to the characters. The interaction between Eve, Roarke and Nixie was first-rate.

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Eve and Roarke have no idea how to handle a nine year old girl, especially one that is grieving for her family. The whole cast of supporting characters make an appearance in this book and help solve the mystery of who killed the Swisher family.

My rating: Apr 26, Reen rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have to say this is my favourite so far. Heartbreaking and intense. Funny and sweet. Eve struggles with the young victim and her circumstances that hit a vulnerable spot for Eve and she turns to Roarke and the rest of her acquired family for support. It's nice to see Eve and Roarke thinking about a child sometime in the future and Eve's reaction to Mavis's kicking tummy is hilarious.

Hopefully Eve will become a little softer around the edges as the series and her character grows.

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Susan Eriksen does an amazing job with the voices in her narration and she even has speech patterns of the children, especially Nixie, down pat. The scene where Nixie says goodbye to her family was heart-wrenching and I have to say brought out a few tears.

On to the next installment Oct 13, Stephanie Jenkins Ortiz Cerrillo rated it it was amazing. This is an outstanding book! A horrific crime that leaves five members of a family slaughtered and a lone nine year old witness that just lost her entire family. A fast paced read that will keep you riveted until the shocking truth is revealed. Mar 25, Caro rated it it was amazing Shelves: A good kick-a book. Packed full to bursting and had me turning pages like a mad person.

I was diggin' the dojo too. Don't see that part of Eve much and I liked it even if it was a small part. Can't A good kick-a book. Can't wait to dig into the next!

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Apr 30, Diane rated it it was amazing. My favourite ID book - love all the emotions in this one, some really good bantering, and the story line is just excellent! If anyone can have a dry eye while reading the part where Nixie is in the morgue, I don't understand you.

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The re-introduction of past characters bodes well with this book and leads one to wonder if they will surface again down the road. Love this book every time I read it. Jul 12, İlkim rated it really liked it Shelves: Just gets better every time! I haven't re-read Survivor for awhile.

Sometimes with re-reads, there is some skim. Not here, not this time. Gearing up for Echoes In Death Jan 10, Felicia rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really enjoyed this installation. The cases with an emotional connection to Eve's past and present are definitely the most addictive to read.

This one had some lovely moments. One of my faves so far for the case solely. I really can't seem to stop with this series. I just get a craving to spend more time with Eve and Roarke, so what is a girl to do??

This one particularly broke my heart. Eve and Roarke are clearly not ready to have children of their own, but seeing them with a child who had gone through so much trauma was kind of important for them. I'm looking forward to see them grow into the idea, which I think will happen more once Mavis has her baby. I was very impressed by this story.

It threw Eve way the heck out of her comfort zone, and forced her to take a good, hard look at motherhood. It was interesting to see her reactions to it, even outside what she had experienced through Mavis.

The characters in this one were very believable, even little Nixie, and the action and pacing were both well timed and brutally swift. What I loved most about this case was that it tied back to an earlier case in the series, specifically the story in Loyalt I was very impressed by this story. What I loved most about this case was that it tied back to an earlier case in the series, specifically the story in Loyalty in Death.

This story tied up a loose thread or two from that one. Quite the enjoyable way to spend a Sunday afternoon! Jan 10, Eve rated it really liked it. Survivor in Death by J.

Robb Series: But the murder, bloody and brutal, of an entire family in their own home, in their own beds, was a different form of evil. The only thing that kept nine-year-old Nixie Swisher from suffering the same fate as her parents, brother, housekeeper, and young sleepover companion was her de Survivor in Death by J.

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The only thing that kept nine-year-old Nixie Swisher from suffering the same fate as her parents, brother, housekeeper, and young sleepover companion was her desire for an illicit orange fizzy at 2 a. The Swishers were a nice family, living on the Upper West Side in a house with an excellent security system.

Ordinary family seemed unlikely victims for this carefully planned and executed crime. Valuables at the scene were left untouched, there was no sign of vandalism -- just the corpses of five people murdered in their sleep In Survivor In Death we get some truly mysterious, cold-blooded and evil bad guys. It was another great addition to In Death series. Julius Survives Close Calls pdf, kb. Julius Blum was 19 when he was deported to Auschwitz and then Mauthausen, enduring hard labor until liberation.

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This risk persists after controlling for age, gender, and health and behavior status. Jul 12, Phrynne rated it it was amazing Shelves: Original Review: What I loved most about this case was that it tied back to an earlier case in the series, specifically the story in Loyalty in Death.

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