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The predator becomes the prey in the newest thriller in the #1 New York Times bestselling series featuring homicide detective Eve Dallas.…

Homicide cop Eve Dallas and her billionaire husband, Roarke, are building a brand-new school and youth shelter. They know that the hard life can lead kids toward dangerous crossroads…



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20 hours ago

JD Robb

A quick recap of the first half of Remember When in a couple of sentences, and yes that initial investigation was "complicated." 😎 ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

A quick recap of the first half of Remember When in a couple of sentences, and yes that initial investigation was complicated. 😎 ~Laura

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What's complicated about the insurance investigator falling head over heels in love with the suspects daughter and her feeling the same way. The complicated part was dealing with the diamonds.

The book that brought me to you. Read Nora for years but wasn't sure I wanted to read about a future cop. Picked up Remember When in my local library and that was it!

I prefer the Eve Dallas half. It progresses more quickly.

I’ve read both parts a couple times and still look forward to the stories they telling

The whole book was amazing. It was brilliant to get such a good look at the whole story and how everything came about. Another like this would be super πŸ˜‰ xx

It sure was! Loved this cross-over, and how the story continued so many years later with Eve and Roarke.

I loved Remember When. So interesting to have the first part in Nora Roberts' writing style and the second part in JD Robb's. I loved placing these together in one book! And the stories were so well integrated!

Loved both those books. Several rereads and always great!!!!

Reading all of Remember When, not just Big Jack, is definitely worth the time. I loved the love story in Hot Rocks, and it makes Big Jack more fun to read.

One of the first JD books that I read. Before that I read a lot of Nora.

Somehow I missed this one. Just got it from my library. πŸ™‚

That book may have been when I was introduced to Dallas and the ID stories

Lent this to a friend and never got it back , don't lend my JD books any more , couldn't find it any where to replace ,I'm in NZ been to several second hand book store etc told its to old

Loved this one. “Complicated” was the fun part.

I loved the story, and loved how it let to Eve Dallas getting into the story, 50 years later!!! Fantastic follow up!!!!

This was my first introduction to Eve Dallas 😊

Loved both books. Can't get enough of In Death books.

Nora & J D never fail, no matter the time frame! I so love these stories.

Loved this tying in both Nora and JD

This is one of my favorite books.

This one is going to be my next re-read, lol loved it πŸ₯°πŸ€—πŸ˜

The 2 part book was great! You visited the past and that couple's romance, than Eve/Roarke world where Eve was the one who discovered the lost diamonds.

Gosh I’ve read everything, waiting for new!!!

I love this book!

This, was my first❣️ came as a double, with both books in my NR collection. Then I had to order all the earlier books. Before I read this, I was totally NOT going to read any of them....c’mon....droids, flying cars, outer space, future....yuck!! But, hollymolly was I wrong ❀️❀️❀️❀️ Thank youπŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’

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2 days ago

JD Robb

What to do? Just finished Imitation and the next complete book is Divided in Death. But there's also the second half of Remember When (aka Big Jack) to consider. Let me know in the comments which you'd like to talk about next. ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

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I'd love to go over Big Jack. I loved that story (and the first part). xx

Big Jack. I love Divided (it was the first of the series that I read) but Big Jack adds to the story arc. Probably not spend as much time as with a novel.

Love Remember When & Big Jack, they add to the stories and development of characters. I’d love to revisit them!

big jack...really enjoyed this story!

Big Jack. It’s a great read and I count it as a full book.

Oh Big Jack for sure. I usually take a break from the In Death series to get back to romance and love and happy endings.

Big Jack! That was my introduction to the world according to Eve and the In Death series!

Remember when/big Jack, excellent book that joins Nora and J.D in such a good way!

Divided. That one has so many different emotions. Plus it shows Caro’s mother side.

I loved Remember When, both parts.

Remember When...favorite of the entire ID series. Combining a JDR and a NR, with a 50-year mystery is awesome. If you haven’t read RW, you’re missing a great read.

Big Jack was a great addition to the In Death series and my first introduction to the Nora wroting style.

I love Divided !!! we can do Big Jack first though

I'd like to go with Remember When/Big Jack... there's some important and relevant stuff in there!

Remember When and Big Jack were my introduction to the series. I love them.

I love Remember when and Big Jack.

I just started Big Jack!! I forgot how much I love this story and how she put the two together

I LOVE Remember When! It’s a clever way to combine Nora/JD. (I think everything she does is clever tho).

Big Jack.. one of my many favorites ❀

Loved Divided and Big Jack

Seems like we should do Remember when on Nora and then Big Jack on Robb. I'd just as soon go to Divided next. πŸ™‚

Big Jack as it shows some interesting elements of Peabody's development

The very real conflicts in Divided in Death would be thought-provoking.

Love remember when & big Jack! Please do before divided

Unfortunately the list I was working from didn't mention Big Jack so I missed it entirely! πŸ˜₯

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5 days ago

JD Robb

Last Imitation quote and we leave Peabody on a thrilled note. Love how Eve broke the news. And called her on not acing the sims. 😏~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

Last Imitation quote and we leave Peabody on a thrilled note. Love how Eve broke the news.  And called her on not acing the sims. 😏~Laura

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Eve and Peabody have clicked so well. In the beginning Eve had he doubts as a trainer but they learned to become a unit. Eve gave Peabody a nice way to tell her she had passed the exam but Peabody couldn't believe the words.

Peabody, Detective Delia has a great ring to it and what a great way to let her know she'd made the grade <3 xx

I loved it too the way Eve told Peabody she made the grade of Detective.❀️

I loved when she found out. Plus her nerves before the exam.

Congrats Eve style. Love with just a little buttkicking.

I have loved watching their relationship grow; Peabody has such potential and Eve recognized it right away....

Loved Peabody’s reaction. I cried when Eve said that. I love these books.

Eve and Peabody have both grown so much from this friendship/partnership. I love their relationship.

Love how Peabody thought Eve would make her wait and sweat. Gotcha

Another one of my favorite scenes. Eve is such a proud mama in this. ❀

Thank you Nora for these amazing moments she creates for us.

Perfect way for Peabody to find out she made detective! Eve's humor peeks out!

Lamo, love Eve and Peabody!!! I cried was so excited for Delia and the way Eve did it!!

Perfectly Eve way to tell Peabody she made the grade!

Leave it to Eve to tell Peabody of her advancement!

Love Eve and the interaction between her and Peabody..

Peabody’s character has really developed so naturally- the growth and confidence and still the underlying humility

Love how Eve delivers her messages πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

I loved this moment. Such an Eve thing to do!!

I was so happy for Peabody! Love her and Eve!

But I must admit, I hated when Eve told Peabody that she couldn’t be her aide anymore. 😞

It has been great reading how their relationship has grown and loved that scene x

This was fab! Not often i shear a tear when i read but...... πŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’ž

I love how Eve handled this!

I did love that interaction. It made my day. See it in my head, and so Eve.πŸ‘

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6 days ago

JD Robb

I'd say status is the last thing on Eve's list. (Unless, of course, she's ordered to get her commander coffee.) ~Laura ... See MoreSee Less

Id say status is the last thing on Eves list.  (Unless, of course, shes ordered to get her commander coffee.) ~Laura

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Status doesn't matter to Eve, what matters is catching the bad guys and getting justice for the victims. I'd love to have seen her face when her commander asked (told) her to get him coffee πŸ˜€ xx

Even when Eve married Roarke status meant nothing to her and for the most part still does't. She'll dress up for a Roarke event but she will always be who she is and the victims come first. She is learning that she has more than the job now but also that her husband is always there to help her. Whitney only asks for Eve's coffee because he knows it's the best.

To Eve status is the last thing she is interested in. Give her a beer and a ball game and she’s happy.

She is definitely not one who cares about status but if it helps her to find the killer so be it. Love these books sooo much.

love when she finds a few truths about herself 🀣🀣🀣

I am listening to this book now. I do solove when she thumbs her nose at "status". πŸ˜‰

I am always impressed when Eve holds the line, keeps her priorities strong!

Eve lives by the credo that the people she stands for matters more that status, captain bars, making money!

Amen to that! And Laura, I believe coffee is Eve’s kryptonite β˜•οΈπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

I love when Whitney asks her for coffee.

Right as much today as in 2061 I hope.

Her job is her life and she is now learning her identity is something other than her job

I believe Laura hit it on the nose.

Love your books.

Love these books

That sums up Eve in a nutshell.

That's our Eve

Status means nothing to Eve.

Sounds like Eve.

Just love

true enough

Yup. That’s DLE.


Status is not high on the Lts. list she is always looking for justice for her victims.

That was respect for the person, not their status.

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