In a near-future New York City, technology and humanity (still) fight for their place in the world, but for NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas, survival depends on instinct. A troubled past haunts her memories, and relationships are casualties of necessity…until she meets and marries a mysterious billionaire who defines the very nature of passion. Working together, Eve and her husband, Roarke, must solve some of the most baffling, gruesome, and dangerous cases the city has ever seen. Despite threats and danger, no one is more determined than Eve to find justice for the dead, even if it kills her.
The 30th book in the In Death series!
Eve Dallas has solved nearly 30 cases for the NYPSD Homicide division in the last few years. In preparation for her 30th case, she noticed some important pieces of evidence were missing. Evidence that would take her back through cases she thought she had closed.
Learn more about the missing evidence and enter for your chance to win a signed copy of the new novel, FANTASY IN DEATH by J. D. Robb. No purchase necessary. Sweepstakes entry period begins February 23rd. Entries must be received no later than March 23, 2010, 11:59:59 PM Eastern Time.
Winners will be selected on or about March 30, 2010. One winner will win the missing evidence for Fantasy in Death, along with a signed copy of the book and a Nora Roberts: Vision in White iPlay game (Total Approximate Retail Value = $220.00). Open to residents of the fifty United States, and the District of Columbia, ages 18 and older. Void where prohibited by law.
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J. D. Robb is the pseudonym of New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts.
In the spring of 1995, J.D. Robb's first book, Naked in Death, appeared on bookshelves with very little fanfare. Robb introduced readers to New York City in the near future, 2058 to be exact, as seen through the eyes of Eve Dallas, a detective with the New York City Police and Safety Department. The Gothic Journal hailed Robb's work as "a unique blend of hard-core police drama, science fiction and passionate romance" while The Paperback Forum called it "a fantastic new detective series."
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