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Obsession in death

Obsession in death

Robb, J. D., 1950- author

Eve Dallas is used to unwanted attention. Famous for her high-profile cases and her marriage to billionaire businessman Roarke, she has learned to deal with intense public scrutiny and media gossip. But now Eve has become the object of a singular and deadly obsession. She has an "admirer", who just can't stop thinking about her. Who is convinced they have a special bond. Who is planning to kill for her - again and again... With time against her, Eve is forced to participate in a delicate - and dangerous - psychological dance. Because the killer is desperate for something Eve can never provide: approval. And once that becomes clear, Eve knows her own life will be at risk, along with those she cares about the most

Large print, Book. English. Large type books. Mystery fiction.
Large print edition.
Published Oxford: Isis, 2015
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Statement of responsibility: J. D. Robb
ISBN: 1785411128, 9781785411120
Intended audience: Adult
Physical Description: ca 480 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.
Series: In Death ; 40; Isis Hardcover
Subject: Murders Fiction.; Policewomen New York (State) New York Fiction.; Obsessive compulsive disorder Fiction.; Personal trainers Crimes against Fiction.; Dallas, Eve (Fictitious character) Fiction.; Murder Investigation Fiction.

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Eve Dallas is used to unwanted attention. Famous for her high-profile cases and her marriage to billionaire businessman Roarke, she has learned to deal with intense public scrutiny and media gossip. But now Eve has become the object of a singular and deadly obsession. She has an "admirer", who just can't stop thinking about her. Who is convinced they have a special bond. Who is planning to kill for her - again and again... With time against her, Eve is forced to participate in a delicate - and dangerous - psychological dance. Because the killer is desperate for something Eve can never provide: approval. And once that becomes clear, Eve knows her own life will be at risk, along with those she cares about the most.