‘We’ve got a corpse that looks like one of the investigators, a houseful of Hollywood and a media machine that’s going to eat it like gooey chocolate.’
Lieutenant Eve Dallas is panicking – and she’s not at a crime scene. Forced to attend a celeb-packed party for a new movie based on her most famous case, she is surrounded by actors who look like everyone in her life. Then brutal reality crashes through the sparkly facade.
There’s been a murder.
The obnoxious actress playing Eve’s partner, Peabody, has been found face down in the rooftop pool. It’s hard to find anyone who didn’t have a motive for killing her, but Eve must fight to keep a clear head and stop a calculated killer.
‘Robb gives us another great thriller’ Linda Fairstein
Fans of the series will not be disappointed . . . Celebrity in Death is a riveting read. J.D. Robb manages to pack a wallop into nearly every single page. It is compelling, compulsive and utterly impossible to put down