“Strangers in Death” by J.D. Robb
2008, G.P. Putnam’s Sons
It’s easy to pick up books in the library if you zoom right in on a favorite writer. J.D. Robb is Nora Roberts, but, as J.D. Robb she’s writing futuristic detective stories and the person who is the focal point of all of those stories is Lieutenant Eve Dallas.
It is the year 2060 in New York City and crime is the same there as it is in our own days. Motives just don’t change.
A man, prominent in the community, respected for his work dies in what appears to be a kinky sex session gone horribly awry.
You get to hang onto every twist and turn in the story as Eve, her husband Rourke, and her team of detectives search for motive and for a killer. This is a terrific story.