Friday, November 2, 2012

Delusion in Death, by J. D. Robb

The Robb series is reliable, if a bit formulaic.  One fight, two sex scenes, dribs and drabs of backstory, a little psychological blathering, and recently a twist.  But it's a working formula.  Here Eve Dallas is investigating two biochemical attacks during which an airborne substance causes everyone who breathes it to become delusional, paranoid, and violent.  The chemical signature matches a weapon developed during the Urban Wars.  The only thing that showed a bit of skimpy plotting was how Eve just sort of recognized the villain from among the suspects.

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