Visions in Death

Visions in Death

Book - 2004
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She sat, her hands folded tightly together on her lap. She breathed in and out once. 'He took her eyes . . .'

As Elisa Maplewood walks her dog in the still twilight of Central Park, she is oblivious to the man lurking behind her. Later that night Lieutenant Eve Dallas gets a call: a young woman's body has been found on the rocks, wearing nothing but a red ribbon. And, more horrifyingly, she is missing her eyes.

Eve's investigation is thrown off course when an exotic and headstrong psychic, Celina Sanchez, insists she saw the murder in a vision. Eve dismisses her, but as the murders become more brutal, the visions more vivid, and Eve more desperate, Eve and Celina form an unstoppable team.

Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2004
ISBN: 9780749957391
9780399151712
0399151710
Branch Call Number: FICTION Robb 2004
Characteristics: 338 p. ; 24 cm

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GypseyRose
Feb 07, 2014

Another great in death novel. Good little twist at the end I did not pick up on earlier in the book. A bit of a tear jerker for me in parts but, I am a self confessed sooky lala so this wont count for most people.

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terriflt
Feb 18, 2012

This is my all time favorite series! She is a homicide cop and the setting is 2059. Very creative, the story lines are all different and I absolutely love all of the characters. There is alot of humor in these books and it makes me laugh out loud. I would suggest you start from the beginning and work your way through to get the maximum enjoyment from them

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