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LOL! You are right. I will lean on the feeble excuse of not having read Naked for some time for the reason for confusing those rooms. Even though they did sleep together that time he did revealed his private office, I still thought that was significant he let her in even that much. Everything about that office was illegal. I’m not sure if it was…[Read more]
I don’t think Eve was ever in danger of losing Roarke, especially concerning his father’s murder. I thought she didn’t tell him because she felt it was Summerset’s story to tell. She was honoring a confidence. Which, surprised Summerset when Roarke told him Eve had not revealed anything.
As for the Irish police, all they have would be rumor. How…[Read more]
Secrets in Death: Right when things were coming out about Summerset and Patrick Roarke and Roarke figuring out who killed who. In a way I’m glad that there wasn’t a big fight that brewed between Eve and Roarke on why she never told him anything, I always thought she had a fear of losing him if she did say anything.
Like for example, if the Irish…[Read more]
I don’t think that’s why she punched him. I always thought it was to pay back for what he put her through after Magdalena came back. I know he didn’t intend to put her through anything, but, as was stated, he still had his blinders on regarding Magdalena. And, he managed for a time to blame Eve (and Summerset) instead of himself.
BTW, this is…[Read more]
Here’s my Innocent question: I know in the book, Eve punched Roarke for “being a guy.” But I’ve always believed that there may have been a different reason that Eve just never said outright. Like maybe she punched him for not calling so that way they could deal with Magdalena like a team.
Does anyone else think that? Because that scene is one of…[Read more]
This is my take.
- Even though it stated Magdalena eloped with the mark, that doesn’t mean they got married the same day they left. Or the next. She left with him, certainly intending to marry him, and I’m thinking the ceremony didn’t happen until he was able to have a prenup written and signed. That could have happened a few days later. He was…
Under the category of things that make you go hmmm….
- Magdalena left Roarke high and dry and eloped with the mark. But… she outlasted the terms of the prenup. So did she plan to elope long enough before to have the prenup written up, read, and signed (she surely wouldn’t have signed it unread like Eve did) or did he just ha…
“Jesus, Jesus, why is there February?” Eve demanded. “February should be eliminated altogether for the good of mankind.”
Robb, J. D.. Innocent In Death (In Death, Book 24) (p. 37). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.
Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly (#22 Harry Bosch series)
<span id=”freeText2689630230961355957″>Harry Bosch is back as a volunteer working cold cases for the San Fernando Police Department and is called out to a local drug store where a young pharmacist has been murdered. Bosch and the town’s 3-person detective squad sift through the…[Read more]