Visions in Death, by J.D. Robb, was this fall's installment in the ginormous Eve/Roarke series. No Roarke being awful, no relationship angst, just a (nearly) straightforward serial-killer tale—refreshing. I do think Robb ought to kill off one of the repertory company, though, just to bump the suspense level back up; I've stopped believing that she'll kill or permanently disable anyone we've seen for more than one book, and the ending's suspense suffered for it. It did have a little twist at the very end, though, which I thought worked pretty well.
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