For me, this Eve Dallas installment was interesting, because it centered around
using a gaming system to murder. I thought it was a rather ingenious murder weapon, but the murderer's reasoning for killing felt a bit on the weak side. It reminded me a lot of [b:Rapture in Death|6593768|Rapture in Death (In Death, #4)|J.D. Robb|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1296252675s/6593768.jpg|87373]. I liked how Eve finally got a taste of how Roarke feels every time she goes into the field. For me, this was a good installment in the series!