By J. D. Robb
Occasionally brotherhood will be one other be aware for conspiracy. . . .
Dennis Mira simply had disagreeable surprises. First he discovered that his cousin Edward was once secretly assembly with a true property agent approximately their overdue grandfather’s very good West Village brownstone, regardless of the promise they either made to maintain it within the family members. Then, while he went to the home to confront Edward approximately it, he received a blunt item to the again of the head.
Luckily Dennis is married to Charlotte Mira, the NYPSD’s most sensible profiler and a superb pal of Lieutenant Eve Dallas. whilst the 2 arrive at the scene, he explains that the very last thing he observed was once Edward in a chair, bruised and bloody. while he got here to, his cousin was once long gone. With the mess wiped clean up and the safety disks got rid of, there’s not anything left at the back of yet a couple of strains for forensics to research.
As a former legal professional, pass judgement on, and senator, Edward Mira mingled with the elite and crossed paths with criminals, making enemies frequently. Like such a lot of politicians, he additionally made a few very shut buddies at the back of closed—and locked—doors. yet a badge and a billionaire husband can get you into locations others can’t move, and Eve intends to polish a few mild at the soiled bargains and darkish causes in the back of the disappearance of a strong guy, the kinfolk discord over a multimillion-dollar piece of actual property . . . and a brand new case that nobody observed coming.
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Extra resources for Brotherhood in Death (In Death, Book 42)
What we were really afraid of is hard to say now, but I imagine that what scared us was that then there would be no doubt that he was dead. That is what it meant to see him in the mortuary. Despite the fear, we went into the chilly room where he was lying. To see Dad when he was dead was almost as much a good thing as it was sad. He lay on a stretcher in his ordinary clothes and it felt right that he did not have on some white gown, because that would have made him seem more unfamiliar. Tove and I were each allowed to close one of Dad’s eyes and I remember that his cold skin felt rather unpleasant at first.
It was a glorious summer, but all good things come to an end. The autumn arrived and Mummy got worse. She was on chemotherapy and radiation treatment. She was the strongest mother in the world. I loved her most of all and was given so much love by her. Ebba 51 Mummy rang Granny every day and talked and talked. She took long walks with Granny, with Grandma (Dad’s mother), or with one of her millions of friends, who were all quite fantastic. The winter passed and turned to spring. Mummy loved the spring.
I don’t want to. But it is good that she says it. I used to go out and play with my friends before. Now I mostly sit around and think about if you can be born again and live a new life. I hope so, because then Mummy can live again and I can visit her. Sometimes I go out with my friend. I find that I can talk freely then about whatever I want to, and that’s what I do with my friend. Once my friend and I talked about what happens when you die. We thought that you could live a new life again after death.
Brotherhood in Death (In Death, Book 42) by J. D. Robb