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The main characters of Naked in Death novel are Eve Dallas, Roarke. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.
One of the Best Works of J.D. Robb. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 294 pages and is available in Hardcover format for offline reading.
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|Original Title:||Naked in Death|
|Number Of Pages:||294 pages|
|First Published in:||July 1995|
|Latest Edition:||March 8th 2004|
|Series:||In Death #1|
|Generes:||Mystery, Romance, Mystery, Crime, Fiction, Romance, Romantic Suspense, Suspense, Science Fiction, Thriller, Futuristic, Thriller, Mystery Thriller,|
|Main Characters:||Eve Dallas, Roarke, Ryan Feeney, Charlotte Mira, Commander Jack Whitney|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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Eve hated funerals. She detested the rite human beings insisted on giving death. The flowers, the music, the endless words and weeping.
There might be a God. She hadn't completely ruled such things out. And if there were, she thought, It must have enjoyed a good laugh over Its creations' useless rituals and passages.
Still, she had made the trip to Virginia to attend Sharon DeBlass's funeral. She wanted to see the dead's family and friends gathered together, to observe, and analyze, and judge.
The senator stood grim-faced and dry-eyed, with Rockman, his shadow, one pew behind. Beside DeBlass was his son and daughter-in-law.
Sharon's parents were young, attractive, successful attorneys who headed their own law firm.
Richard DeBlass stood with his head bowed and his eyes hooded, a trimmer and somehow less dynamic version of his father. Was it coincidence, Eve wondered, or design that he stood at equal distance between his father and wife?
Elizabeth Barrister was sleek and chic in her dark suit, her waving mahogany hair glossy, her posture rigid. And, Eve, noted, her eyes red-rimmed and swimming with constant tears.
What did a mother feel, Eve wondered, as she had wondered all of her life, when she lost a child?
Senator DeBlass had a daughter as well, and she flanked his right side. Congresswoman Catherine DeBlass had followed in her father's political footsteps. Painfully thin, she stood militarily straight, her arms looking like brittle twigs in her black dress. Beside her, her husband Justin Summit stared at the glossy coffin draped with roses at the front of the church. At his side, their son Franklin, still trapped in the gangly stage of adolescence, shifted restlessly.
At the end of the pew, somehow separate from the rest of the family, was DeBlass's wife, Anna.
She neither shifted nor wept. Not once did Eve see her so much as glance at the flower-strewn box that held what was left of her only granddaughter.
There were others, of course. Elizabeth's parents stood together, hands linked, and cried openly. Cousins, acquaintances, and friends dabbed at their eyes or simply looked around in fascination or horror. The President had sent an envoy, and