Echoes in Death - J.D. Robb

I liked this book. Not too sappy, not too boring, not too obscure. I managed to finger the killer early on but that didn't detract from my enjoyment of the story. There was a twist at the end that I hadn't expected but made complete sense when it was disclosed. It's nice to see Eve be able to express herself to Roarke more openly. It makes the relationship feel less lopsided, because I always saw it as Roarke was stuck with this emotionally high maintenance woman and I could never grasp what he got out of the relationship, what Eve contributed.