RaveBookreporter... cunning plotting and stunning execution ... This storyline, though set in August 2061, could be taken from today’s headlines reporting powerful men with lurid lifestyles who abuse women ... an intense and immensely satisfying thriller. J. D. Robb continues to create exciting and powerful storylines for characters we have come to know and love. Eve Dallas and her cohorts are like good friends who are sharing their riveting tales of suspense and intrigue that are guaranteed to keep you reading right through to the end. I can’t imagine a better way to begin the fall season than to pick up this book.
PositiveThe Book ReporterTo Die But Once highlights the direct and indirect costs of war. Maisie Dobbs is always looking for truth and the underlying motives in her cases. Her stories are ones that this reviewer always wants to read because of her character, values and thoughts on life. And, because Jacqueline Winspear’s late father was also a young apprentice in 1940, she is able to draw on that experience to write a story about WWII and England that is close to the heart.