By J. D. Robb
It was once simply one other after-work chuffed hour at a bar downtown—until the insanity descended. And after twelve mins of chaos and violence, greater than 80 humans lay useless.
Lieutenant Eve Dallas is making an attempt to tackle the inexplicable occasions. Surviving witnesses speak about seeing things—monsters and swarms of bees. They describe surprising, overwhelming emotions of worry and rage and paranoia. while forensics makes its record, the mass delusions make extra experience: apparently the bar consumers have been uncovered to a cocktail of chemical compounds and unlawful medications which can force a person into transitority insanity—if no longer kill them outright.
But that doesn’t clarify who might unharness such horror—or why. Eve’s husband, Roarke, occurs to possess the bar, yet he’s confident the assault wasn’t directed at him. It’s greater than that. And if Eve can’t determine it out speedy, it may possibly ensue back, every time, wherever. simply because it’s airborne…
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She was trembling so hard Dan was scared she might hurt herself, so he wrapped himself around her, keeping his hold gentle. His eyes rose to meet Roxanne‟s kind, chocolate brown eyes. She looked troubled. It‟s okay, he mouthed, then bent his head back to Claire‟s. They stood there, clinging to each other. Claire to keep upright and Dan to make sure she wasn‟t a mirage and wouldn‟t disappear from his life again. “I thought you were dead,” he said finally into her hair. That glorious, pale, shiny hair, now cut boy-short.
Of her weakness. Her inability to remember anything, the constant feeling of standing over an abyss. “No, we weren‟t lovers. ” Daniel Weston was watching her carefully, eyes dark and intelligent. She told the truth. “I don‟t know. I have no idea why I said that. ” His gaze was so steady. ” “If you were with me,” she answered simply, watching him. “That day. ” The day her world died. He didn‟t answer, simply bowed his head, eyes fixed on hers. Yes! There‟d been no one she could talk to, no one at all.
He was dressed more for comfort than for style, in corduroy trousers, a heavy brown sweater with a blue shirt collar underneath and boots rather than dress shoes. She stared out the window. It had started sleeting, needle-like shards of ice pinging against the windowpane. The windows had triple-glazing so there was no noise, not even from the sharp wind bending the branches of a big, old oak in someone‟s backyard. There was something about what he said . . She turned back to him. ” She frowned.
Delusion in Death (In Death, Book 35) by J. D. Robb