Автор: Robb J., Книга: Thankless in Death, Жанр: триллер, Издание: г. Thankless in Death (In Death, Book 37) and millions of other books are available for instant access. Thankless in Death Mass Market Paperback – March 4, In this thriller in the #1 New York Times bestselling In Death series, Lieutenant Eve Dallas discovers that deep hatred. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Apart from references to such things as advanced robots and vids (the new name for theatrical movies), New.

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She and Eve butt heads several times over procedure and jurisdiction, but eventually come to an understanding. She visits New York in Treachery in Death where she meets Webster and begins a relationship with him. She was previously a police officer in Colombia focusing primarily on narcotics.

She is described as being extremely attractive, with Peabody being somewhat jealous of her figure, and she greatly enjoys shopping whilst in New York as a change from police work. Charlotte Mira. He seems to be a very absent-minded fellow, walking around with his shirt buttons mismatched.

However, he is a very kind man; Eve is very fond of him and finds it easy to talk to him.

He is very nonthreatening to her; however, he is intelligent, and as Charlotte says, very good at separating what is good and evil. Mira occasionally teaches at Colombia University. Eve sees him in Memory in Death , and before she knows what's happening, she breaks down weeping. She is mostly sad because she wonders what a difference it would have made to her tragic early life if she had had just one person like Dennis Mira who would have loved her like a parent.

Eve likes him very much and in the same book, downloads him a scarf. He believes Eve to be a very determined and good person with a necessary dark streak in her that he respects. After receiving information from a social worker about his real mother he seeks out the truth and returns to Ireland to visit his mother's family.

Roarke is shocked by the warmth of welcome he receives from Sinead. She is described as being small, with red hair and green eyes. She is very proud of the man Roarke has become and of the life he has made with Eve. Sinead and the whole family make sporadic appearances, particularly at Thanksgiving where it has become something of a tradition for them to visit Roarke and Eve in New York.

He is handsome and mild mannered, and is described by Dallas as the best imaging artist there is. He is adept at bonding with witnesses and drawing out all of the details that they can remember about a suspect, and will not allow Dallas or anyone else to rush his work when he knows a witness needs a break. First Appearance: Visions in Death Harvo is a female tech at the crime lab, specialising in hair and fibre analysis, describing herself as the "Queen of Hair" and "Princess of Fibre" on meeting Dallas and Peabody.

She has very white skin with spiked red hair and green eyes the colour of spring grass. She shares the general opinion of Dickhead that the other characters have, although admits that he is a brilliant tech.

Her father works for the FBI in the same field of study as Harvo, and is considered one of the best in said field. Her combination of skill, efficiency and enthusiasm for her job, coupled with her smart mouth, make her one of Eve's go to people. She is described as a petite and pretty woman, with soft curly blonde hair and baby blue eyes. She is short in stature, often wearing mile-high heels according to Eve and has a soft Southern accent.

All of this is in contrast to her demeanour in court, where she is described as a piranha. She becomes Eve's "go-to" APA when she needs a warrant, and also becomes a close friend, being present at social events such as Mavis's baby shower.

A Southern belle with blue eyes and blonde hair and a curvy figure, she and Morris develop a mutual attraction and quickly begin dating. She is fond of baking to relax particularly chocolate brownies and although she is a smart and capable detective, she doesn't live the job the way Eve does.

She is murdered in Promises in Death , devastating Morris who was falling in love with her. Her death causes Eve to admit to herself that she never really gave Coltraine a chance, subconsciously seeing her as an interloper due to her relationship with Morris, and causing Eve to take her death all the harder thinking that they would have been friends in due time.

First Appearance: Creation in Death Callendar is another of Feeney's "boys" all of Feeney's e-cops are his boys, regardless of gender and is a friend of Peabody and McNab. She is introduced as part of the large taskforce working on the "Groom" serial killer case.

Described by McNab as almost as good as he is, she has dark hair, burnt honey skin with sloe eyes and impressive breasts. In Promises in Death she is excited to be sent to the Omega Colony, her first off-planet assignment, to gather evidence against Max Ricker. He is the only media liaison Eve can remotely stand, as he allows her to be herself and focus on the job, whereas other liaisons frequently focus on appearance and ask her to put on lip gloss before appearing on camera.

Eve describes him to Roarke as 'not an asshole' which he recognises as a compliment by Eve's standards. Highly respected in her field, she forms a quick friendship with Morris as they share an interest in the dead through their work and both experienced failed relationships. DeWinter is divorced with a young daughter, and has a hot temper. She and Eve initially have a slightly frosty relationship, but have begun to respect each other's skills. He is attractive as noted by Peabody , and admits that he once thought that he and Eve might get together before she met Roarke.

In Apprentice in Death he is brought in by Eve as a consultant on the sniper case, and is devastated when it turns out to be a former colleague. He, Morris and Eve have worked together on hundreds of cases and share the same focus and dedication to the job. Despite his profession, he has very poor eyesight. Eve's Squad[ edit ] Other than Baxter , and Trueheart when they start working together, little is mentioned about Eve's squad in any great detail through the early books.

Occasionally members of the squad will ask for Eve's opinion on a case or be pulled in as part of the team on larger cases. As of Treachery in Death where the focus is on another police Lieutenant suspected of corruption, Eve's squad consists of:- Detective Jenkinson. Referred to as sick bastard much as Baxter is referred to as Horny Dog, Jenkinson is a solid veteran who is fiercely loyal to Dallas. He is fond of wearing garish ties to brighten his day and that of his squadmates.

Detective Reineke is Jenkinson's partner, also fiercely loyal to Dallas and fond of garish socks rather than ties Detective Carmichael is a female detective, somewhat hot tempered and apparently not someone you should make bets with as she almost always wins. She is dark-haired and pretty, and acquires a pair of jewelled cowboy boots when on assignment in Texas.

Detective Sanchez is the new guy, a calming influence on his partner Carmichael. He went to college and played baseball to a high standard but joined the NYPSD as that was what he always wanted, whereas baseball was "just playing" to him, although he thinks about joining a softball team with some of Roarke's employees Officer Carmichael is the longest serving uniformed officer in Eve's squad.

He is a solid veteran, described as being hell on details. Other uniformed officers who cross Eve's path and impress her are often added to her squad later, beginning with Peabody and Trueheart, then later on Officer Newkirk introduced in Creation In Death and the son of an officer on the original case and Officer Shelby introduced in Festive In Death and brought in to Eve's squad when Trueheart makes Detective.

All respect and admire Dallas, and fear her wrath if they don't do the job to her high standards. They are also fiercely loyal to her, and cite facts such as her small and dingy office to other squads as proof of how she cares about her men and the job more than rank and appearances. Nonappearing Characters[ edit ] These characters are for the most part deceased, but play an important role by figuring strongly into the minds of Eve and Roarke and may frequently show up in flashbacks or memories.

First Appearance: Naked in Death Richard Troy is Eve's biological father; from when she was about five or six, he began raping her, continuing until the night of his death when Eve was eight years old.

Eve kills him with a kitchen knife while he is drunkenly raping her, in Dallas, Texas, but he breaks her arm during the process. He is present in every single book, as he is always the spectre of Eve's nightmares. Typically, he appears in her nightmares to tell her that no matter how many people she finds justice for, there will always be more monsters like him, waiting to do more evil to innocents like the little girl she was. His first name is revealed in Judgment in Death ; his last name is found by Roarke in his file on Homeland Security Organization 's files in Divided in Death.

He was working as a kind of informer for HSO, despite the fact that he was a criminal with a minor child, Eve at eight years old. Richard Troy was raising Eve - who is definitely his biological child - with the intent of using her for child prostitution.

Mira concludes and tells Eve in Reunion in Death that Troy was probably not a pedophile himself, but preferred adult women, something that Eve does vaguely remember.

This business is fully realized in Divided in Death : Eve remembers her father telling her in Reunion that she was finally going to start working or rather, being raped for her father's profit. That Patrick Roarke was there, with cash, on his own business, indicates that Troy was going to sell Eve to Patrick Roarke.

For the record, HSO was perfectly aware that Eve murdered Troy, but cleaned up the body and had the case unsolved, as they had themselves recommended she not be taken out of Troy's custody. Troy also had business dealings with Max Ricker, the villain of Judgement in Death , and stole money from him.

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Ricker knew he had a daughter, but over twenty years later, does not make the connection between Troy and Eve. Troy was under surveillance by the HSO the day he died.

Patrick Roarke was a criminal who had the Irish police in his pocket, as he wielded some minor power. He came to the US in to ruin Max Ricker's gun-running operation in Atlanta, a situation in which he double-crossed Max Ricker and the police officers, who were paying him to be an informant.

Siobhan Brody ran away from him with their son when Roarke was a baby; upon her return, Patrick Roarke killed her and threw her in the river with the assistance of some friends. He then raised Roarke by having him steal throughout the day and bring back money to him.

With the information that Eve's father was going to start selling her in Dallas, it is to be concluded that Richard Troy was going to sell his daughter to Patrick Roarke.

Roarke believes Patrick Roarke died in when he was twelve , but Patrick Roarke actually died sometime in Ireland, , at Summerset's hands. Decades later, Skinner has transferred the grudge to Roarke in Interlude in Death. She never has any dialog but is often mentioned. Read This Book If… …you want to know why people give up their identities for some insane cause. He had invented psychoanalysis, brought the science of psychology to the mainstream, and was highly regarded in intellectual circles around Europe.

Then World War I broke out, and destroyed, well, just about everything. Freud was deeply moved by the devastation and fell into a deep depression and secluded himself for much of the s.

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Civilization and Its Discontents was the result of this depression. The book makes one simple argument: that humans have deep, animalistic instincts to eat, kill, or fuck everything. Freud argued that civilization could only arise when enough humans learned to repress these deeper and baser urges, to push them into the unconscious where according to his model they would fester and ultimately generate all sorts of neuroses.

Freud basically came to the conclusion that as humans, we had one of two shitty options in life: 1 repress all of our basic instincts to maintain some semblance of a safe and cooperative civilization, thus making ourselves miserable and neurotic or 2 to let them all out and let shit hit the fan.

And as an Austrian Jew, he ran for the hills. The hills being London, of course. He lived out the last years of his life in a city being bombed into oblivion.

And doing it convincingly. He then argues that because of this, in the year all of our brains are going to be digitally encrypted and uploaded to the cloud where we will all form a single, immortal consciousness that will control all computing power on the planet.

No, seriously. And the fucked up part is that some of his explanation of how this is going to happen makes sense. And the book reads like it was written by a middle-aged engineer who took too much acid and now desperately needs to speak with a therapist.

Couch is over there, Ray. I poke fun at Ray, but the technological possibilities presented in this book are truly mind-boggling. And we will undoubtedly see a significant percentage of them in our lifetime. Medical nanobots that live in the bloodstream that we wireless upload vaccines to. Genetic programming for newborns so parents can choose not only the physical characteristics of their children but their talents as well.

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