Divided in Death

By Nora Roberts, J.D. Robb, J. D. Robb

Divided in Death

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Divided in Death

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#1 New York Times bestselling author J. D. Robb continues her "sexy and suspenseful" (Publishers Weekly) In Death series in this futuristic thriller where technology and humanity collide—and a new computer virus has become the latest form of terrorism..Reva Ewing was a former member of the Secret Se... rvice, and then a security specialist for Roarke Enterprises—until she found herself standing on top of the Secret Service But Lieutenant Eve Dallas believes the killing had more to do than jealous rage—all of Bissel's computer files were deliberately corrupted. It is the computer attack, to Roarke, that poses the real threat. He and Reva were contracting under a code-red government to develop a program that would shield against techno-terrorists. But this deadly new breed of hackers doesn't fear killing to protect their secret—and it's up to Lieutenant Eve Dallas to shut them down before the nightmare can spread across the country.

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Quotes from Divided in Death

Life is never as long as we want it to be, and wasted time can never be recovered.

You're the love of my life. I don't care how corny that sounds. You're the start of it, and the end of it. And you're the best of it.

Eve (to Roarke): "Whatever happened to me back in Dallas, I came out of it. I'm standing here because of it. Maybe I have everything that matters to me, including you, because of it. If that's true, I'd go through it all again. I'd go through every minute of the hell to have you, to have my badge, to have this life.

There's an oatmeal cookie in there. I see no reason for the existence of oatmeal, particularly in cookies.

Eve: If you ended up naked and dead with another woman, I'd do the Rumba on your corpse.
Roarke: You can't do the Rumba.
Eve: I'd take lessons first.
Roarke: You might very well. Not that you'll ever get the chance, but you'd also grieve.
Eve: Wouldn't give you the satisfaction. You cheating f-wit putz. "
Roarke: You'd weep in the dark and call my name.
Eve: Call your name alright. How are things in hell? You dickless bastard. And I'd laugh and laugh, that's how I''d call your name.
Roarke: Christ Jesus Eve, I love you.
--Eve, Roarke

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