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Eve Dallas was born to Richard Troy and Stella. She spent the first eight years of her life physically, mentally, and sexually abused by her father. At a hotel in Dallas, TX, Eve stopped the abuse by killing her father. She wandered out of the hotel for two miles before passing out. A police officer found her and took her to a hospital. With no records of her birth and her father's death unknown, she became a ward of the state. They named her Eve Dallas.


She spent the next ten years bouncing from foster home to foster home before leaving the system at 18. She immediately travelled to New York to become a police officer. She graduated from the police academy at the top of her class. The next few years were spent in uniform before Lt. Ryan Feeney took notice of her and brought her into the Homicide Division. They worked and closed cases together before Feeney was promoted to Captain and transfered to the Electronic Detectives Divison (EDD).


Eve's story initially starts in Naked In Death, reeling from a nightmare about subduing a suspect using lethal force, Eve is called in to investigate the murder of a high profile senator's daughter, a licensed companion . Throughout the course of the investigation, Eve comes across a connection between the victim and Roarke, a very wealthy businessman and possible suspect. Eve did her best to ignore her attraction to him but her efforts were futile. In the end Roarke is ruled out as a suspect and the real killer is identified. At the end of the investigation, a relationship has formed between Roark and Eve. A victim's cat, Galahad , becomes a hero and Eve's new pet.


Throughout the series, her memories return, mostly through a series of nightmares, revealing a history of incestual rape and patricide with her father, Richard Troy. It is revealed that he was raising her to prostitute her to child molesters. Her mother, Stella, was a prostitute, a drug addict and was occasionally beaten and raped by Troy but hated her daughter. Eve finds out more about Stella in the latest book New York to Dallas.

It was implied that since Eve had lost her memory, she had forgotten her name, as well, but it is eventually revealed in Reunion in Death that the reason Eve cannot remember her name is because her parents never gave her one. The fact that no one in Dallas could track down her ID indicates one of two things: that either Homeland Security interfered and deleted her data, or that her parents never had her registered in the first place. For all intents and purposes, Eve did not exist in any records before she was eight years old.

After her relationship and subsequent marriage to Roarke, Eve is a much happier and, to some extent, calmer person; she is more willing to work with and depend on other people. They celebrate their one-year anniversary in Reunion in Death, in July 2059. Eve's relationship with Roarke is central to the series and her character.

Eve's official residence is 222 Central Park West, New York, N.Y., with Roarke.

Description Edit

  • Eyes
    • Eve's eyes have been described as wide brown eyes that had never had a chance to be naïve.[1]
    • Long, big, whiskey-colored;[2] golden brown;[3] and cool brown, flat cop's eyes.[4]
    • She has big, dark eyes.[5]
  • Face
    • Her hair suited her triangular face with its razor-edge cheekbones and slight dent in the chin;[6] she has a bony,[7] sharply featured face.[8]
    • She has a generous mouth[9] and full, firm lips.[10]
  • Eve's chin
    • Feeney was the first to note the 'slight dent' in her chin.[11]
    • Charles was second and commented on it - "this little dip right in your chin."[12]
    • Roarke was the third. He lifted a hand to her face, fingers just brushing her chin, his thumb skimming the slight dip.[13] She has a little dent in her chin that deepens, just a bit, when she smiles.[14] Other mentions.[15]
  • Hair
    • Her doe-brown hair was cropped short, for convenience rather than style;[16] her hair was thick as mink pelt, shades of aged brandy and old gold.[17]
    • Short, choppy brown hair;[18] poorly cut fawn-colored hair standing up in tufts and spikes.[19]
    • She has a shaggy cap of deer-hide hair.[20]
  • Body
    • Eve is described as 5 feet, 10 inches[21] (Eve's YANNIs), 120 pounds (54.43 kg), with a waist of 26.2 inches.[22]
    • She was tall, rangy, with a tendency to look thin, but Feeney knew there were solid muscles beneath the leather jacket.[23]
    • She has a tough, angular body and small, firm breasts,[24] smooth skin, slim bones, lean muscle,[25] she was tall, slim/lean, with a long, slender body, [26] and long legs.[27]
    • She is long and lean.[28]
      • She has strong shoulders[29] and, according to Roarke, she has a warrior's body; soft, smooth skin over rigidly toned muscle.[30]
  • Movement
    • Eve walks with a ground-eating stride; long, quick, loose, busy, and strong.[31]


Personality Edit

  • From a conversation with Charlotte Mira:
    • "The cops, we know that the victims, the ones who are broken or shattered or dead ... or dead, they need somebody to stand up for them, to say, 'GD it, it is your fault. You did this, and you have to pay for it, no matter if your mother beat you or your father ... No matter what, you don't have the right to damage the next guy.'"
    • Mira gave Eve's hand a squeeze. "And that's why you are."
    • "Yeah. That's why I am."[32]
  • When asked why she was a cop, Eve replied, "It's what I am. It's not just that someone has to look, even though that's just the way it is. It's that I have to look."[33]
  • There was a part of her that warmed foolishly at the thought of having an avenger (Roarke).[34]
  • When Eve is angry or frustrated, she often kicks something like her desk.[35] When she is having nerves/emotion (stress, embarrassment, uncertainty, frustration, etc.) she sometimes tucks her hands in her pockets.[36]
  • Eve hated being on camera; hated it a lot.[37]
    • Though Nadine thinks Eve looks "damn good on camera."[38]
  • According to Roarke, "Death offends her. Each time. Every time she deals with it."[39]
  • Mira once said, "She was born for this. Not just for command, which fits her like skin, but for balancing the wrongs with the rights."[40]
  • Roarke said Eve is an arrogant woman[41] and is very good at manipulation.[42]
  • Eve has been referred to as 'a prude'.[43]
  • According to Feeney, she's got a mind "like a fucking shark."[44]

EpithetsEdit

  • Hemlines, for sweet Christ's sake.[45]
  • Sweet, leap-frogging Christ.[46]
  • Jesus bleeding Christ.[47]
  • You sadistic, treacherous son of a bitch. [48]
  • Oh Jesus Christ on stilts. [49]
  • Jesus Christ in spandex. [50]
  • Christ on airskates, kid. [51]
  • Oh, Christ on a plastic crutch. [52]
  • Holy dancing Jesus. [53]
  • Oh sweet, suffering Christ. [54]
  • My sweet blushing Jesus [55]

Relationships Edit

  • Eve had always thought cops should stay single,[56] unencumbered, and focused utterly on the job.[57]
  • Buddy-to-buddy confidences were something Eve was never comfortable with.[58]
  • Spouse: Roarke (as of 2058)
  • Best friend: Mavis Freestone outside the job
  • Partner: Delia Peabody
  • Former Trainer/Partner: Ryan Feeney
    • Eve told Peabody that, when Feeney took her on as a trainee, he said Eve had potential - brains and guts.[59]
    • According to Eve, she wouldn't have been the same cop without Feeney.[60]
    • Feeney told Dallas, "You never were a rookie. So I saw good, solid cop the minute I laid eyes on you. I gave you a hell of a foundation, kid, a lot of seasoning and pushed you hard because I knew you could take it. But I didn't put you here, and saying that, well, that was stupid. You put yourself here. And I'm proud. So that's it."[61]
    • There's nobody on the job, nobody with a badge Eve respects more than she respects Feeney. Feeney feels the same about her.[62]
    • Eve was a detective, had just made second grade, by February 11, 2051; according to Feeney, though she needed seasoning, she was the best he'd ever worked with, even then.[63]
    • Eve said Feeney saw something in her and lifted her out, made her more than she ever thought she could be. She said if he'd transferred to Bumfuck, Idaho she'd have gone with him.[64]
  • Eve had known Whitney for a decade (as long as she's been on the job)[65] and thinks of him as a friend.[66]
  • Eve considers Morris a friend – a good one.[67]

Justice and the jobEdit

  • According to Eve, if she wasn't a good cop, she was nothing. She was as empty and as helpless as the child she had been, lying broken and traumatized in a dark alley in Dallas.[68]
  • When going through doors, Eve prefer to go in low.[69]
  • When they took her badge she'd felt empty, like nothing, like no one.[70]
    • Roarke knows Eve's career defines her.[71]
  • Eve said she is personally offended by murder.[72]
    • Murder no longer shocked, but it continued to repel.[73]
    • Eve said, "I wouldn't understand that kind of love, the kind that shields monsters."[74]
  • Eve: "Yes. It's worth risking my life to find justice for three women who are already dead, and to try to prevent three more from dying ... I'll do whatever it takes to keep him from having the fourth."[75]
  • In Glory in Death, Nadine said, "I've worked with, around, and through cops for a long time now. You get instincts on who's putting in time and who gives a damn. You know what worries me, Dallas? You give too much of a damn."[76]
    • Nadine told Eve, "You know, Dallas, you just don't miss. ... You've got a knack for the dead and the innocent."[77]
  • Marco Angelini told Dallas that Whitney respects her and that Cicely Towers admired her tenacity and her thoroughness; Towers was impressed by Eve's mind and called it 'a clean cop's mind'.[78]
  • Eve: "No. You never solve anything, because someone's dead who shouldn't be. They can't get up out of the grave, so it can't be solved. All you can do is close the case, and trust the system for justice."[79]
  • "I live the job, Peabody. I breathe it and I eat it and I sleep with it. I don't recommend it ... Yeah, it works for me. There are reasons it works for me. My reasons. They're not yours." (She thought of herself as a child, bleeding and broken) "I can't do this any other way. I won't do this any other way. I need what this gives me. You don't need the same thing. That doesn't make you less of a cop."[80]
  • "Murder by definition – by its nature – is a heinous crime."[81]
  • "Murder kills more than the victim."[82]
    • Eve thought that there were always more victims than the dead.[83]
  • Often, when looking death, at the bodies of those who have been murdered, there is pity in Eve's eyes.[84]
  • Regarding Eve Roarke said, "I've dealt with a lot of cops in my time. Evaded them, bribed them, outmaneuvered them, or simply outran them ... The point is, I've dealt with a lot of cops over the years. You're the best. ... You'll stand, Eve, for the dead and the grieving."[85]
  • Her tireless and unwavering dedication to the dead – to the truth, to what was right – had, and always would, amaze Roarke.[86]
  • Roarke said that murder infuriates Eve, insults her, and the victims haunt her.[87]
  • Eve said, "Murder isn't logical, it doesn't follow nice clean lines. Those who set out to kill make their own rules." She said Lino's murder was logical.[88]
  • Eve: "You cop to a crime, the person you cop to has a responsibility to report it to the authorities."
    • Roarke: "Black-and-white."
      • Eve: "What am I supposed to see? Purple?" [89]
  • After Roarke told Eve it was a hard life she had chosen; a brutal road that brings her to that so often (the autopsy after Ava Marsterson's murder), Eve replied, "It chose me."[90]

Terminations (line of duty)Edit

"We know about the choice. We know, whenever we take a life, whatever the circumstances, whatever the reasons, it's still our choice. Right or wrong, we own it."[91] Eve has terminated in the line of duty more than once though not all details are known. Included below are instances or mentions of terminations she has purposely or inadvertently caused.

  • Naked in Death – Unknown termination mentioned. (1st termination)[92]
    • In Fantasy in Death, Eve said she was 23 the next time she killed - fifteen years after she killed her father. She and Feeney went after a suspect who had beaten two people to death in front of witnesses; DNA and trace was left all over the scene. They found him at a sex club, where he ran, with his girlfriend to the roof. He held a ten-inch blade to her throat, cut her to show that he meant it when he said he'd kill her; Feeney didn't have the angle to stun him but Eve did. When the man jabbed his girlfriend again, Feeney kept talking to him, and Eve stunned him. When the girlfriend pushed away to get clear, the man fell over the edge, as his body jerked. He hit the sidewalk, dead, eight stories down. She said she didn't feel excited or guilty; just a little shaky. Eve said she didn't even have to go through Testing.[93]
  • Naked in Death – Eve killed the chemi-head, Mandy's father on February 12, 2058 (2235 [10:35 PM]) (2nd termination) [94]
  • Phantom termination – (3rd termination) (Eve's YANNIs)
  • Judgment in Death – Killed the man holding the boy hostage (4th termination).[95]
  • Midnight in Death – Killed David Palmer when she discharged her weapon and he fell into the electrified cage (accidental 5th termination).[96]
  • Survivor in DeathJilly Isenberry broke her neck when, during her fight with Dallas, they both tumbled down the stairs (accidental 6th termination).[97]
  • Origin in Death – Many clones (no body count given [more than a dozen attacked them]: 8+ terminations) [98]

NicknamesEdit

  • Badge or Big Bad Badge (by Kiz)[99]
  • Brown-eyes (by Morse)[100]
  • Darling Eve[101]
    • The first time Roarke calls her 'darling' is in Naked, when they are in his shooting range. "Don't worry, darling. It's just a flesh wound."[102]
      • When Eve called Roarke on his 'link, his display read, "Darling Eve."[103]
  • Eve Dallas, AK Ass-kicker. by Eve when Louise Dimatto and Cher Reo added their extensions after their names when being introduced to each other. [104]
  • Eve Dallas, Vampire Slayer by David Baxter [105]
  • Honey (by Mavis)[106] Mavis has also called Eve 'babe' and 'pal'.[107]
  • Honeypot (by Crack)[108]
  • Kid (by Feeney)[109]
  • Lieutenant[110]
  • Lieutenant Brown Eyes[111]
  • Lieutenant Darling[112]
  • Lieutenant Kick-Ass[113]
  • Lieutenant Locked Lips (by Nadine Furst) [114]
  • Lieutenant Meaniepants (by Peabody) [115]
  • Lieutenant Spoilsport[116]
  • Lieutenant Sugar[117]
  • Master Manipulator [and Psychic Master Manipulator] (by Peabody)[118]
  • Patient Sexy[119]
  • Sweet butt[120] and sweet face[121]
  • White Girl (by Crack)[122]

Ignorance of popular references Edit

  • There was music piped in she didn't recognize as Mozart. For Eve, music began sometime after her tenth birthday.[123]
  • Eve did not recognize Morris's reference to fit as a fiddle and ready for love.[124]
  • When Feeney said Bruce Springsteen was classic, "That's The Boss." Eve asked, "Boss of who?"[125]
  • When Eve described Penny as Lino's 'athlete's heel', Roarke asked her if the misnomers she used were on purpose. Eve said, "Maybe. Sometimes."[126]
    • "... And kills the fat cow anyway."[127]
    • "They're going to fall like a house of dominoes."[128]
    • Eve said bringing the department in would be like all those cooks burning the pie or whatever it is. When Peabody corrected to 'spoiling the broth', Eve wanted to know who eats broth, then decided burning the pie made more sense as neither sick, nor healthy people could eat it.[129]


Interesting facts Edit

  • Eve has, throughout the series, had difficulty with her vehicles (please see Eve's Vehicles).
  • Eve carries business cards.[130]
  • Eve prefers very hot showers; 92 degrees (shared shower with Roarke)[131] 101 degrees;[132] 102 degrees.[133])
    • Eve is prone to hour-long showers at home.[134]
    • Eve is a slow starter in the morning.[136]
  • Eve tried to smoke one of Nadine's cigarettes in Immortal in Death. She took two puffs but found it disgusting.[137]
  • She has a habit of forgetting and/or losing her gloves.[138]
  • In Glory in Death, Eve thought Mirina looked like a Roman goddess but her mythology was too sketchy to choose which one.[139]
  • In Naked in Death, Eve asked Summerset what it was about her that rubbed him wrong. He said he didn't know what she meant.[140] Later, he said that he was not comfortable with crude manners while, obviously, she was. He also said, "Roarke is a man of taste, of style, of influence. He has the ear of presidents and kings. He has escorted women of unimpeachable breeding and pedigree." It struck her and she said that even a man like Roarke could find the occasional mongrel appealing.[141]
  • Eve cries in several books.[142]
  • Eve said she hates science (in reference to chemistry).[143]
  • Eve said she can't stand health centers, clinics, hospitals, doctors, and MTs.[144]
    • Eve dislikes anything resembling drugs.[145]
  • Eve's first year at the Academy was in 2046; she was eighteen.[146]
    • Eve said that before she got into the Academy, all she was was a victim, with other people pushing the buttons, making the decisions, pushing her one way, pulling her another.[147]
  • Eve worked the rape wards in Alphabet City for six months (the rape wards are no longer there).[148]
  • Eve giggled, a rare sound from her, when Roarke admitted to playing her transmissions over, just so he could look at her and hear her voice.[149]
  • In Immortal in Death, Eve said she's never been off-planet before.[150]
    • The first time she went off-planet was in Rapture in Death, during their honeymoon.[151]
  • Before Roarke, Eve had never seen an actual live play.[152]
  • Eve relaxes at the beach the way she seemed to nowhere else.[153] The first time Eve sees the Pacific was on June 1, 2058, when Roarke took her to his Mexican Villa.[154]
  • Eve is a Yankees fan.[155]
  • Eve is afraid of heights.[156]
  • Eve occasionally plays with a yo-yo in her office while thinking her thoughts.[157]
    • Eve had taken to playing with the diamond when she was thinking.[158]
  • While her handwriting tended toward scrawl, Eve's printing was precise and perfect.[159]
  • Eve wondered why crying babies sounded like invading aliens.[160]
  • To Eve's way of thinking, dolls were just creepy.[161]
    • "Statues are too much like dolls, and dolls are creepy. You keep expecting them to blink. And the ones that smile like this? ... You know they've got teeth in there. Big, sharp, shiny teeth."[162] Dolls were just freaky.[163]
  • Eve engages in staring contests with Galahad.[164]
  • The design etched on Eve's wedding ring was an ancient charm for protection.[165]
  • Eve does not speak or understand Spanish. "Moments later there was a spate of Spanish. From the tone, she took it to be curses."[166]
  • Eve is Louise's matron of honor.[167]

SkillsEdit

  • Eve has some basketball skill, demonstrating her hook shot and three-point range for some kids.[168]
  • In Ritual in Death, when Eve was in Suite 606, she sensed something; a "burning and a kind of ... pulsing ... Spent energy, the shadows of it still beating."[169] Eve also demonstrated the ability to identify a sensitive, identify when they used their ability, and the strength/power of their abilities.[170] (Eve's YANNIs)
  • Eve swims regularly[171] ("like a fish").[172]

Food and drinkEdit

  • Roarke and Summerset both think her appetite is juvenile.[173]
    • Eve hates coconut[174] and brandy.[175]
      • Roarke offered Eve a brandy in Glory in Death but she said she was on duty.[176] In Immortal in Death, Mira said she and Eve should have a brandy.[177]
    • Eve prefers her popcorn drowned in butter and salt.[178]
    • Pancakes are a weakness of Eve's.[179]
    • Eve is leery of vegetables.[180]
    • Eve drinks black coffee and Pepsi, primarily; she also drinks wine,[181] tea with a whiff of whiskey,[182] screamers,[183] Mexican beer,[184] Guinness, and Champagne.[185]
  • When Eve didn't eat, she was worried.[186]
  • Eve had her first slice of New York pizza at Polumbi's.[187]

YANNIEdit

Foster Care HistoryEdit

  • According to Charlotte Mira, "For two years between the ages of eight and ten, you lived in a communal home while your parents were searched for."[188] Later in the series it is stated that when Eve got out of the hospital in Dallas, she went into the system. She had no ID, no memory, trauma, sexual assault. They gave her to Trudy Lombard (before she was nine), when they couldn’t find Eve's parents, hoping to mainstream her. Eve stayed with her for a five-and-a-half-month period in 2036.[189] (return to section)

HeightEdit

ID NumberEdit

  • In Naked in Death, her identification number is given as 53478Q[192] ... or ... as 5347BQ[193]

SensitiveEdit

  • Oddity
    • Though Eve had previously met with Isis Paige, Zeke Peabody, and Sam Peabody, each known sensitives, there was no indication that she could gauge the ability or potential each of these individuals possessed. She was unaware, until told, that Isis and Sam violated her privacy with their powers.[194] In Visions in Death, Celina Sanchez told Eve she was surprised that Eve was so resistant and suspicious of sensitives when she has a gift herself. Eve protested.[195]
    • In Ritual in Death, Eve demonstrated the ability to identify a sensitive, identify when they used their ability, and the strength/power of their abilities.[196] When she stepped into the pentagram drawn at the crime scene where Ava Marsterson was murdered, she felt a 'pull'; during Isis's ritual, she "felt something cold, cold, brutally cold push against the air."[197]
      • That she demonstrated this ability for the first time, with seemingly no surprise (from herself or others), may be an inconsistency or, at least, an oddity.(return to section)

TerminationsEdit

  • In Naked in Death, Mira said that the termination of the Chemi-head was Dallas's second termination.[198] In Rapture in Death, when Dallas is questioned about the number of times she has used maximum force (to terminate) she answers, "Three times." (no terminations occurred for period between statements)[199] (return to section)

References Edit

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  69. Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), p. 15
  70. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 265
  71. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 22
  72. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 114
  73. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 1
  74. Kindred in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15595-6), p. 217
  75. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 227
  76. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 140
  77. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 211
  78. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 206
  79. Portrait in Death (ISBN 0-425-18903-1), p. 275
  80. Remember When (ISBN 978-0-425-19547-5), pp. 356, 357
  81. Innocent in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15401-0), p. 182
  82. Eternity in Death (ISBN 978-0-515-14367-6), p. 75
  83. Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), p. 218
  84. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 214; Vengeance in Death (ISBN 0-425-16039-4), p. 14; Portrait in Death (ISBN 0-425-18903-1), pp. 206, 207; Creation in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22102-0), p. 34
  85. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 126
  86. Strangers in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15470-6), p. 129
  87. Strangers in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15470-6), p. 277
  88. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 289
  89. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), pp. 199, 200
  90. Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), p. 34
  91. Creation in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22102-0), p. 126
  92. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), pp. 1, 2, 132
  93. Fantasy in Death (ISBN 978-0-7499-4078-2), pp. 188, 189
  94. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), pp. 1, 3, 18
  95. Judgment in Death (ISBN 0-425-17630-4), pp. 213, 207-220
  96. Midnight in Death (ISBN 0-425-20881-8), pp. 89, 90
  97. Survivor in Death (ISBN 0-425-20418-9), pp. 351, 352
  98. Origin in Death (ISBN 0-425-20426-X), pp. 327-329
  99. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), pp. 58, 59
  100. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 13
  101. Ceremony in Death (ISBN 0-425-15762-8), p. 225; Strangers in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15470-6), p. 63
  102. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 146
  103. Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), p. 186
  104. Origin in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-20426-9), p. 228
  105. Eternity in Death (ISBN 978-0-515-14367-6), p. 96
  106. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 184
  107. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 163
  108. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), pp. 37, 38
  109. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), pp. 77, 198, 244, 270; Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 68; Portrait in Death (ISBN 0-425-18903-1), p. 77; Divided in Death (ISBN 0-425-19795-6), p. 41; Creation in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22102-0), p. 200; Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), pp. 324, 325
  110. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 229
  111. Strangers in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15470-6), p. 161
  112. Vengeance in Death (ISBN 0-425-16039-4), p. 275; Portrait in Death (ISBN 0-425-18903-1), p. 215; Creation in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22102-0), p. 95
  113. Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), p. 95
  114. Seduction in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-18146-1), p. 89
  115. Strangers in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-2289-8), p. 252
  116. Innocent in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15401-0), p. 155; Strangers in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15470-6), p. 235
  117. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), pp. 232, 259, 264; Holiday in Death (ISBN 0-425-16371-7), p. 117; Strangers in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15470-6), p. 63
  118. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), pp. 228, 229
  119. Strangers in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15470-6), p. 355
  120. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 139
  121. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 141
  122. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), pp. 37, 38
  123. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 88
  124. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 21
  125. Kindred in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15595-6), p. 340
  126. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 302
  127. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 195
  128. Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), p. 326
  129. Kindred in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15595-6), p. 308
  130. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 39; Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), p. 55; Kindred in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15595-6), pp. 37, 166, 285
  131. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 133
  132. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 2; Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 146; Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), p. 29
  133. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 16
  134. Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), p. 29
  135. Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), p. 31
  136. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 24
  137. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), pp. 145, 146
  138. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), pp. 21, 38, 228
  139. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 129
  140. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 234
  141. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 290, 291
  142. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 25; Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 122; Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 88
  143. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 34
  144. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 306; Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), p. 48
  145. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 125
  146. Conspiracy in Death (ISBN 0-425-16813-1), p. 19
  147. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 223
  148. Holiday in Death (ISBN 0-425-16371-7), pp. 277, 278
  149. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 222
  150. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 137
  151. Rapture in Death (ISBN 0-425-15518-8), p. 7
  152. Witness in Death (ISBN 0-425-17363-1), p. 7
  153. Conspiracy in Death (ISBN 0-425-16813-1), p. 57
  154. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 221
  155. Remember When (ISBN 978-0-425-19547-5), p. 370
  156. Betrayal in Death (ISBN 0-425-17857-9), p. 250; Seduction in Death (ISBN 0-425-18146-4), p. 54; Memory in Death (ISBN 0-425-21073-1), p. 105; Strangers in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15470-6), p. 79
  157. Origin in Death (ISBN 0-425-20426-X), p. 27
  158. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 265
  159. Creation in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22102-0), p. 43
  160. Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), p. 47
  161. Creation in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22102-0), p. 166
  162. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 12
  163. Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), p. 67
  164. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 48
  165. Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), p. 73
  166. Portrait in Death (ISBN 0-425-18903), p. 69
  167. Kindred in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15595-6), p. 5
  168. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 58
  169. Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), pp. 16, 18
  170. Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), pp. 56, 58
  171. Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), p. 3; Kindred in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15595-6), p. 203
  172. Rapture in Death (ISBN 0-425-15518-8), p. 244; Reunion in Death (ISBN 0-425-18397-1), p. 65
  173. Born in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-21568-5), p. 219; Seduction in Death (ISBN 0-425-18146-4), p. 285
  174. Witness in Death (ISBN 0-425-17363-1), p. 273
  175. Survivor in Death (ISBN 0-425-20418-9), p. 306
  176. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 118
  177. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 172
  178. Creation in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22102-0), p. 5
  179. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 57
  180. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 301
  181. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), pp. 23, 53, 70, 101, 235, 292; Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), p. 18; Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), pp. 99, 198; Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), pp. 68, 145, 212, 295; Kindred in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15595-6), pp. 90, 200
  182. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 281
  183. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 137
  184. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 46
  185. Glory in Death (ISBN 0-425-15098-4), pp. 163, 223, 224; Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 280
  186. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 135
  187. Kindred in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15595-6), p. 93
  188. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 133
  189. Memory in Death (ISBN 0-425-21073-1), pp. 28, 29, 111
  190. Immortal in Death (ISBN 0-425-15378-9), p. 14
  191. Origin in Death (ISBN 0-425-20426-X), p. 8
  192. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 48
  193. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), pp. 197, 212
  194. Ceremony in Death (ISBN 0-425-15762-8), pp. 78, 247, 248; Reunion in Death (ISBN 0-425-18397-1), pp. 128-129
  195. Visions in Death (ISBN 0-425-20300-X), p. 93
  196. Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), pp. 56, 58
  197. Ritual in Death (ISBN 978-0-425-22444-1), pp. 62, 63
  198. Naked in Death (ISBN 0-425-14829-7), p. 132
  199. Rapture in Death (ISBN 0-425-15518-8), p. 33

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