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Plot SummaryEdit

On one of the city's hottest nights, New York Police Lieutenant Eve Dallas is sent to Central Park - and into a hellish new investigation. The victim is found on the rocks, just above the still, dark water of The Lake in Central Park. Around her neck is a single red ribbon. Her hands are posed, as if in prayer. But it is the eyes -removed with such precision, as if done by the careful hand of a surgeon - that have Dallas most alarmed. 


As more bodies turn up, each with the same defining scars, Eve is frantic for answers. Against her instincts, she accepts help from a psychic who offers one vision after another - each with shockingly accurate details of the murders. And when partner and friend Peabody is badly injured after escaping an attack, the stakes are raised. Are the eyes a symbol? A twisted religious ritual? A souvenir? With help from her husband, Roarke, Dallas must uncover the killer's motivation before another vision becomes another nightmare...


--Penguin Group


MapEdit

Please reference the Visions in Death Map for locations or approximate locations of sites listed here.


TimelineEdit

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This article contains plot details about an upcoming episode.


Approximate Story Start Date: September, 2059[1]


Day 1Edit

  • Eve and Roarke are in the back of a limo after an evening event.  Roarke is flirting as Eve revels in being able to relax after the corporate dinner she'd attended with him.


  • A call comes in from Dispatch announcing a homicide in Central park and Eve requests Peabody to meet her on scene.


Day 2Edit

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Memorable QuotesEdit

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Character ListEdit

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Trivia Edit

Eve tells Peabody about her childhood.


Other Covers Edit

Additional covers here


US neon edition cover


UK edition cover


German Book Club edition cover


Japanese edition cover


Russian edition cover


Brilliance Audio unabridged edition cover


US neon edition cover


UK edition cover


German Book Club edition cover


Japanese edition cover


Russian edition cover


Brilliance Audio unabridged edition cover



Other ReleasesEdit

Footnotes Edit

  1. p. 198. So she could stand here, in the bright light of a September afternoon on the steps of her house, and know there was murder and meanness and casual cruelties, and still it was a good city.



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