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JD Robb Giveaway: Evidence Bag and Book

UPDATE: This contest is closed. Winner will be announced on Sunday, February 14, 2010.

Yesterday I opened a big envelope from Penguin and out fell the following contents: a “blood” stained cotton nightgown in an evidence bag and a copy of Memory in Death by J.D. Robb. I thought this was pretty eyecatching, from a promotional standpoint, and while I may have contemplated for five seconds that I might actually wear the nightgown, I thought a better use of the materials would be to give them away.

Evidence bag

So with full permission from the publicity staff, I offer up this evidence bag full of one bloodstained nightgown and one book to a commenter. To enter, you must do one of two things:

  • If you have read a JD Robb book, tell me which is your favorite (optional and fun would to tell us why)
  • If you have NOT read a JD Robb book, why you would want the evidence bag prize.

Lest you think DA is special, I send you to this link and all the evidence bags that went out.   The upcoming hardcover, Fantasy in Death, is the 30th J.D. Robb novel and Penguin is going all out to promote this book (and the 29 that  precede  it).   On February 23, you’ll be able to enter a contest over at the Penguin site to win Fantasy in Death and the evidence bag that goes along with that book.

Jane Litte is the founder of Dear Author, a lawyer, and a lover of pencil skirts. She spends her downtime reading romances and writing about them. Her TBR pile is much larger than the one shown in the picture and not as pretty. You can reach Jane by email at jane @ dearauthor dot com

91 Comments

  1. Tamara Hogan
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 11:56:11

    It’s hard to pick a favorite, but if pressed I’d have to select the series’ kickoff book, “Naked In Death.”

  2. Breiab
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 11:56:19

    I haven’t read a JD Robb book before,but winning this would make the experience that much more memorable. Way to go marketing team.

  3. Babs
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 11:58:28

    I love this marketing package — it really catches your attention! Tho wouldn’t want to be the poor intern having to create ‘blood spatter’ on the nightgowns and items in other evidence bags!

    J.D. Robb is actually an author who has been on my “to read” list for a shamefully long period of time but I just never seem to get around to picking up one of the books. Now that I’m living outside of the U.S. and don’t have my trusty public library I don’t know when I’ll get around to reading her…probably when next I am back in the States in about 2.5 years.

    Unless, of course, I score this prize!

  4. Kate Pearce
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 11:59:22

    I think it would be ‘Rapture in Death’ for me, because it’s the one where Eve and Roarke get married and we get to see the real Roarke at his worst.

  5. Shiloh Walker
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:00:47

    I am a JD Robb whore. I don’t enter too many contests, but I’ll jump on this one.

    One of my faves was Innocent in Death and it’s because Roarke screwed up.

    *G* That plain and that simple. I love the guy, but he messed up and it proved to me he’s a little more…human. I loved it.

  6. Lynette
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:06:27

    My favorite book has to be Naked in Death. I’ve re-read it a thousand times. Love this series, love how the world is set up. Love how each book slowly develops the relationship between Roarke and Eve. Can’t say anything bad about it.

  7. Joanne
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:13:41

    I may have contemplated for five seconds that I might actually wear the nightgown

    With all due respect Jane, it may be time for a little vacation.
    Please Do Not Wear Bloody Nightgown. ew

    Origin In Death. Because the plot (can’t say) was so fascinating, because Eve and Dr. Mira had an argument, which was unusual and because Roarke was having a difficult time planning his first Thanksgiving with family. And yeah, because Eve & Roarke had ‘missed you’ sex.

    It hit all the high points for me.
    My copy of Fantasy is pre-ordered and thanks for the contest.

  8. Lori S.
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:19:56

    It’s so hard to pick a fave, but I guess I’ll go with Vengeance In Death because it showcased the darker side of Roarke and Summerset’s prior lives.

  9. HeatherK
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:23:01

    Never read JD Robb, but have heard lots of good things about the books. And an evidence bag as promo? Definitely speaks this forensics/true crime junky’s language. I wanted to go into forensics in the worst of ways, but alas, life had other plans for me.

  10. Sewicked
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:26:52

    Would it be disingenuous to say ‘whichever one I’ve just read’? It would, huh? Oh well.

    I really liked the mystery in Innocent in Death and the relationship between Eve and Mavis in Immortal in Death.

    Frankly, I can re-read any of them, happily. I’ve been known to buy copies at UBS when I can’t find my copy; or to buy paperback copies of the ones that I have in hardback.

  11. Susan Laura
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:31:09

    I guess my favorite book must be the only one I re-read — Naked In Death. But the book that stands out for me in this series is Innocent in Death. As someone in an earlier post mentioned, Roarke is not so perfect in this story and seeing the relationship tested was incredibly interesting. It made the characters fresh again when in most of the other books the Eve/Roarke dynamic is very predictable.

  12. KellyB
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:35:32

    Naked in Death is always going to hold a special place in my heart, because it introduced me to Eve and Roarke. I *LOVE* this series! I re-read them all the time, they’re comfort-food reading. :)
    There’s a part of me that really wishes Nora Roberts would just stop writing all that “other” stuff & put out a couple more In Death books per year instead! :)

  13. Spav
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:43:28

    My favourite book was Promises in Death because it involved someone Eve and the team knew, and I also have a weak spot for Morris.

  14. tmb
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:44:26

    I have read ALL of the JD Robb books. I love them. My favorite is Innocent in Death. I loved the way Eve and Roarke had to look at their relationship and their pasts in that one.

  15. jmc
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:52:35

    I already have Fantasy pre-ordered, and I own a copy of Memory. But I’m still entering because I *love* the evidence bags as promo/PR/marketing/whatever.

    My favorite: Naked in Death, because, well, it came first. Other than NiD, the one that I reread most frequently is Judgment in Death. Am not entirely certain why. Also enjoy any In Death with Trueheart & Baxter involved in some way.

  16. TJB
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:54:34

    I think Divided is my favorite. You really see the tension that Roarke’s and Eve’s very different views of justice can create and yet they work it out.

  17. Jade
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 12:59:09

    I have not read any of the JD Robb books (though I am a HUGE Nora Roberts fan), but…I would like to win for my mother.

    Her birthday is on Mother’s Day again this year, and she would LOVE this. She is a huge JD Robb fan, and constantly re-reads the books, and I’m always on the look out for unique and meaningful gifts.

  18. GrowlyCub
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:01:42

    I’ve not been following as closely lately, but the comments about Innocent in Death made me curious, and lo and behold I own a copy… :)

    So far, I’d have to say the first one, Naked in Death because there’s nothing quite like finding a new story/voice that clicks.

  19. Stephanie Curry
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:08:57

    I love love love this series. Naked in Death if my favorite since it is the first time we meet Eve and Roarke. I love the dialogue between these two characters. I love even more that we get two books a year. A whole year would be too long to wait for these amazing books.

  20. Stephanie
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:10:46

    My favorite is Naked In Death because it was the first one

  21. Castiron
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:25:30

    I haven’t read any, because I’ve gotten the impression that the violence level is higher than I usually like reading. But I’d love to be able to give the evidence bags to our publicist and make her wish we had a bigger budget!

  22. Louise D
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:26:59

    I started at book2, got hooked, read book1, then read forward into the series. I gobbled them up as fast as I could. Then for some reason, I fell off the JD Robb wagon. Other books came along and Eve & Roarke were forgotten – till now. I’d love to get back on the wagon :)

  23. Willa
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:41:26

    Naked In Death – where it all started and we got our first sighting of Roarke!

  24. Heather
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:42:37

    I would have to say Naked in Death because it was the first one but I enjoyed them all.

  25. Lori
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:47:13

    I’m cranking through the books, but am only up to book 11. But I should be caught up in a few months, LOL. So far I think Rapture in Death is one of my top picks – it’s not often you see Roarke so vulnerable, and he was a mess in that one.

    I also like Loyalty in Death – it’s where Peabody & McNab finally get together, and she begins to appreciate not just Eve’s tenacity, but her compassion as well. Although reading it post 9/11 was a bit freaky!

  26. Pat
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:51:39

    Survivor In Death is my favorite J D Robb. Nixie is one of Robb’s most memorable characters. Her feelings and emotions were so well drawn. And of course, Eve’s reactions to children and babies is always interesting and even entertaining .

  27. Barb
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 13:52:14

    Naked In Death is probably my favorite because it all began…and of course the Irish man of my dreams is Roarke; this was their beginning and the start of a great series….I love them all; just keep them coming!

  28. Diana
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 14:08:24

    I’m still working my way through the series – I just started them last fall. I don’t think I have a favorite one yet.

    What I enjoy most about them is the relationship between Dallas and Peabody.

  29. Kim
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 14:08:40

    I have not read JD Robb yet but I would display the evidence bag at the Hickam Library as part “Women’s History Month” in March. This celebration is co-sponsored by the Library of Congress and Department of Defense. Clearly, Nora Roberts/JD Robb has made history with her impact on the publishing industry.

    After March, I would convert it into a traveling display for other military libraries on Oahu – Fort Shafter, Schofield Barracks, and Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe. She has a large fan base here who would enjoy seeing the display.

  30. Dana L
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 14:46:45

    The very first one Naked in Death is my favorite because it first introduced me to Eve’s world.

  31. Lobo
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 14:54:39

    My favourite is Witness in Death. Because it’s a tribute to a classic: Witness for the Prosecution and Robb/Roberts could really show she could do anything with this series.

  32. deirdre
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 14:55:25

    My favourite was Naked in Death as it was the first but what I love about the series is the developing characters, I often feel that reading them is like paying a visit with old friends!

  33. Riva
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 15:04:11

    MUST win this contest! I LOVE JD Robb. Probably my favorite In Death book is Survivor in Death. I actually had tears in my eyes for much of this one. Robb/Roberts sure can write!

  34. Diane V
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 15:13:18

    My favorite is “Conspiracy in Death” mostly due to Eve’s reaction when Roarke suggests she change her career from cop to mom after she’s in a serious depression after being suspended. Nothing was gonna knock sense into Eve quicker.

    But “Innocent in Death” is a close second when Eve talks about Roarke giving Magdalena the “fear of Roarke”. “You can do the fear of God thing, but see you can’t see Him and most people feel He’s not going to really – what is it – smite them. You, however, are flesh and blood, and would do a lot worse than a smite. You’re a lot scarier than God.” I still giggle every time I think about the “fear of Roarke.”

  35. sandyl
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 15:15:35

    I too am a JD Robb whore. I think my favorite is Judgment in Death. It has all the components I love: a good mystery, a little bit of Roarke’s past and some good tension between Eve and Roarke. A close second is Betrayal in Death.

  36. Bianca
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 15:20:55

    My favorite J.D. Robb was “Promises in Death.” It’s a very emotional and melancholy novel; I cried buckets while reading it. La Nora can certainly write, I’ll give her that! ;)

  37. CourtneyLee
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 15:26:05

    I love any In Death book that has lots of Roarke and his past in it, so (since I have to pick one) my favorite is Portrait In Death when he finds out about his real mother. I also love it because Roarke is floundering and Eve does the caretaking; it’s a great reversal of their usual roles.

    And please don’t enter me in the contest as I would really have no idea what to so with an evidence bag with a bloody nightgown.

  38. Beret
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 15:32:24

    My favorite has got to be “Born in Death.” Although NR puts humor in most of her books this particular book was laugh out loud, practically until you pee funny.

  39. mindy
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 16:14:48

    i have not read any but for a first one this looks fascinating

  40. Miranda Allen
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 16:22:29

    I would use this package on halloween

  41. Pat
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 16:25:27

    I am currently reading Reunion in Death book. My favorite so far, is Glory in Death because I have a fantasy that someone would give be a diamond as big as my thumb, so that I could become angry about it. (I wouldn’t stay angry long. *smile*)

  42. becca
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 16:28:37

    I agree with #16 – Divided in Death is my favorite, because it’s the first time Eve’s and Roarke’s very different sense of what’s *right* come into conflict. And it’s resolved perfectly, with neither of them compromising what makes them truly themselves, but which has their love for each other making the bridge that they needed to get off their respective islands. The Big Fight Scene is one of my favorites.

    I never win contests like this, and I’ve got Memory (I’ve got them all), but I think the promo package would be wonderful.

  43. Susan
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 17:13:53

    I would have to go with Naked in Death — the first book that introduced me to Eve and Rourke.

    Have read the entire series and look forward to the next one :)

  44. Sandra
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 17:31:07

    Betrayal in Death, I like the procedural aspect of it. You know who the murder is from the beginning, but I still love how Eve goes about catching him.

  45. Sheila
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 17:40:02

    I love the whole series but “Promises in Death” probably is my favorite! Thanks for having this great giveaway!!

  46. Donna
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 17:42:39

    Robb is always a good read, but “Naked in Death” will always be my favorite.

  47. susan
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 17:48:52

    Innocent in Death is a great book. And this evidence bag is one of the neatest giveaways! I would totally wear the nightgown!

  48. RandomRanter
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 17:56:38

    I’m a fan of Judgment in Death, in part because it make me cry.

  49. Sotheara
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 17:59:20

    NAKED IN DEATH is still my favorite book of series. It’s the book that started it all and introduce me to my all-time favorite couple, Eve and Roarke.

  50. Kim Fenner
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 18:02:51

    I love all JD Robbs books. They are in my keeper bookcase. I think Naked in Death was my favorite, but it’s like picking between your kids, you know?
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  51. Amanda
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 18:16:13

    Survivor in Death, I cry every time. Nixie just tears my heart out.

  52. azteclady
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 18:26:19

    I’ve read and own all of the In Death novels and short stories.

    My favorite is Survivor in Death. I think this is because during this one, Eve is forced to face herself as a victim, so to speak–and to rely on (and be thankful for!) Summerset.

    Frankly, it’s not easy to choose only one of these novels as the favorite, because I love the character development, both of Eve and Roarke, and of most of the secondary characters, through the series.

  53. Peggy P
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 18:40:07

    Wow, lots of people love Naked in Death and I do too but I equally love Glory in Death. The way Roarke pushes Eve for more, the break-up and then the getting back together, oh yeah, there’s a mystery in there too somewhere! I love all the In Death books and am glad NFR writes so fast, never too long a wait for the next book.

  54. Diana
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 18:48:21

    I’ve read and loved tons of Nora Roberts’ books, but I have not read those written under the name J.D. Robb! *hangs head in shame* I would love the evidence bag prize because I work in a library, and we could do an AWESOME J.D. Robb display with it.

  55. Jill Shalvis
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 19:15:53

    I love every single Nora book, and I’ve read them all, but my favorite will always be Naked In Death … I love me some Roarke!!

  56. hapalochlaena
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 19:31:52

    Naked in Death would have to be my favourite, simply because it was the first taste that led to the crack habit of the In Death universe. (Arrrggh, more!)

  57. debbielovesbooks
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 19:47:12

    Wow, hard to choose. But, as with so many, Naked in Death stands out. When I re-read it, I am impressed that La Nora has been so faithful to her “rules” and worldbuilding. The characters have grown, but all within the world first created for them. (Do you hear me J.R. Ward and Laurell K. Hamilton?)

  58. Lynnette
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 19:52:47

    I would also say Naked in Death. Not only is it the first book in the series, but its the introduction to Roarke, and who doesn’t love Roarke

  59. MarnieColette
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 20:14:08

    I love JD Robb and have all the books and short novella. Its hard to pick my favorite. Interlude in Death… because this was the first ever JD Robb I read. It started me on my addiction.

  60. marelou
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 20:19:18

    I would say the one that started it all: Naked in Death. I read Nora a lot and I was doubtful that I would like a futuristic police story from Nora. It was a slightly different voice from her then Harlequins and Rourke intrigued me

  61. Amber E.
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 20:57:06

    I love this series! My favorite book of the series would have to be “Naked In Death”, because this is the one that starts the whole series off. You get to meet Eve and Roarke for the first time, and see how they first meet and watch them fall in love.

  62. Linda Henderson
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 22:17:23

    This is one series that I can’t read fast enough. I’ve been known to stay up half the night to finish one. While I love them all, Naked In Death will probably always be a favorite because it introduced us to the main characters, Eve and Roarke. I hope there are many more In Death books to come. I would love to have an evidence bag to go with my collection of books.

  63. JessicaP
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 22:17:28

    I enjoy them when I read them, and I love the unabridged audio versions I’ve listened to, but i can see I have large gaps in the saga. I’d like to go back and read them all, start to wherever they end up, but my goodness. Thirty of them? Nora Roberts is an amazing talent to be so prolific, and so consistently good, with a series as beloved as this one. Roarke. Mmmmmmm mmmmmm. Thanks, but I don’t need to enter the contest.

  64. mary beth
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 22:20:07

    I love ALL the JD Robb books. Like marelou, I’d have to say Naked in Death is my favorite. It’s the beginning and I loved that the In Death books were different from anything I’d read before. The button he keeps is so romantic, and it comes up again in several of the later books.

  65. Donna S
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 22:46:42

    This is by far one of my favorite series. When I first started reading it, I couldnt believe I waited as long as I did and read all that were out at the time back to back. But as for a favorite book, I think I would have to say Naked in Death. The one that introduced us to these great characters and let us into their lives.

  66. Nadia Lee
    Feb 10, 2010 @ 23:17:00

    NAKED IN DEATH b/c that’s where I met Eve & Roarke. :-)

  67. GSM
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 00:12:18

    Like so many others here, I’ll say the first of the series, “Naked in Death,” is my favorite. The most recent two books of the series are so emotional and gut wrenching, I nearly chose one of them. Robb’s series keeps getting better.

  68. Mariska H
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 00:46:49

    I haven’t read any of JD Robb books. I would like to have this evidence bag prize will make me like CSI people :)

  69. Miki S
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 01:17:45

    It would be easier to tell you the two or three I like less than the rest, rather than pick favorites from the rest of them!

    (And please don’t enter me in the contest. I already own the eBook and would really rather it went to someone really, really wanted it to have the whole package!)

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  71. elisa
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 02:39:01

    I love them all, but like everyone else, I’d have to say Naked in Death. (And I miss the dead green people that used to be on covers!) that, or whichever one I’ve read last. (I’ve read them all but occasionally I reread one). If we go by that, it’d be Portrait in Death – especially the scene when Crack finds out about his sister.

  72. KTT
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 07:48:33

    Naked in Death, followed closely (generally, with rare exceptions) by whichever I just finished.

  73. A.F. Heart
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 08:45:06

    I have not read one of J.D. Robb’s mystery’s and I would like to know what all the fuss is about. Her mysteries seem to be everywhere anymore and I would like to know how good they are.

  74. Penfield
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 08:54:40

    I would say Naked in Death because it’s where Eve and Rourke begin.

  75. Patricia
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 09:28:09

    I have read all of the J.D. Robb’s, including the short stories/novellas that occasionally appear. I am completely hooked by the stories (although I will say that the author should have chosen a date at least a century further into the future). Naked in Death is my favorite since it introduces us to two very complex people who misunderstand each other at times but start a relationship as complex as each of them is. I love the characters, I love the police procedural, and the humor.

  76. Teresa W.
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 10:45:22

  77. Jason Nickolay
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 11:26:13

    I have never read any of the books, but what a great promotional package! I would love to add it to my bookshelf

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  78. has
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 13:06:28

    Has to be Naked in Death for me- I reread that book every year and its one of my all time favourites.

  79. Emmanuelle
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 14:14:56

    Naked In Death of course !! After all it’s the one that introduced me to a certain Roarke. Love at first line ;-)

  80. Malin
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 15:07:21

    Like so many others, I would have to choose Naked in Death, which is the book that introduced me to Eve and Roarke and got me totally hooked on the series.

    Love all the ones I’ve read so far.

  81. Linda
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 23:25:41

    While I have read them all and liked them all, if pressed, I would have to say Naked in Death. It is because it introduced Eve and Roarke, and shows the vulnerable side of their characters as they discover each other.

  82. Peggles
    Feb 11, 2010 @ 23:59:44

    I love Reunion in Death because of the battle of wits between Eve and Julianna.

  83. Lada
    Feb 12, 2010 @ 14:09:51

    I feel envious of readers who haven’t yet been introduced to Eve Dallas and her world. I hope they are paying attention and start with the first book in the series, Naked In Death since one of the biggest attractions of this series is how the characters and relationships evolve.

    Please don’t enter me in the contest since I have no need of what’s being offered. But besides NID (for obvious reasons), I’d probably chose Survivor in Death because Nixi is so memorable and because I feel like La Nora took the series to a whole new level starting with this one.

  84. NTE
    Feb 12, 2010 @ 15:25:13

    Survivor in Death is definitely my favorite, but there’s a lot (about 19) runners up for second.

  85. Tiffany
    Feb 12, 2010 @ 16:21:29

    I like Vengeance in Death because of all we learn about Eve and Rourke as a couple and individually. I like how they cope together.

  86. Tehani
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 06:28:13

    I don’t think I’m eligible to enter, being in Australia, but I’m going to cheat and say Fantasy in Death is my favourite (it’s already out here!). It’s got a very futuristic murder, which I love.

  87. Nastassia D.
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 17:33:24

    My favourite JD Robb book is Naked in Death because this is where Eve and Roarke met.I love Roarke, he is so hot.

  88. Vicki Wurgler
    Feb 13, 2010 @ 21:33:05

    I liked Promises in Death-I had to flip thru the pages real fast to see who done it

  89. Ladytink_534
    Feb 14, 2010 @ 00:18:24

    I’ve read the first two books and really liked them but Naked in Death was my favorite!

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  91. Debi
    Oct 15, 2010 @ 03:06:58

    I have read every J D Robb book (as well as every Nora Roberts book) and it’s utterly impossible for me to chose a favorite. I need only Loyalty in Death to complete my set in hardcover. I will be reading the entire 30 books over again in order.

    Thank you Nora Roberts for many hours of reading bliss

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