Festive in Death: I'm finally getting around to catching up on this series. I thought this was a nice and solid addition to the series. I just love Roarke and Eve and their friends. Lots of humor and mystery to be had!
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Definitely not my favorite of the series. It was longer than it needed to be and took too long to get to the point. I listened to the audio-book and kept zoning out. I did finish it because I liked the scenes with Pru and Christopher. Although Pru's ignorance about what goes into a wedding was annoying. Given her age, I had a hard time buying it. I will continue with the series though.
Morgue: A Life in Death: While not as good as Working Stiff, I still found this book interesting. I liked Dr. DiMaio's honest take on death and his job. Intertwined with the stories of his cases, he gives a nice narrative about how his father became a medical examiner and how it influenced his own path in that same field. There were a few parts that were slow. But I liked the mix of cases that he presented. Definitely worth a look.
Flawless: It always makes me sad when an author I love puts out a book that is just OK. I did read the whole book, but I kind of felt like the author was phoning this one in. It just lacked something that I can't put my finger on. Fans will probably want to pick this one up. Just don't expect her usual quality.