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Nora Roberts Writing Styles in Naked in Death

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Point of View

The novel is written in the third person point of view. The novel has several point of view characters, but the main narrator is Eve Dallas. Dallas shares not only her observations, but her thoughts and emotions with the reader, making the point of view omniscient. There are a few points in the narration, however, when the narrator is clearly not Dallas. One of these moments is when the reader sees Lola Starr die. The reader sees this death through Lola's point of view as well as the killer's, hinting at the identity of the killer and giving insight into the method and motives associated with the murder.

The point of view of this novel works well with the plot. The point of view allows the reader to see and feel everything Dallas feels, giving the reader the same clues as to the identity of the...

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