Naked in Death

What is the main conflict in Naked in Death by Nora Roberts?

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Naked in Death is the first in the Death series by writer Nora Roberts, writing under the pseudonym J.D. Robb. In this first novel, Eve Dallas investigates the murder of Sharon DeBlass, the daughter of a senator who worked as a licensed prostitute for no reason other than to embarrass her influential family. As Dallas begins the investigation, she discovers clues that this may be the first of six killings planned by the killer. In a rush to catch the killer before five other women die, Dallas finds herself hindered by people who should be most interested in the closing of the case, including the victim's own grandfather. Naked in Death is a futuristic mystery novel that transcends multiple genres, leaving the reader breathless to the final page.