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I became a kind of a fan of Sue Grafton. I liked it altouhg is is not the book of the year.
Loved this edition to the saga. It was especially fun to see the changes in Kinsey's attitude toward family and history as it has evolved over the "years." As before, I finished envying people who haven't read the whole series because they have so much to look forward to.
Every time I buy Sue Grafton's latest book I wonder if she can keep me coming back. She not only keeps me coming back but I tend to want to go back and reread or listen to her other books after I listen to her latest.
This is another wonderfully written story narrated by the superb Judy Kaye.
I can only wish that Sue Grafton would release more sooner, but perhaps that would only deminish her absolutely spectacular story telling.
There are many surprises here in store for the listener (reader). Thank you Sue for another jewel.
This one involves my favorite things, cold cases. I am satisfied that it is not a serial killer. And on top of that our lady dective gets some peace of mind.
I think it could have been two hours longer. I would like to see the sister called out and a few other clean ups.
This book is not among the best in this series. While enjoyable, there was little suspense since the villains were revealed fairly early in the story. The narrator was excellent