Sue Grafton still manages to make me smile with her continuing Kinsey Millhone Saga. I've grown accustomed to the stories and the characters. That doesn't mean 'bored' just like a comfortable shoe that has been down the same path a couple of dozen, or 22, times. I know where we are going and I'm enjoying the trip and it's not such a long trip that my feet get tired before making it to the end.I love Judy Kaye as well, she is to me
The Narrator, Judy Kaye
Judy Kaye does a fantastic job with all the parts.
This is time well spent with fictional friends!
no, I had to be in a quiet place with my headset on to hear this book, I was really disappointed in the sound quality, I thought it would be the same as a book on Dvd
Even if you've never read earlier Kinsey books, you'll dig it. So much going on...and Kinsey is so human...great read.
Kaye captures the sarcastic, conflicted Kinsey wonderfully.
The way all threads of the story tied together at the end
I have fully reviewd this book at amazon.com
The end when Dante and his lady love were reunited
What I didn't like about this book was the lack of persoanl storyline for Kinsey. There is a sense of either apathy or depression around her. With three books left, she needs to meet someone and go happily into the
I haven't kept up with this series but thought I'd check this out since 'Z' is getting close. One can only pray she stops there. Plodding, trite, same blah blah details over and over again. I stuck with it only with the hope of an ending that might make it worth it. No such luck. This reads like writing it was a chore, done only to satisfy a contract with a publisher. Hang it up Sue.
I have not read it but I do feel this narrator brings Kinsey's personality and quirks to life.
It was told through the eyes of the different characters which made the story more interesting than the others I have read of Grafton. Better Character development, more interesting plot for the genre.
Some narrators ruin a good book, but Judy Kaye is perfect for this series.
I am happy to see that Sue Grafton has grown her character Kinsey Millhone. It is so easy for an author who has a big fan base to write basically the same story over and over but Sue Grafton has taken the time to develop all the characters in this book and come out with an ending that ties the story together. Actually I had not planned to purchase this book as I was rather tired of the Grafton formula but I am glad I did as in my opinion this was her best.