I see why Ms Grafton publishes a new book every two years as opposed to others who put them out every month or so. This book was a masterpiece of familiar characters, intricate plotting and good old research. Wonderful book.
Not the usual detective "who dun it", but a captivating story, told with compassion. Up to the author's standards (high).
Well worth the time, and well performed by the narrator. I can hardly wait to see what Ms. Grafton does with X, Y, and Z.
I have always been a fan of Sue Grafton, have read all the Kinsey Milhone books. "W" is for Wasted is the longest, windiest book of hers I have ever read, so much so I'm about ready to quit and do something I have never done----stop listening and fast forward to the end! The story is "OK", you do want to know what happens but the on and on and on gets to you!
Kinsey is a well developed character masterfully written by Grafton and brought yo life by Judy Kaye. Don't miss this series.
More distinctive characters, places, etc.
I couldn't tell if I had heard this book before or not it was so bland and similar to her other books.
I have listened to many already and hope for more memorable books from her.
I do enjoy the way Sue Grafton takes you through Kinsey's day. It's different and one can really get into it after a while.