interesting but long
The epilogue was one of the best parts of the book.
Oh yes, Judy Kaye is Kinsey.
Some people have complained about how the third person narrative is tedious but it does help with the story. It tended to drag in some parts but this was one of the better books in the series.
Not her best
Not really. Was too predictable and ending a bit to quickly.
As with all of Sue Grafton books it was an enjoyable listen. However I felt this one to be a bit weak in the writing with a too quickly contrived ending.
Even though I felt this not to be one of her best, I'll still be looking forward to the next one.
I did not enjoy the narrator of this book. Words were sometimes drawn out syllable by syllable in a pronunciation that was totally contrived. The ironic, sometimes irreverent, attitude of Kinsey was lost in the stilted portrayal of the narrator. I almost stopped listening but forced myself to continue because I've read all of the other Kinsey Millhone books. I'm sure that I would have enjoyed just reading the book rather than listening to this audio version.
The way the author switched back & forth between the two characters' deaths. If it hadn't been done this way I'm not sure I would've enjoyed it.
When the boggarts got their revenge. I totally forgot abou twhat happened until they retaliated.
The sarcasm & well thought about characters in her voice, but I didn't think from her voice she was the age the main character was supposed to be. She sounded a lot older.
The end. I always like a good ending so I don't feel like I wasted my time listening;-)
No, once is enough.
It is most similar to other Kinsey Millhone novels by sue grafton. Kinsey is a very unique character.
Actually, I enjoyed the reflections and the end eulogy about the homeless.
Judy Kaye is always fabulous.
It's about time for Kinsey!
Kinsey, she works hard.....and finally for the money!
A good story line.
One of the best of the Kinsey Milhon series
Big plot twist 1/3 into the story.
I have liked Kinsey Millhone stories for a long while, starting from "A" (for Alibi). In my opinion, the character is really attractive and the stories are pretty enjoyable. This one has not been disappointing.
Kinsey, of course.
I am willing to complete the alphabet. Unfortunately, only 3 letters left.
Good story plot and interesting characters. Ranks as very enjoyable
It was good and more complex than her prior one or two
Love that gal
I was disappointed in her lasttwo, but she's got it in this one
Absolutely. Judy Kaye is the only voice for Kinsey. As we get closer to Z it is interesting to see Kinsey mature and change from when we started at A.
As always this is a very good listen for a long car trip or for day to day listening as you go about your errands. The surprises in the story are wonderful when you come upon them and Kinsey continues to meet life from her own special perspective. I can wait for the next 3. Then what will I do?