I've read all of Grafton's series, and I think I enjoyed this one the most so far. Her wry humor is really just clicking in this book, and I found I was giggling to myself in my car on the way to work.
It was also nice that Kinsey finally got to go shopping, and get out of those jeans and black turtlenecks! I liked the love story part of this, and I say it's about time she got to do some fun stuff.
Even at five and a half hours this book dragged on and on, with preposterous plot twists, a foray into the Russian mob with a mysterious government informant, and the main character going around accusing half the characters of murder before getting it right. What are supposed to be stunning relevations at the end come out dry and unbelievable. Don't waste your time or money.
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