The stock of family memories is filled with nothing but bitterness, and the prodigal son will find no comfort at the Malek table. If there's one thing that goes hand-in-hand with bad blood, it's murder; and that's just around the corner.
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©1996 Sue Grafton; (P)1997 Random House, Inc.
really didn't notice the difference between the narrators, both Kay and Peiffer catch the essense of Graftons writing and bring it to life.
made a long trip shorter.
I don't want to sound malicious about this Millhone edition, but part one of M is for Malice is abundant with inane details so bland that I felt as if were peering through a window of a slow moving train into a lifeless and unchanging landscape, destination: Land of Nowhere. I seriously debated throwing myself from the train in a frantic escape, but, gritting my teeth, I continued the journey. Upon entering part two, I was richly rewarded. With relief, I saw that the sun had come out and that the landscape had brightened. In part two, I felt as if I were an inconspicuous shadow within the story, completely enthralled in all that Millhone saw, heard, said, thought and felt. It was well worth the wait.
Loved it this is her best book yet. The tri-angle was an interesting twist along with many others.
Always holds my interest. Like the returning characters & their stories. Really like Kinsey Milhone's character. Like Sue Grafton's style. Usually always has parts that tug at your heart strings.
Loved the surprise ending! Had no idea.
It is another good read in St Theresa.
A nice pace, good character development and the reader is perfect for the book
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