The narrator is no Judy Kaye. I am going to make my way thru the alphabet series on Audible as I already have in print, so this is my starting point, ..Show More »
I actually had not heard this since it was first out on Books on Tape a looooong time ago and wanted to hear it again! To me it was actually fun to he..Show More »
I like Sue Grafton because her books are interesting but you don't have to think too hard to follow the story. Each book stands alone, but they're be..Show More »
…not because I didn’t like the book – I liked it a lot - but because my review won’t tell you anything about the story.
If you are already a ..Show More »
Well, written. Funny at times. Reflective points. Poignant. Just a good fun read. I'm hooked on the whole alphabet!
Yes. The book makes me laugh as well as try to figure out who the bad guy is.
Typical great Sue Grafton story, but the sound editing was terrible. There are long sound gaps between sentences that break the flow of the story. I..Show More »
This book ends so fast that it truly lacks finality. You're listening along and within seconds the whole thing is wrapped up and the listener is left..Show More »
Another great story from Sue Grafton. Keeps you wondering as to "who done it"! Now I am on to "J".
Have to disagree with the other reviewer....Show More »
Never Mary Peiffer!!!!!! She totally put me to sleep.
It's almost worth skipping this one. If Grafton's character development didn't take place over multiple novels, I would. As it is, you probably shou..Show More »
After a couple less than worthy entries in the Kinsey Millhone series (J & K), Sue Grafton roars back with a nicely diverting addition. Yes, you will..Show More »
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..Show More »
yes, we all know she has to write 26 books and some have been disappointing, but this one was really one of her much better efforts -- you don't know ..Show More »
I have listened to the Millhone books starting with A and having just finished O. First let me tell you that if you are considering reading any book ..Show More »
In a Sue Grafton, nothing is irrelevant! I love what Judy Kaye does with the character's voice and tone. This was a great read.
It's such an easy listen. Perfect length for a trip. I can never wait for the next letter!
I have listened my way through Sue Grafton's alphabet and been rewarded with better and better tales. This is no exception.
This is a nice l..Show More »
Good mystery, but no development of other regular characters and relationships. Well read.
Grafton missed the literary ship on this novel. It was boring with static, uninteresting characters. The plot plodded along without twists and turns ..Show More »
Who'd a thunk it? 21 installments into a series and, far from being a return to a comfort zone, Sue Grafton's latest effort is something of a departur..Show More »
I believe Sue Grafton just gets better with time. Kinsey Millhone is an interesting character that never fails to hold my attention. A well conceived..Show More »