I have always liked Sue Grafton's books particularly the Kinsey Millhone series. I was real sorry to see that Sue Grafton died at age 77 from cancer before she was able to complete the final book in this series. Recently, I finally got around to renewing my library card and am now taking advantage of being able to download Kindle books from the library starting with Kinsey Millhone. And, as I remembered, these novels do not disappoint!
Was not my fav book or author.Too much of nothing to get to the end. Blah!!
Was Sue Grafton always this bad a writer? Is it series fatigue? 25% repetition from earlier books, 10% gross anachronisms, turgid prose, hokey dialogue, predictable plot developments, improbable ending... yeesh.
I plan to skip the rest of the alphabet...
This easy page turner is a delight. Ms G's voice and pace have not deteriorated at all as she makes her way through the alphabet.
Having read all of Sue Grafton's book I was eager to read her latest and enjoyed it thoroughly as usual.Kinsey Millhone is unchanged and a lot of fun as usual.
Another good one from Grafton. This one is interesting because it weaves in and out of various decades to finally reach the end.
EXCELLENT book: As always, Sue Grafton keeps the reader on the edge, until the final words of the book to solve the mystery
I haven't read a Sue Grafton in a long time, and needed an escape so picked up U. I was surprised by how readable and competent this book was, and how enjoyable to drift along through an interesting, suspenseful story.
one of Graftons better ones!! Kept the reader spellbound.
Loved this book! The format keeps it interesting and fresh. I was so into this one that I actually made PB and pickle sandwiches for myself - and they taste great too!
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