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Grandma Barbara said:
Told from three different points of view, this book, like the “U” mystery, seems to be inflated to be a fat book; "V" also seems to be trying for a mainstream novel plot. We have the mafia, we have rich bored women with their gossip and affairs, and we have the little good-hearted but dangerous crook. We have a LOT of product placement. The character of Kinsey is flat and uncertain, the situations contrived. Kinsey tells us every turn she takes while driving, every step she takes while cleaning, every thing she eats. I would say Grafton needed the aid of a much stronger blue pencil - but in that case she’d end up with a short story. Very disappointing.
posted Dec 5, 2011 at 2:37PM
Westonka Winter Jackets Recommends said:
I always enjoy her books. Easy to follow and a great story.
posted Feb 13, 2012 at 6:39PM
Wayne Petersen said:
I wish Kinsey were real, I’d love to take her out for a quarter-pounder.
posted Apr 24, 2012 at 7:12PM
Kinsey turns in a shoplifter while buying new ‘undies’ on sale and so begins her twenty-second story on her nearly 38th birthday. It’s a tangled web of plots involving stolen goods, the Mob, unexplained suicides, betrayal, and revenge with characters both new and appearing again. This mystery has more pages and a more intricate plot than some of Grafton’s series. I thought it was very well done and just turned page after page to the finish.
posted Jun 2, 2012 at 4:40PM
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Turned in a woman she caught shoplifting, only to discover she jumped off a bridge two days later; got punched in the face for her birthday.