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Q Is for Quarry

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Sue Grafton

Narrated By: Judy Kaye

Publisher: Random House (Audio)

Date: October 2002

Duration: 12 hours 41 minutes

Summary:

Based on an unsolved 1969 homicide, this latest Kinsey Millhone case puts her on the trail of the murderer of a young "Jane Doe, " whose body was discovered 18 years ago near a quarry off California's Highway 1. The original detectives want one last shot to solve the case, and they turn to Kinsey to help identify the girl and find her killer.

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  • Amy F.

    Loved it! Love Judy Kaye!

  • Jerry D

    I really enjoyed this book. Judy Kaye is so entertaining!

  • N Brockelman

    Great books. Cleverly written.

  • Anonymous

    Average book. Her novels are very predictable and all seem the same

  • Kathy B

    This was an enjoyable, easy-to-listen-to Kinsey Milhone. I have only read a few of her books, but I enjoy her style and method of detecting. Although she is self-deprecating at times, she still manages to do almost everything right. I also enjoy the narrator's 'voice of Kinsey' and will work my way through the series.

  • Christina Clay

    I imagined Kinsey Milhone's voice deeper, but the reader, whose name I do not know, had everything else so close that I forgot about that after awhile. Kinsey stopped growing as a character many books back, so the stories are driven by how likeable she is and the interest of the plots. This one had enough twists and turns to keep me interested and Kinsey is as engaging a person as always.

  • Claire

    This is my fourth Grafton alpha series book. They are all beginning to sound the same.

  • Piper Dixon

    This again was a winner. Sue Grafton is a wonderful writer and a true word smith. She takes us in with her detective Kinsey Milhone so real and honest, then gives us the ride of our lives. We are kept on the edge of our seats till the very end. I can't wait till I listen to "S" is for Silence.

  • Nanette

    This is the best Sue Grafton book ever!! Having read every book since "A", this has to be my favorite one!! I must for any fan of Kinsey!!