Love her books and Judy Kaye puts you right in the midst of the story.
Of all the Grafton books this one was the most sweet hearted, perhaps showing Kinsey's true desire to see other's emotionally happy!
Another fabulous Sue Grafton book. Love Judy Kaye as the narrator.
I really enjoy Sue Grafton as an author and love Judy Kaye as a narrator. I enjoyed this book and could recommend it although I'm seeing some duplication from her past books. My favorite Sue Grafton book is Q for Quarry but this was an enjoyable book.
I loved this book. I've read all the others (first time listening to one), it was great. I'm look forward to Y.
Great book! Intriguing and suspenseful...as always!
Found this book hard to follow.To many characters
lead to confusion into which of the story lines the narrator was talking about
Have read & enjoyed all of books, but this one didn't "draw me in" like the others
Glad to see Kinsey moving into the computer world. Always a good read
I have read all of Sue Grafton's books and loved them all--have always looked forward to the next one--great little mysteries with wonderful recurring and new characters. This one was the first one I listened to and loved the way Kinsey sounded--had always imagined how she would sound and this voice, I thought, fit her to a t. Loved it. Only "Y" and "Z" to go--what will we do?!
Enjoyed book very much. I've listened to other books she has written. One of my favorite authors.
I always loved Kinsey milhone how ever it's spelled. I just wish she had a voice that matched her age. In my head it was sexier.
I really liked this book. I loved Kinsey's character and how the book followed several cases at once.
I have read all of Sue Grafton's books and love them, X was no exception and once again I was said to end the story. Already looking for to Y.
Sue Grafton always great read. Judy Kaye is Kinsey.
Kept my attention but the narrator's voice doesn't fit the character
Excellent Grafton is back. Best novel since T. Hope there is a wrong up on the chat, tor Lowe.