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Gayle posts on 5/16/2009 2:36:07 PM I am a happy fan of all Ms Grafton's books. Just checking in to see if there is another one in the works. I hope she and her loved ones are all in good health.
arlene posts on 5/1/2009 8:51:35 PM P is for peril I read the 1st half on Books by Audio, then fell and shattered my elbow broke my noes and got a concussion. Read the rest of the book and got confused by the end. The supposed ins investigator was a sister of whom? I guess I forgot some of the details, but don't have patience now to re read book. Please help I guess a concussion can screw up memory. Think I'll wait awhile to read anything else Thanks Arlene
Janice posts on 4/24/2009 3:14:24 PM I loved S is for Silence, but examining Kinsey's logic Idon't get how Tom Padgett's buying Violet a dog a month before her death would prove he killed Violet



evelyn posts on 3/29/2009 3:23:07 PM but i have a question for people out their who is the really killer i didnt get it caN SOMEBODY HELP ME
Suzanne Cummins posts on 3/20/2009 4:34:26 PM I think that there is something of a logical inconsistency with the subplot involving Melvin Downs. We find out that the Fredricksons have lied about their accident on page 282 when Kinsey speaks to Lettie Bowers. But then Kinsey still serves Melvin on page 317, mentions nothing about the circumference of facts she has unfolded, and then laments not being able to tell him the deposition will no longer be necessary at the end of the book when the case is dropped without it. We never even hear her discussion with Effinger about the new evidence from Bowers. Sue Grafton usually has smoother lines. This one just seems a bit contrived in its disorder.
NORMA posts on 2/14/2009 1:31:59 PM DENRO55- You're welcome! Paperbackswap is my number one source for new reading material. I love swapping with other readers who share my interests.
denro55 posts on 2/14/2009 8:39:29 AM To Norma - thanks for the great link!
selma posts on 2/8/2009 5:24:44 PM Though, well-written, I didn't care for T. I thought the Millhone character had a real edge to her and gone was the easy-going, likeable and almost laid back woman. To be replaced by someone who judged others and was frankly mean. I'm glad I didn't buy this one, just got it from library.
chris cox posts on 2/7/2009 8:35:04 AM When is a "U" book coming out??? I guess I just read her books too fast. I am now going to start over with "A" and hope "U" has come out by the time I get to "T" again...I am sure I will hate Sonja just as much the 2nd time.
nancy posts on 2/6/2009 2:10:55 AM I am listening to T is for Trespass, on the way back and forth to work, I love this book and the Nurse is driving me crazy; as I work in the gero psych field, Nontheless, this is a great read;
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