I knew it had to happen sometime; I’d find myself reading a Kinsey Millhone mystery that I’d read before…. after all, I didn’t discover Sue Grafton’s heroine with A is for Alibi (which it looks like I’ve managed to overlook!) – I suspect that I thought Q is for Quarry was just an interesting title. So here we are, re-reading a crime story but this time with 16 books-worth of character development and background information, all of which makes certain parts more enjoyable (Henry’s love interest) and other parts more significant (the appearance of Aunt Susanna). I’m not racing through it however….
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