Author: Sue Grafton
Review by: Liza D.
This one may be Grafton's best yet. While Kinsey has lost some of her endearingly goofy qualities, she is becoming an even more appealing character, in my opinion. Her little black dress that she stuffs in her purse did not come up, but she still enjoys peanut butter and olive sandwiches. I guess we all grow up sometime, and so do our favorite fictional characters. I enjoyed that there was more of her relationship with her neighbor and landlord, Henry, in this book. I enjoy that character a lot. And I think this plot was very interesting, albeit frightening. But, that was the point, wasn't it?!