While I’m travelling around for about a week, I’ve not been able to get as much reading done as I usually like. So, instead of a new review on Mystery Monday, I’m going to reblog one from a bit over a year ago that perhaps many of you won’t have read because it was a time when I had very few followers. It is by one of my favourite mystery writers, Sue Grafton, and her P.I. Kinsey Millhone. For the life of me, I can’t remember how I came up with the title for this post — the “G” was for Grafton and I think the last half is from a note in one of the victim’s pockets; I’m glad I started using just the book titles. Here it is:
Sue Grafton‘s mystery series about private detective Kinsey Millhone has been making its way through the alphabet and is getting into the tricky letters now (I can’t wait to see what she comes up with for “X” and “Z”). Her latest in mass paperback, W is for Wasted, has Kinsey backtracking to tell how two dead bodies, one, a homeless man dead of natural causes and one a murder victim, a detective she had sometimes worked with albeit reluctantly (two deaths seemingly unrelated) were to dramatically impact her life.
It’s very easy to participate in my Mystery Monday meme. Just post a review of your latest mystery read on your own site, and then a comment on my post with a link to yours. Drag or copy my meme logo and add it to your post along with these few rules. Simplicity itself! I look forward to learning about more great mysteries to add to my ever-growing list of To Be Read.