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  1. says:

    3.499999 stars rounded to 3 since that s my only option due entirely to the laws of fractions and decimals for the twenty first book, U Is for Undertow, a mystery published in 2009 by author Sue Grafton.When I first stumbled upon this series, I was super excited that there would be 26 books by the same author, all about the same character But as I started reading the series, as much as I loved it, you could tell it gets a bit harder and harder to keep up with the creativity Grafton does a good job at this, and I suspect since she knew there would be 26, it was planned out fairly well in advanced at least enough to know it could sustain the plethora of content to come Sometimes the antics remind me a bit of Scooby Doo.U is for Undertow is nearing the end of the series, but it is still a good book It starts off with quite an intro to the mystery A man begs Kinsey to investigate and she slowly realizes who he is, a bit famous for some things going on around a few years prior and she has to investigate a rather interesting family What s great about this series is the character of Kinsey doesn t age much...


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    Don t worry If you aren t sure what the difference between an undertow and a riptide is, Kinsey will tell you in excruciating detail She will also give you the statistics on at least three towns including the population and every business there In one town history, she even lets us know about the Homestead Act It s a history buff s wet dream And, there is the usual lists of things In one store, she listed over 20 items that they carried Here s how I think things went down when Sue Grafton was researching her books Hello, I m the famous author, Sue Grafton You might remember me from such books as, B is for Boredom or R is for Red Pen which I ve never seen in my life Don t even think about it, publishers I was wondering if you could explain the process of welding to me in great detail Don t spare anything no matter how inconsequential it seems I will be taking exact notes and putting it in my next famous book word for word Dude in welding mask Um, sure, I can do that Is your book about a welder SG No, not at all My main character will be driving through town and will notice someone welding ...


  3. says:

    I have been a consistent fan of Sue Grafton s alphabet series, and this particular book was relatively convoluted in terms of plot and style There are several incidents of violence and even murder quite dissimilar from past novels Grafton crafts the plot by transitioning between 1988, 1963 and 1964 with several points of view, including Kinsey s first person narrative Grafton skillfully executes the plot and manages to retain a semblance of the original, sassy Kinsey Millhone Kinsey is hired to investigate the disappearance of a young child two decades in the past, and despite the weak and shaky evidence her client presents, she embarks in search of clues, determined to find a resolution The shifts in time frame allow the reader to gain a vivid idea of how and why certain events transpired Grafton sticks mainly with the story and presents it well, but she fails to engage in the us...


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    I could just say, the best one yet and be correct, but that seems a little too simple I started reading this alphabet series after Grafton had written four of them I loved her descriptions of everything and felt like I was sitting on a park bench in Santa Teresa I still feel that way I met Sue Grafton at a book signing once She had spoken about how she received letters from people admonishing her about how much Kinsey swore She reacted by having Kinsey swear less, but felt uneasy about it Eventually she decided that Kinsey swore because that s who she was and Grafton stopped trying to fix it.In the last couple of books, I felt that Kinsey had hit her stride She is who she is so to speak and she s comfortable with it and so is Grafton I loved this book and the only bad thing is...


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    I enjoyed this mystery Thought it was really good But I always enjoy Sue Grafton Glad I got to read another of her books It was a very involved story with time changes, etc to tell it but when it finally got to the end, it went ver...


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    Kinsey works on a case involving a kidnapping that occurred 20 years previously A young man, who thinks he remembers something about the case, hires Kinsey to help him It turns out the man isn t the most trustworthy, but Kinsey feels there is some truth to what he says The 21st book in the Kinsey Millhone series This book i...


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    Ok, I love this series, and with a few exceptions, I really liked each and every one I think L is my least favorite, and I wasn t overly thrilled with O, or Q But this, her latest book, is outstanding Kinsey Milhone is a unique and strong character, and that s one of the things I love about this series On one hand, she dislikes socializing, but has a few really good friends she loves to hang out with Her landlord, Henry, is a doll He is 80 something and has three brothers in their 90 s Or one is in his 80 s, I can t remember They are robust elder gentlemen and often provide Kinsey with a sounding board Married to one of the brothers is Rosie who owns the Hungarian restaurant Kinsey loves, and she s a character in her own right, strong and bossy My only criticism of this book might be that we didn t see enough of Henry and the bunch, but you can get an ample dose from some of her other books Despite Kinsey s often jaded outlook on life, she still finds little things fascinating, and has a common sense approach to l...


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    Kinsey s case for U centers on a cold case One that intersects with the people from her Senior Year in h.s class Which is one of those aspects, her town s size and placement that I ve always liked about this series A locale big enough to get lost within, but not too big that you don t jut up against a rock or two of decades old acquaintances, after effect, and fall out during your harbor of life Friendships tend to stronger memory in a town that size, IMHO 50,000 100,00 is just about perfect.But here we go to my reaction LOVED it To a point of a 4.5 star and I did consider this particular entire to be a short peg from 5 star in this exact genre THIS LATE IN THE ALPHABET It seems shocking There have been than a couple that I thought barely a 3 star and filled with melodrama, so I left most of the last half of the alphabet unread But to return to U is for Undertow this well mazed level of who dun it after a couple decades length for any book series It s than an awesome accomplishment Sue Grafton heads or joins many writers groups and has proven herself above the women DI copper mystery writer genre fare of multitudes Time and again she has aided other writers This one surpasses Characters, core personalities, plots, motivations All here so fitting like ...


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    I thought this was an interesting idea of the boy who cried wolf and then would not be believed It was told from different view points, the past and present and different characters and that made it interesting What I don t quite get and which the book didn t explain was how the the boy who cried wolf could have been telling the truth whe...


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    There is a character in Sue Grafton s 21st book of her Kinsey Millhone series who is taking a class in creative writing His teacher specifically chides him for creating characteristics, not characters The teacher then goes on with specifics, pointing out that by writing out of his head and not his gut, the student failing to establish a connection between writer and reader This, I believe, is Grafton s secret of why her novels stand out above the rest in the genre She writes from the heart and researches everything she includes in her narratives if she hasn t experienced them first hand Others have tried to emulate her, most flagrantly, Janet Evanovich, even to copying Grafton s method of titling, employing numbers instead of the alphabet But no one has ever come close to creating a series so complex and intriguing, in which each book could possibly stand on its own Somewhere around K is for Killer, I saw Grafton in person, and she said that as long as there was an alphabet, she d be in print because people, being as compulsive as they are, go right back and start with A is for Alibi no matter which letter they start with I started with C and, yes, went back and read the other 2 that preceded it.Grafton has enhanced her prose by no longer employing ...