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“S” is for Silence by Sue Grafton

Tuesday, 27 December 2005 Leave a comment Go to comments

Fiction: Modern Detective. Unabridged Audio from Random House Audio. 12 hours and 7 minutes. Published in 2005. Recorded in 2005. Read by Judy Kaye. Purchased from Audible.com.

I finished this latest Kinsey Millhone Mystery a while back, but life conspired to keep me from getting it blogged. My mom introduced me to this series several years ago, and I’ve read quite a few of them since then. If you aren’t familiar with the Kinsey Millhone Mysteries, they begin with “A” is for Alibi, and work their way through the alphabet, to the latest offering “S” is for Silence. They are not deep reading by any stretch, but are a pleasing example of the genre.

For more information on Sue Grafton and her Alphabet Series visit: www.suegrafton.com

Publisher’s summary:
Thirty-four years ago, Violet Sullivan put on her party finery and left for the annual Fourth of July fireworks display. She was never seen again.

In the small California town of Serena Station, tongues wagged. Some said she’d run off with a lover. Some said she was murdered by her husband.

But for the not-quite-seven-year-old daughter Daisy she left behind, Violet’s absence has never been explained or forgotten.

Now, 34 years later, she wants the solace of closure.

To buy from amazon.co.uk, click here: “S” Is for Silence
from amazon.com, click here: “S” is for Silence
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