I like Kinsey Milhone, and that is partly in thanks to readers Mary Peiffer and Judy Kaye. I love both of their voices and , to me, they Are Kinsey. A reader can either enhance a book or ruin it. I have had many audio books that I just couldn't listen to because of the reader.
I also love Sue Grafton's detective. She is smart and funny, capable and tough while still having a feminine softness, I like that, it's like a real woman not someone trying to act like man.
Even though she's written 26 books with the same character, I still enjoy her writing & sense of humor. Nothing deep or mysterious, just enjoyable reading. Always good readers.
We love to listen to the Kinsey Milhone stories while traveling or running around town on weekends. For years we've listened to Judy Kaye, but now for some reason they've changed to this reader and she just doesn't do Kinsey justice. We had some stories from the library read by this new reader and took them all back without listening. Very disappointing. Bring back Judy Kaye!
Lovely story where Kinsey gets emotionally involved with her client. When he is killed, she continues to investigate to finds out who is behind it.
Another fun adventure for the heroine, Kinsey Millhone. Not as lighthearted as the By-the-Numbers series by Janet Evanovich, but still a good read.
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