U is for Undertow by Sue Grafton

Filed under:Kinsey Millhone,Mystery,Series — posted by Randolph on July 9, 2010 @ 4:02 pm

U is for Undertow by Sue GraftonAfter more than 20 years, a young man appears at Kinsey’s office and asks her to investigate something he saw. Two men burying something when he was six years old. He believes it was related to a 20-year old kidnapping turned murder. During the investigation, they find a pet dog buried in the hold and that the man has a history of manipulation and a penchant for lying. However, the twists and turns lead to an interesting investigation and the death of the young man.

This is the 21st book in the alphabet murder series, and it is as good as any of them. The book is well written and engaging, the mystery is good. Side issues abound in Kinsey’s life, and this time her love interests are absent but her new relations are involved again as she learns more about her aunt/guardian and distant relatives.

Now I’m patiently waiting for V.

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