I'm getting tired of novels nowadays all seeming to insist on including a lot of gratuitous foul language. It was, however, an interesting story.
College dropout Michael Sutton hires PI Kinsley Millhone to find the spot where he believes he saw kidnappers bury a young girl years ago. The plot is compelling, but Grafton frequently skips to new characters making the story hard to follow, especially on audio CD.
I stopped reading Sue Grafton for years because she'd become so formulaic. This novel breaks the mold. A lot of the story is told from the points of view of the perpetrators - it's much more interesting that way and intensifies the moral predicament at the heart of the story.
Not great, but still entertaining. 6 of 10 for me.
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