N is for Noose
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Hard Boiled
Series: Kinsey Millhone (#14)
Not a bad look at Kinsey, just not that interesting I have to say. When Kinsey tends to leave Santa Teresa the story-line often suffers. This one just fell flat to me. I think that is because it's a lot of Kinsey not putting a lot of stuff together and the ending leaving things up in the air about w...
When former detective Tom Newquist dies suddenly, people were not surprised. It was common knowledge he didn't take good care of himself, so this was bound to happen sooner or later. However, his widow Selma keeps wandering what was it that had him so worried in the last weeks. He didn't talk about ...
When N is for Noose begins, Kinsey is just leaving Dietz at his home, having helped him recover from his knee surgery. She is driving up to a small town in the mountains to talk to a potential client referred to her by Dietz. The client’s husband died recently and while it appears to be a natural ...
I liked the story itself but hated the narrator, Mary Peiffer. She mispronounced the city names, read too fast and provided zero inflection so everything was flat and monotone. She was unable to vary her voice so all female characters sounded the same which made it difficult to follow conversation...
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