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Q is for Quarry

Q is for Quarry

We leave quaint Santa Teresa for the slow life over near the California-Arizona border.

Sue Grafton takes a real life cold case and brings it to live ... or death, really.

Sue Grafton takes a real life cold case and brings it to live … or death, really.

It’s been quiet for many years, but wasn’t so quiet back then when a girl was murdered and then dumped in a corner over on the coast of California.

I do find it hard to believe that people can remember things that happened 18 years ago. I can barely remember what happened 18 hours ago. 18 days would be a stretch, 18 months I’d need the aid of photos. 18 years?

But it’s a fun read and moves along, although I wasn’t even sure who the killer was in the end–even after she explained it! Maybe I just wasn’t paying attention … that must be it.

Maybe I’m just a health nut, but the constant fast-food/junk-food binges have me cringing!

I liked the scenes in the small desert towns near Arizona and examine the life of the locals there. Also, Kinsey’s interactions with the two retired cops was entertaining.

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Bradley

I don't like to call them excuses. They're priorities. With a handful of exceptions, we usually have a choice in our actions. They just need to be prioritized.

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