B is for Burglar

I’m behind on writing up the books I read. A few weeks ago I read another of the Alphabet Mysteries, B is for Burglar by Sue Grafton. It was quick, entertaining, twisty, (in a good way), and fun. If you like whodunnits, (apparently whodunnits is a real word – my spellchecker didn’t pick that up), then you’ll probably like B is for Burglar, and in all honesty, the whole series.

There are a bunch more of these on the shelf waiting to be read, but I don’t want to go too fast since I tend to read them in one, quite long, sitting, and I have other things that I have to do. I am looking forward to reading them, though.

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