This was the next in line in Sue Grafton's Kinsey Milhone series. A really good series that is just about at the end of the alphabet. I do need to step up and read more than a couple a year to get caught up on it. Good read, interesting case & overall just fun. This was more on the case and not as much about her personal life. Looking back on my books read sheets, I read this book in 1998, it seemed familiar but since I had read a handful of these before starting in order just a few years ago I wasn't sure. I am already looking forward to continuing this so will have start the next in a few weeks probably.
I am also reading Orange is the New Black and Terra Nullius, about the Austrialian no man's land. Also just started john Stossel's No, They Can't. Might just go with these 3 for now.