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S is for Silence

S is for Silence - Sue Grafton My fun book for a trip to Seattle, reading while the twilight went on forever outside the hotel window.

Solid writing and characterization, as well as a convincing look at the enmeshment of small town life. It's been ages since I read Grafton, and had forgotten how good she is.