Q is for Quarry (Kinsey Millhouse Mysteries)

Q is for Quarry (Kinsey Millhouse Mysteries)

Sue Grafton


Quarry, n.  An open excavation.
Quarry, v.  Transitive: To dig or take from. Intransitive: To delve into.
Quarry, n.  An item pursued or hunted; prey.

She used to be a "Jane Doe," an unidentified white woman whose decomposed physique used to be chanced on close to a quarry off California's street 1. The case fell to the Santa Teresa County Sheriff's division, however the detectives had little to move on. the lady was once younger, her arms have been certain with a size of cord, there have been a number of stab wounds, and her throat have been slashed. After months of research, the homicide remained unsolved.

That was once eighteen years in the past. Now the 2 males who chanced on the physique, either nearing the top of lengthy careers in legislation enforcement, wish one final shot on the case. outdated and sick, they wish an individual to assist with their legwork they usually flip to Kinsey Millhone. they're going to, they inform her, locate closure in the event that they can simply establish the sufferer. Kinsey is intrigued and is of the same opinion to the job.

But revisiting the previous could be a harmful company, and what starts with the pursuit of Jane Doe's genuine id results in a high-risk hunt for her killer.

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