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    A Cut above

    Sue's books in this series are all first rate works. They are well grounded, well researched, and quite believable. "Q" for Quarry is a cut above the rest. A very good read. You will be happy to have read it.
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    Team Dolan works surprisingly well together.

    PLOT OR PREMISE: Dolan brings Kinsey a cold case -- an 18-year-old case of homicide for an unidentified Jane Doe. . WHAT I LIKED: The plot device Kinsey working with Dolan while helping out a retired old-timer who was one of the original detectives on the case is flat out awesome. Kind of like the series Cold Case that was on TV a few years after the book was published. And the teamwork of three of them is a nice twist on the traditional "go it alone" storylines of most of Kinsey's cases. As with some of the previous stories, she ends up in a small town where everyone knows everyone and the motives are all potentially interconnected. Finally, while there is some drama with Kinsey's extended family, for once it ends up being relatively positive overall. . WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Dolan and Stacey bicker like an old married couple, and it gets tedious. The story is also about 30% longer than most of the novels, and it does drag in a few places. . DISCLOSURE: I received no compensation, not even a free copy, in exchange for this review. I am not personal friends with the author, nor do I follow her on social media.
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    My favourite story in the series.

    This story seemed to engage the emotions of Sue, Kinsey, and me more deeply than did others in the series. Am wishing Sue a happy, crime-free, eternal life -- with many thanks for 35 years of satisfying reads!
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    One of her best

    A great story made even better because it was inspired by a real-life, tragic event. Definitely worth a read.
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