“‘J’ is for Judgement” by Sue Grafton

JisforJudgement

Another one down.  This one was kinda depressing as far as main storyline went, but it was great everywhere else.  Kinsey finds out she has family nearby – bummer.  Rosie and Henry’s brother are getting married – gasp!  But no collateral damage done on this one.  No bullet wounds or concussions suffered.  Just blows to the heart.

How could I not write that?  It was staring me in the face!  Anyway, K is for Killer.

“The Silkworm” by Robert Galbraith

Silkworm

Oh this was a fun one.  And quite graphic, I might add!  Props to RG/JK on that one.  I loved that she set this in the winter time.  It felt like a third character that just kept showing up to make everyone feel uncomfortable all the time.  Once again, I had no freaking clue who did it until the end.  That’s how I roll, though.  I know the next installment is currently being written, and I am pretty stoked.  This series has established itself as incredibly legit.  I love the continuing dynamic between Robin and Strike.  I love/hate the dumbass fiancé.  I love Strike.  They are such entertaining reads that I can see myself reading over again.  I’m on a pretty solid murder mystery roll right now.