I've been with Sue Grafton and her character Kinsey Millhone since "A is for Alibi" was published way back in 1982 while I was in highschool. Thirty-one years have passed in my life, but in "W is for Wasted" it is only 1988 for Kinsey so only 6 years have passed in book-time.
I find it refreshing that she still heads to the library to peruse the old city directories and phone books when she is looking for someone and has to use a map when detecting out of town, instead of using the GPS on her cell phone.
Sue Grafton continues to write a good story and I'll be with her through Z is for . . . whatever it is. Though I am eagerly awaiting what she comes up with for "X." So far I've never guessed correctly for any of her titles.