Back in 1969, young people were hitting the road. More than one of them wound up dead-including the girl in daisy-patterned pants who was found in a quarry off Highway 1, the victim of multiple stab wounds.
Eighteen years later, she’s still a Jane Doe-and the cops who found her are still haunted by the case. Anxious to solve it, but no longer in their prime, they turn to Kinsey Millhone for help. But this ice-cold case heats up more quickly than they expected.
“[Q is for Quarry] is so well-written that many readers might consider it one of her best.”
“…makes us hold our breath…”
—New York Times Book Review
“Q Is for Quarry provides more insight into the detective’s convoluted family relationships…and it’s a cracking good story, as well.”