“S” IS FOR SILENCE (Kinsey Millhone Mysteries) by Sue Grafton.
Okay. So Milhone lives in the 1980s. But the cold case she is working on–and that she draws her alternative point of views from–is set in the 1950s. And, boy does Grafton ever nail the 1950s, when TV was just set to burst into our lives, but was still only in the homes of the more monied.
I enjoyed seeing Grafton employ a new device and stretch her writing talents. It allows us to pick up clues and red herrings and see Violet, the missing dame, from many perspectives. What fun!