While this isn't my usual type of book, I rather enjoyed it. I have often speculated as to whether or not my high stacks of books would come tumbling down on my head while I slept, so I thought this would be a good one for me! :-)
It's decent, albeit far-fetched and idiosyncratic. If I knew that someone was breaking into my home and taking things, I would certainly change my locks, something the protagonist refuses to do.... hmmm... I guess if she did, there wouldn't be much of a book! "Police officers seem to assume when your hair loses its color, your mind's gone, too." Well, dang, change the locks!
Another part talks about the clutter: "Yes, but that's one of the good things about clutter... nobody but me knows where to begin to look for anything in it."