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But then when the person who hired her actually dies in another accident, she's got money left. :)The third entry in the "Kinsey Millhone" mystery series by Sue Grafton is a complex mystery, especially when she only has certain info from the client before he bites the dust. Note: All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them.Should she give it back to the next of kin and abandon the case, letting the cops handle it. But his family just thinks he's losing his mind and almost want to give up on him. and he's found someone this time, but Kinsey's not sure how she feels about it. First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my Word Press blog at https://thisismytruthnow.com, where you'll also find TV & Film reviews, the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I've visited all over the world. Many thanks to their original creators.[polldaddy poll=9729544] [polldaddy poll=9719251]The best out of the three I have read so far but the first two were slightly spoiled by the fact that I listened to them on audio and felt that the narrator gave Kinsey a very unfortunate voice.Another female character is vocally chastised for being anorexic, even though it's pretty apparent she's being drugged by a trusted family doctor.As judgmental as Kinsey is toward people -- she judges random folks for being "poor" at the supermarket -- Grafton writes some fantastic scene descriptions in this book.I tried listening to this on audio, but the reader's voice for a major male character -- an awkward mix of "macho" and "stupid" -- turned me off. Kinsey in book number three I think finally gives you enough yo want to stick with her.You hear about the accident that left her orphaned.Thoroughly enjoyable and I intend to keep on reading the alphabet.This was the first of the "alphabet" books that I read, and I remember vividly staying up until 3 am reading it, and then being unable to sleep!
It's fuller and less of Kinsey in her down time ruminating over details that sometimes are not necessary, but they do round her out and give you a nice complete picture of just who she is and where her strengths and weakness are. It's fuller and less of Kinsey in her down time ruminating over details that sometimes are not necessary, but they do round her out and give you a nice complete picture of just who she is and where her strengths and weakness are. This book was entertaining, a fast read and kept me engaged to the last page.She is very capable and so far at least is not prone to try and g The best out of the three I have read so far but the first two were slightly spoiled by the fact that I listened to them on audio and felt that the narrator gave Kinsey a very unfortunate voice.This time I read a paper copy and Kinsey's voice was much nicer:)So far this is a very easy to read series with interesting mysteries which can be solved by an alert reader.C IS FOR CALCULATEDHow do you go about solving an attempted murder when the victim has lost a good part of his memory?It's one of Kinsey's toughest cases yet, but she never backs down from a challenge.
We nearly always meet Grafton's killers in the first chapter or two.