I is for Innocent: A Kinsey Millhone Mystery (Kinsey Millhone Alphabet series Book 9)
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There is no one better than Kinsey Millhone. The best detective fiction I have read in years. Kinsey Millhone is a pleasure. Grafton, who is a very witty writer, has also given her sleuth a nice sense of humor--and a set of Wonder Woman sheets to prove it. Show More Show Less. Add to Cart. Any Condition Any Condition.
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"I" is for Innocent
Sue Grafton Books without Modified Item. This item doesn't belong on this page. Sue Grafton, Author. The 20th Kinsey Millhone crime novel after 's S Is for Silence , a gripping, if depressing, tale of identify theft and elder abuse, displays bestseller Grafton's storytelling gifts. When fellow PI Morley Shine dies of a PI Kinsey Millhone's trademark dry sense of humor is largely absent in the first half of the 15th book in this justifiably popular series, though it resurfaces as the suspense finally begins to build in the second half.
In the bleak November of Following up a suspicious claim in the murder victim's files, Kinsey trails beautiful young Bibianna Diaz, California PI Kinsey Millhone, hired to investigate the disappearance of a client's eccentric, elderly mother, must also evade a vengeful criminal whom she helped put away four years earlier. Grafton here sets the ever-appealing PI Kinsey Milhone on a quieter, more cerebral path. In , Kinsey takes on client Michael Sutton, who claims to have recovered a childhood Bestseller Grafton offers more of the same-old same-old in her less-than-inspired 18th Kinsey Millhone novel after 's P Is for Peril.
In this sexy adventure, the spunky hard-boiled detective has to escort the newly paroled Reba Lafferty, Kinsey Millhone has kept her appeal by being distinctive and sympathetic without craving center stage. While some mysteries that provide the PI's shoe size or most despised food create a forced and intrusive intimacy, a master like Grafton makes the. Grafton's fans will be thrilled with this knockout 15th Kinsey Millhone mystery, which deals with Kinsey's first marriage.
In a complex story that zigzags between past and present, the California PI gets involved again with her first ex-husband, Though innocent of the crime, Bailey This short story collection from Grafton V Is for Vengeance combines glimpses of her series detective, Kinsey Milhone, with a revealing self-portrait, separating the two with a thoughtful essay on the evolution of the private eye. The volume opens.
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Wealthy Hallie Bobby is convinced the car crash he'd been The 11th adventure of Santa Teresa, Calif. H is for Homicide This book represents the point at which Grafton really got into a groove with her character, universe, and plotting. In a story that involves insurance fraud, the murder of someone close to our protagonist, and Kinsey going undercover to crack the case, Grafton finds plenty of opportunities to have a little fun, and she makes hay with all of them, introducing a cast of side characters that are fascinating but believable, all of whom contribute to a strong plot filled with great twists and turns.
Grafton found an ideal balance between quirk and humor on the one hand and a seriously tense mystery on the other. J is for Judgment Hands down, this is one of the best cases Kinsey Millhone ever gets involved with.
Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mysteries
A wealthy banker disappears in an apparent suicide after his not-exactly-legitimate financial empire begins to collapse. K is for Killer Probably the darkest of the Millhone novels, and one of the best.
Kinsey is suffering from insomnia, an affliction that starts off as a minor and somewhat humorous problem but develops into a debilitating weakness as sleep deprivation makes her start to doubt her own memory and perceptions. The case involves a dead body that lay undiscovered for so long a cause of death cannot be determined. Kinsey quickly figures out the dead woman was an under-the-radar prostitute, opening up a wide list of possible murder scenarios—and a long list of potential killers.