A is for Alibi (Kinsey Millhone Alphabet series, 1)

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A is for Alibi (Kinsey Millhone Alphabet series, 1)

A is for Alibi (Kinsey Millhone Alphabet series, 1)

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And certainly any fan of crime fiction should be at least marginally acquainted with Kinsey Millhone.

Five years ago, when Jaffe's thirty-five-foot Fuji ketch was found drifting off the Baja coast, it seemed a sure thing he'd gone overboard. Published 2020) An unpublished story found among Sue Grafton's papers by her husband after her death and originally published in ’Deadly Anniversaries, edited by Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini . I kept fighting the good fight and said I wouldn’t begin reading these books until I found “A” in hardback for wicked cheap. If you look back through my book review history you'll see that I read quite a bit of crime fiction.Chip Grafton was a municipal bond attorney in Kentucky who pursued a secondary career as a crime novelist, winning minor acclaim for four novels. At first I thought maybe I would try reading a couple of her books before I made a decision, but I don't think I could make it through another book of this caliber.

Maybe it was the climax and ending that whipped me completely out of alignment, with their rifle-like resolutions where my ears were still ringing from the blasts.Otto Prenzler, "Forward", The Best Mystery Stories of the Year 2021, edited by Lee Child, The Mysterious Press, New York, p.

I like my cars cramped and this one was filled with files and law books, a briefcase where I keep my little automatic, cardboard boxes, and a case of motor oil given to me by a client. Although Millhone believes she has successfully documented Threadgill's deception, the insurance firm that contracted Millhone to investigate Threadgill moves to pay her claim anyway, citing potential legal costs and complications, including the risk of reprisal. Mildly paced with other mediocre tension, the book mainly wins through the point of view of the detective. If she was killed because of something she knew, there could very well be a financial angle to this murder. Kinsey starts to piece together the events leading up to Laurence's murder and realizes that there are several people who had motives to kill him.I. Warshawski, created by Sarah Paretsky, in Indemnity Only, also in 1982, private detectives in fiction were almost always male.



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