It was one of those occasions when I suddenly realised how happy I was. I was female, single, with money in my pocket ...I had nobody to answer to and no ties to speak of. As usual I'd forgotten how surges of goodwill merely presage bad news. After a three-week-long investigation, Kinsey couldn't wait to get home. What she needed most was a few ...
It was one of those occasions when I suddenly realised how happy I was. I was female, single, with money in my pocket ...I had nobody to answer to and no ties to speak of. As usual I'd forgotten how surges of goodwill merely presage bad news. After a three-week-long investigation, Kinsey couldn't wait to get home. What she needed most was a few quiet days by herself but two things happened to change all her plans. First she ran into a murder case. Then Kinsey met Bibianna Diaz, and before the night was over they were sharing a prison cell ...'Vintage Grafton, terminal bullets and all' Sunday Times 'Terrifying, hilarious and rather touching ...S is for Super Sleuth in a scorching story' Daily Mail 'Sue Grafton, creator of Kinsey Millhone, is the most exciting crime novelist around' City Limits
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Publishers Weekly, 1992-04-06 This eighth in an alphabetically titled mystery series--Holt will publish ``I'' is for Innocentor is quotes around the letters PW style? in May--finds sleuth Kinsey Millhone undercover in a Los Angeles barrio. Some 178,000 hardcover copies of this Literary and Mystery Guild selection have been sold. (May (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
Publishers Weekly, 1991-03-15 Or ``H'' may be for ``Hispanic,'' as the murder of an insurance claims adjuster sends PI Kinsey Milhone undercover in a Los Angeles barrio. Following up a suspicious claim in the murder victim's files, Kinsey trails beautiful young Bibianna Diaz, recently moved up the coast to Santa Teresa from L.A. Under the alias Hannah Moore, Kinsey befriends the young woman and learns she is attempting the same scam pursued by Raymond Maldonado, her ex-boyfriend in L.A. When Raymond's brother, sent to bring Bibianna back, is shot by the young woman's new lover, an old friend of Kinsey's, both Bibianna and Hannah/Kinsey are taken to jail, where Kinsey secretly agrees to join a statewide fraud investigation. Raymond's henchmen grab Bibianna, and take Kinsey too. Kinsey's harrowing experiences include instigating car accidents as part of the scam and unearthing evidence to blow the operation. A pit bull, the surprising identity of an undercover LAPD cop and the unpredictable rages of Raymond, who suffers from Tourette's Syndrome, contribute atmosphere to the PI.'s eighth alphabet escapade. The usually upbeat Kinsey seems a little dispirited here. She admits to missing Robert Dietz, her love interest who left for Germany at the end of ``G'' Is for Gumshoe , but may also be reacting to the essentially humdrum plot. Kinsey remains a star supported by a lively cast, but the insurance business doesn't test her mettle, a fact which she determines for herself, assuring readers of one thing ``I'' won't be for. 150,000 first printing; Literary Guild and Mystery Guild selections; Doubleday Book Club alternate. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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