Book: F is for Fugitive [Kinsey Millhone 6] by Sue Grafton

Seventeen years ago, a teenager, Jean Timberlake was murdered. Her body was found in small town named Floral Beach. She was found on the beach itself. No one batted an eyelash when Bailey Fowler confessed to the murder and was convicted.

Even when he walked away from the men’s prison he was serving his sentence in a year later, no one seemed to notice. So for 17 years he was a man on the run, most likely living under an assumed name.

Her mother, Shana Timberlake, was the only person who grieved her daughter’s loss. Bailey’s father, Bryce Fowler, was the only one that missed his son. Both parents the only ones who seem to remember what happened and continued to feel the effects.

Kinsey, decides to take the case. Both parties need answers and justice to put it behind them and for the deceased to rest in peace.

Did Bailey kill Jana or did someone else? Do the parents finally get closure?

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Book: E is for Evidence [Kinsey Millhone #5] by Sue Grafton

Kinsey is having a trying holiday season. Her ex-husband has popped into town. California Fidelity offers her a nice distraction, an arson case. But it all spirals out of control. Somehow $5,000 gets deposited into her checking out, but she isn’t the one who put it there. Now she is suspected of taking a bribe. Her whole career is in jeopardy.

Did she take a bribe? Did her ex take the bribe and put it in her account? Who set the fire? Does Kinsey catch him/her? Does she survive the subterfuge?

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Book: D is for Deadbeat [Kinsey Millhone #4] by Sue Grafton

Kinsey has a new client. It’s not the kind of case she usually takes on though. He requests that Kinsey deliver $25,000 to a 15-year-old. Something seems off and she is suspicious of her client, Alvin Limardo. However, even with her misgivings she takes the case.

Surprise, surprise her clients check bounces. She is not amused, especially when she finds out that his real name is John Daggett. He’s a deadbeat ex-con who drinks too much, has two wives and a long list of people who aren’t happy that he is still alive. Kinsey now has to track him down and get her $400 fee.

But she hits a snag when Daggett turns up dead. His death is ruled an accident but Kinsey thinks its murder.

What’s Daggett’s real story? Was his death a murder or accident? Will Kinsey solve the mystery?

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Book: C is for Corpse [Kinsey Millhone #3] by Sue Grafton

Kinsey is hired by 23 year old Bobby Callahan to solve his attempted murder. Bobby is lucky to be alive. He was driving his Porsche over a bridge when someone rammed into him causing he and his car to fly off the bridge and plummet down a canyon. He’s unable to provide her any solid leads or clues because he suffered serious physical and brain injury and can’t really remember much of anything of the months leading up to the crash.

Bobby does remember he had a red address book he gave to someone for safekeeping, but no idea who he gave it to. He also gives her the name “Blackman.” Three days into the case Kinsey learns that Bobby has been killed in car accident.

Even though her client is now dead, Kinsey keeps working the case.

What did Bobby know that got him killed? Does Kinsey solve the puzzle and get justice for Bobby?

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Book: B is for Burglar [Kinsey Millhone #2] by Sue Grafton

When your client makes you immediately suspicious, do you take the case? Beverly Danziger hires Kinsey to find her missing sister, Elaine Boldt. She has some documents that she needs her sister to sign regarding an inheritance.

Kinsey’s investigation turns up interesting facts and questions. Elaine was last seen in an expensive fur coat heading to Boca Raton. Where is Elaine’s cat? Is this disappearance related to the murder of her bridge partner? Who broke into Elaine’s neighbors house? Why was another of Elaine’s neighbor’s murdered?

Who is behind Elaine’s disappearance and the murders? Will they get the better of Kinsey?

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Book: A is for Alibi [Kinsey Millhone #1] by Sue Grafton

This book is the first in the alphabet murder series by Sue Grafton.

Yes the book does start slow, but I think it’s worth it. This book is the introduction to a longstanding series. We had to meet Kinsey and find out who she is. She’s tough, smart and tenacious. She was raised by her cold Aunt after her parents died in a horrible car crash. She was in the car too. Kinsey watched her parents die right in front of her eyes and it changed her life forever.

Present day she’s a private investigator. She was a cop but couldn’t handle all the rules. Self-employed she can do as she pleases and that she does. Her cases are well outside of what you would expect. But working unwanted or strange cases seems fitting to her.

Enter client Nikki Fife. She went to prison for killing her husband but has always maintained her innocence. She hires Kinsey to find the real killer.

Of course during the investigation all hell breaks loose because Kinsey is a magnet for oddballs like no one else. She gets a new boyfriend, gets hit on by some other guys, gets shot at a few times, and two actual attempts on her life are just a sampling of the excitement and drama in this book. The finale is very much worth the slow build. I personally don’t think the end would be as compelling as it was if it were to be reached in a different manner.

This is definitely a good read and I do recommend it.

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