REVIEW: E is for Evidence


Title:  E is for Evidence
Author: Sue Grafton
Finished: March 5, 2010
Pages: 309
Published: 1988
Format: Paperback

I finally made my way back to the Kinsey Millhone mystery series. I’m slowly starting to enjoy the series but I’m ready for Kinsey to get a love life and something more than just work – and maybe a place she can call her own that is not in someone’s back yard.

In this adventure, Kinsey finds herself investigating the cause of a warehouse fire, but what starts out as a distracting from her lonely holiday plans turns into chaos. She finds a large sum of money has been deposited into her bank, and suddenly she is being linked to a crime she’s not even sure exists.

I enjoyed this adventure not only because it involved Kinsey directly and her having to defend herself and solve a crime for herself as a client, but also because we got more background into her past life, her previous marriage, and more of her personality – especially during the holidays.

I’m looking forward to see what the next book has in store – hopefully more on Kinsey’s personal life – at least I hope at some point it’s not just about the work.

*challenges: monthly mixer mele, 1010 category challenge, a-z challenge, ryob challenge, thriller & suspense challenge, 100+ challenge, four month challenge, 12 by 12

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