REVIEW: F is for Fugitive


Title: F is for Fugitive
Author: Sue Grafton
Finished: June 19, 2010
Pages: 307
Published: 1989
Format: paperback

The sixth Kinsey book is all about determining innocence or guilt when Kinsey is hired to solve a murder that took place 17 years ago, when a teenage girl was killed and her boyfriend was accused and found guilty of her murder.

But everything’s changed now what he’s escaped from prison and went on the run, hoping to clear his name before anything bad happens.

Kinsey is hired by the family to find out the truth of what happens, living in their hotel for free, but as she begins to dig into their history and the town, she finds everything is not as it seems and there are more secrets than ever being kept.

It was a very interesting read and I was very intrigued to get to the end and find out who the actual killer and such was. The books are getting better and I’m looking forward to playing catch up even more with the series.

*challenges: ryob challenge, 100+ challenge, spring reading thing, june 12×12 challenge
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