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E is for Evidence (Kinsey Millhone, Bk 5)
E is for Evidence - Kinsey Millhone, Bk 5
Author: Sue Grafton
Kinsey Millhone, P.I. is a 32-year-old, twice-divorced ex-cop with an irreverent, wise-cracking style reminiscent of Philip Marlowe -- and a great pair of legs -- who piles her trade in the small Southern Californian town of Santa Theresa. — Make no mistake about it, Kinsey Millhone is one tough cookie. When a routine insurance claim she's in...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780553279559
ISBN-10: 0553279556
Publication Date: 1989
Pages: 208
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  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 397 ratings
Publisher: Crimeline
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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I liked this one best of the 5 I've read thus far. The extra detail didn't seem to go on as long any more, often just enough to give you a clear picture in your mind instead of cause your mind to wander. The mystery kept me in thrall until the very end, when it all came together in a surprise ending. Kinsey is still a workaholic, but has begun to reevaluate her life and actually thinks about things other than work and her caseload now. :)

At the beginning, I thought it would bother me that Kinsey was framed to look as if she was on the take, because usually when this happens in a story, all the other characters operate under the false assumption that she's guilty, automatically believing the frame without taking into account that she wouldn't do this, and in the long run it really screws with everything else in the story. It's really a pet peeve of mine... Instead, Kinsey and most of the other primary characters worked to find out what was really going on and who had set her up, which led to a much deeper and intricate plot to be uncovered.
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Grafton does it again! This book follows Kinsey Millhone on another adventure, but this time Kinsey is doing the work for herself. She is being framed and doesn't know why. But, as always, she finds out and gets her man!
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So far this my favorite in the series. I did not see some of the twists in it. I did wonder about the link from a past death to the current events but again, did not see the connection until a little tid-bit of someone's past was brought to light. And then, you wonder why the person killed one of the characters.
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My all time favorite author. She writes a series of books featuring the main character, Kinsey Millhone, a single woman, private detective. Lives in CA and gives us glimpses of that area. Each story has some common characters, lifestyle of Kinsey. She is most focused on the mystery before the romance or sex which I prefer. Read every book and she keeps me waiting for the next in the series. Long live Sue Grafton so we can at least get to the end of the alphabet.
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I love the entire Sue Grafton series.... murder mysterys with a human possible twist.
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I always enjoy the Kinsey Milhone stories. This one did not disappoint.
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I love the characters in the book
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I enjoy Kinsey Millhone's adventures as a private investigator but this book started with what I assume is a typo and through the first four or five chapters it jumps back and forth between events on December 24 and 27th. You have no way of knowing what happened when and the jumps caused me to stop and reread passages to try to figure out what was going on. For example: the first line of the book is "it was Monday, December 27". 2 pages later in the same chapter "the only signs of Christmas, two days away..." HUH? The inconsistences were aggravating and took too much time to backtrack to figure it out.

Regardless of these issues, it was a great mystery and worth the read even though confusing as hell. This is book five in the series and only 200 pages long - someone should have paid more attention to the details.

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