H Is for Homicide by Sue Grafton

H Is for Homicide (Kinsey Millhone, #8)

by Sue Grafton

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

Reviewed by ibeforem on

4 of 5 stars

I have to give this one a thumbs up. I think it was actually one of the better books in the series. Really sucked me in towards the end! I like a book that I have a hard time putting down.

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