Monday, October 05, 2009

'P' Is For Peril, by Sue Grafton

(pb; 2001: sixteenth book in the Kinsey Millhone mysteries)

From the back cover:

"Kinsey Millhone never sees it coming. She's mired in the case of a doctor who disappeared, his angry ex-wife, and beautiful current one -- a case that is full of unfinished business, unfinished homes, and people drifting in and out of their own lives. Then Kinsey gets a shock. A man she finds attractive is hiding a fatal secret -- and now a whole lot of beauty, money and lies are proving to be a fatal distraction from what Kinsey should have seen all along: a killer standing right before her eyes."


Another blaze-through-that-f*cker read from Grafton, who keeps the plots, pace, and characters a-jumpin', and her readers a-guessin'.

Excellent, as usual. Check it out!

Followed by 'Q' Is For Quarry.

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