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"'Skilful and ingenious' Irish Times; 'I love Sue Grafton's Kinsey Millhone novels... you are never disappointed' Guardian; 'Will keep you awake until the last page has been turned' Daily Mail" --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Laurence Fife was a slick divorce lawyer and slippery ladies' man. Until someone killed him. The jury believed that it was his pretty young wife Nikki, so they sent her to prison for eight years. Now, Nikki's out on parole and Kinsey Miihone's in for trouble. Nikki hires Kinsey to discover who really killed her husband. But the trail is eight years cold, and at the end is a chilling twist even Kinsey doesn't suspect -- a second eight-year-old murder and a brand new corpse. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
This was an okay crime novel. It was nice to read about a competent private eye but I didn't prefer the end as it left many questions unanswered. For $1.99 on Amazon....not bad. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Laura-Lynne Conley
I really enjoy Sue Grafton's alphabet series. I started reading them years ago when they first came out and now I have read them all and starting back at the first to reread them. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Steve Watson
Been reading a few suspense type stories and this one was a good one, kept me guessing right to the end. Really enjoyed it.Published 23 months ago by Kim Mitchell
It was like reading a weekly detective program. The book is an easy read and entertaining. Will definitely buy more books in the series.Published on Oct. 2 2013 by Nicole P
The first book in the Kinsey Millhone series. Kinsey Millhone is hired by a woman to investigate the murder of her philandering husband who she was tried and convicted of killing. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2004 by T. L. Walker