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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 389 pages
  • Publisher: Thorndike Press; 1 edition (July 9 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1410406830
  • ISBN-13: 978-1410406835
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 14.2 x 21.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 544 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,465,948 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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Held my interest. Slow at the beginning but picked up by the middle. Nice relaxing read.would recommend to person who likes a light read
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By Ana Amassova on June 22 2004
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If you read one you'll want to read the all serie. It's just a great mystery novel
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By Ana Amassova on June 22 2004
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If you read one you'll want to read the all serie. It's just a great mystery novel
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By Sarah Sammis on May 13 2004
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Of the "alphabet" series so far, C is for Corpse is one of the best. I read this book in one sititng! It starts out simply enough as a case to uncover the events leading up to a car accident that left young Bobby disfigured but ultimately leads to a muder investigation as Bobby is done in by his mystery assailant. I
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By erica on Aug. 12 2003
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A young man horribly wounded in a car crash begins Kinsey's third mystery, but they plot behind his accident is unusually thin. Instead, the book divides its attention between the mystery at hand and the romantic escapades of Kinsey and her landlord - which, while they are well-written and interesting, detract from the suspense and intricacy of unraveling a mystery. Still, the book is a good read for Kinsey fans.
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Kinsey meets Bobby Callahan at the local gym. She can see that he is struggling to come back to life after a car accident scarred him. He tells her a car forced his Porsche over the edge of a canyon, battering his body and muddling his memory. All he remembers is that someone, for some reason wants him to be dead.
Desperate for clues about his own past life and certain he is being stalked, he asks Kinsey to please protect him. Kinsey can't resist the brave kid-and neither can the killer. Three days later, Bobby is found dead. Kinsey never went back on a deal before; she'd been hired to find a killer. Now, with a struggle all the way, she intensely persues the person who killed Bobby.
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I really enjoyed this book. I felt that this was one that tied up the loose ends of the story and giving an outcome for all of the pertinent characters. I was greatly intrigued and was guessing the whole time as to who the murderer really was. I would recommend this book highly. I feel that Sue Grafton has hit a home run with this one.
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This book is really good. In the book Bobby Callahan asks Kinsey Millhone, the heroine, who is a private investigator, to try and solve the mystery of who is trying to kill him, and subsequently responsible for sending his car of a bridge almost a year earlier. One of the results of the accident is that Bobby has almost no memory. This makes it hard for Kinsey because she doesn't have a starting point for her investigation. The stakes escalate when she realizes she is not only involved with investigating one murder, but three separate ones. There are enough twists to keep you interested but not so much that you loose the story. Grafton uses so much vivid detail in her story that you feel like you could actually walk into Bobby Callahan's living room. Kinsey has a "too-tough" attitude, which helps in dealing with people who are uncooperative, but she is also down to earth so she can get people to open up and talk to her.
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