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Ms. Grafton's decision to do a crime series following an alphabetic title theme makes it almost compulsive to find out how the next in series will be handled.Published 15 months ago by Marius van vliet
Hi, I just started reading your Kinsey Millhone series a few months back. I finished G is for Gumshoe the other day and it a great read! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ricky G
In this seventh installment of Kinsey Millhone's adventures as a private detective, Kinsey has much more on her plate than usual. Read morePublished on Dec 28 2003 by erica
In this book, Kinsey celebrates her 33RD birthday. She moves back to her renovated apartment, gets hired to find an elderly lady supposedly living in the Mojave desert by herself. Read morePublished on Aug. 29 2003 by J. Kirkman
Keep 'em coming, Sue Grafton. Kinsey is my kind of woman. Exciting new adventures and interesting twists and turns! Read morePublished on June 2 2003 by Evelyn Horan
I really like Sue Grafton's books and have read A through G now. This book began a little slowly, but once it got going, it certainly kept you guessing. I recommend it!Published on May 6 2003
In this 7th. book of the Kinsey Milhonne series, the likeable female sleuth is in search of Agnes Gray who has not been in contact with her daughter Irene for several months. Read morePublished on Jan. 22 2003 by Karen Potts
Good plot, more of Kinsey's character, and mercifully, the two main threads are not connected. Dietz is a good character - worth a few novels of his own, maybe?Published on Aug. 30 2002 by Puneet Tanwar
Sue Grafton's alphbet series introduces us to the feisty independent Kinsey Millhone and the plot and narrative in "G" is a well written hard-to-put-down addition to the... Read morePublished on July 4 2002 by Beverly J. Scott