A is for Alibi
Publish date: 1992
Publisher: Macmillan General Books
Pages no: 253
Edition language: English
Series: Kinsey Millhone (#1)
Series: Kinsey Millhone #1 Not a bad mystery, although the romance angle earned a few eyerolls. The main character as a female PI who is actually competent at her job was a nice angle, although I'm not sure if I'll explore the rest of the series.
Kinsey is quite a character.This series focuses on her, she is a private investigator, and this is not only an intro to her but her first case. What a case it is too. So many possibilities and unanswered questions... intrigue, more murder and quite a sexscapade! Would I call this novel brilliant, no...
Can you believe that I had never read any of the Kinsey Millhone books? Pretty much everyone can probably recognize that mystery is far and away my favorite genre, right? And yet, somehow, I had managed to studiously avoid reading a single one of Grafton's wildly popular and incredibly long series a...
The first book in the Kinsey Millhone series. Though I love the series, the first book did have some issues. I think at times the book's flow got a bit rough. And the characters are not very developed yet. Grafton gives a short description of Kinsey. It takes a lot of books to find out about her las...
This is not my genre. Lot's of driving, lot's of talking. Spining wheels in place. There was also a lot of "look what I reseached, isn't it interesting". In little pieces, mercifully, but the instances were numerous. That said, nice trick with the cynical detective/femme fatale trope. Some of the ...