H is for Homicide
Publish date: June 23rd 1997
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 305
Edition language: English
Series: Kinsey Millhone (#8)
So though I have been re-reading some of the books along with Moonlight Reader, I have not re-did my reviews, I just reblogged them and left it to that. This is my first review for a Kinsey Millhone ABC book since Sue Grafton passed away. I love this series and will be forever sad we will not get to...
This was definitely not my favorite Kinsey. Don't get me wrong, I still read it in about two hours, because Grafton's writing is just that engaging. But overall, I didn't feel that the story was as strong as some of the other installments. The book begins with the murder of a claims adjuster who h...
The eighth book in this series starts with Kinsey working on a case involving the death of a friend of her, a claims adjuster for an insurance company. Later she finds herself investigating one of the latest files her friend was working with, about a woman called Bibiana Díaz, who is suspected of fr...
I’ve been reading this series for a few months and I love it. I love starting a new Kinsey Millhone novel because I know it’s going to be great. Some of them are harder to pick up and some are gripping from the first page. This one was slower to get into. It took about 50 pages before I really was i...
Different to the rest of the books, with a large undercover storyline. Twist at the end I didn't anticipate.