I Is for Innocent (Kinsey Millhone Mysteries)
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1993-03-22
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
I really love my Kinsey Milhone mystery novels. A really good thing is that Sue Grafton has evolved the series and I know that there is a split between fans on the way that the series has gone but I really do love re-reading the older novels. It's like being wrapped up in a warm bug.I is for Innocen...
The ending was a bit abrupt for my liking. There was the potential for a lot of twists but the ending just seemed rushed.
This is the most complex plot that the Alphabet Series has introduced yet. There are a lot of characters and keeping them straight made me stop and think sometimes. Again, I love seeing just how much dogged footwork and fact-checking is involved in the PI business. If you're a Grafton fan, you'll lo...
Audiobook. It was okay, but not my favorite. Kind of boring in some parts, but I'll keep going with the series.
Not the best mystery I've ever read. Much too much discription. I don't care how long you sat at the stop light! Or how many turns it takes to get home; get on with the story! Dispite this I was happy to find out who the killer was. Good book for when you are brain dead.