O is for Outlaw (Kinsey Millhone Mystery)
O IS FOR OUTLAWRead by Judy Kaye5 CDs / 6 hoursThe call comes on a Monday morning from a guy who scavenges defaulted storage units at auction. The weekend before, he'd bought a stack of cardboard boxes. In one, there was a collection of childhood memorabilia with Kinsey's name all over... show more
O IS FOR OUTLAWRead by Judy Kaye5 CDs / 6 hoursThe call comes on a Monday morning from a guy who scavenges defaulted storage units at auction. The weekend before, he'd bought a stack of cardboard boxes. In one, there was a collection of childhood memorabilia with Kinsey's name all over it.Though she's never been one for personal possessions, curiousity is a power force. What she finds among the items is an old undelivered letter to her that will force her to reexamine her beliefs about the breakup of her first marriage...about the honor of her first husband...and about an unsolved murder. It will put her life in the gravest peril.Through fourteen books, listeners have been fed short rations when it comes to Kinsey Millhone's past: a morsel here, a dollop there. We know about the aunt who raised her, the second husband who left her, the long-lost family up the California coast. But husband number one has remained a blip on the screen. Until now. "O" Is for Outlaw: a revealing excursion into Kindey's past.
Publish date: October 19th 1999
Publisher: Random House Audio
Edition language: English
Series: Kinsey Millhone (#15)
Fourteen years ago, Kinsey left her first husband because she was sure he had participated in a murder. Now she receives a letter sent all those years ago, giving him an alibi. Kinsey tries to look him up and she finally finds him in a comma after being shot a few days ago. What's going on? What hap...
O is for Outlaw begins with Kinsey getting a phone call from a man who claims to have something that belongs to her. Turns out, he had bought the contents of a storage unit at an auction and it contained some things that were hers. He’s willing to sell them back to her for the right price. This i...
I know, I know. It's just a detective book and you read it and move on. You don't review them.But I really want to say a few words here. Grafton is such a terrific writer, her formula is a complete winner. She gets away with being, if you ask me, thin on plot.Kinsey is cynical in the most attractive...