O is for Outlaw
Once Mickey Magruder was a cop with a wild streak. And Kinsey Millhone was a younger cop who adored and married him. Then Mickey was implicated in a fatal beating, and Kinsey walked out. Now, fourteen years later, she comes face-to-face with those tragic years and Mickey's harrowing downward... show more
Once Mickey Magruder was a cop with a wild streak. And Kinsey Millhone was a younger cop who adored and married him. Then Mickey was implicated in a fatal beating, and Kinsey walked out. Now, fourteen years later, she comes face-to-face with those tragic years and Mickey's harrowing downward spiral after he lost the job he loved--and the marriage he loved a little less.Mickey lies dying in an L.A. hospital. Trying to find out how Mickey got there, Kinsey uncovers evidence that he was innocent of the beating charge. But as she searches through the lives that swirled around Mickey's--lives gone wrong and lives gone well--Kinsey must also search the blind spots of her own life, including one that hides a killer.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 2nd 2001
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 354
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...