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M is for malice

Author: Sue Grafton
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Ulverscroft, 1999.
Series: Kinsey Millhone.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Every investigation has a nature of its own, but there are certain shared characteristics," explains private eye Kinsey Millhone in her 13th alphabetic outing. "Here's what you hope for: a chance remark from the former neighbor on a skip-trace, a penciled notation on the corner of a document, an ex-spouse with a grudge, the number on an account, an item overlooked at the scene of a crime. Here's what you expect:  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sue Grafton
ISBN: 0753105306 9780753105306
OCLC Number: 650487209
Performer(s): Read Mary Peiffer.
Description: 8 cassettes.
Series Title: Kinsey Millhone.
Responsibility: read by Liza Ross.

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"Every investigation has a nature of its own, but there are certain shared characteristics," explains private eye Kinsey Millhone in her 13th alphabetic outing. "Here's what you hope for: a chance remark from the former neighbor on a skip-trace, a penciled notation on the corner of a document, an ex-spouse with a grudge, the number on an account, an item overlooked at the scene of a crime. Here's what you expect: the dead ends, bureaucratic bullheadedness, the cul-de-sacs, trails that go nowhere or simply fade into thin air, denials, prevarications, the blank-eyed stares from all the hostile witnesses. Here's what you know: that you've done it before and you have the toughness and determination to pull it off again. Here's what you want: justice. Here's what you'll settle for: something equivalent, the quid pro quo." All of the above are on display in Grafton's latest entry in her increasingly popular series set in a thinly-disguised Santa Barbara, as the virtually ageless Kinsey finds and loses a missing heir and gets back an old lover.

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