L is for Lawless by Sue Grafton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
L is for Lawless, another winner by writer Sue Grafton. I am very attached to Kinsey Millhone and always look forward to another of her madcap adventures. In this episode Kinsey has been asked by a friend to just have a little talk with a friend whose father has died. The friend wants to find his father's Army number or his social security number in order to get help with the $450 expense that the cremation incurred.
The little apartment over the garage that the dad occupied was burgled and Kinsey witnessed two people leaving with a duffel bag. She decided that she would follow them and the adventure started.
A thoroughly enjoyable read.
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Thursday, October 5, 2017
Review: L is for Lawless
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