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D Is for Deadbeat (Kinsey Millhone Series #4)

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Sue Grafton...wtg!

I have never been an avid book reader until I made a promise to myself to read a book a month, just to better myself and my knowledge intake. When I started the alphabet series, I found my niche. I couldn't put them down. I read the first 4 in one month. Kinsey Milhon...
I have never been an avid book reader until I made a promise to myself to read a book a month, just to better myself and my knowledge intake. When I started the alphabet series, I found my niche. I couldn't put them down. I read the first 4 in one month. Kinsey Milhone is a great character and she reminds me of myself a little. She can take you to a place where you can say "I know exactly what you mean", or "I know exactly how you feel". D is for Deadbeat was probably one of the more emotional ones I have read of the series, and it shows great strengths in Kinsey's character, as well as others. It is an excellent read.

posted by 1016363 on September 12, 2009

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

They're all good

I've been reading Sue Grafton's series for years and they are great mysteries. Complex, suspenseful and Kinsey is a great character.

posted by CBGN on July 13, 2009

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