M Is for Malice (Kinsey Millhone Series #13)

M Is for Malice (Kinsey Millhone Series #13)

by Sue Grafton
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M Is for Malice (Kinsey Millhone Series #13) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 59 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kinsey seems to have her work cut out for her when she needs to find a missing son when his father dies and leaves a portion of his large estate to his four sons. After 18+ years of being missing Guy Malek was basically left for dead by his brothers. Not happy about reuniting and giving a fourth of their fathers fortune to the screw up of the family the three brothers reluctently agree to have kinsey find him. She surprising finds him in no time at all completely transformed from his former self. When the brothers get together tensions are high so high that someone ends up dead and Kinsey will have to find out who killed him. Not my favorite Kinsey book, but still pretty good.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read most of Sue Grafton's books. I'm almost done with 'N' is for Noose. Though I enjoyed reading 'M' is for Malice, it wasn't the greatest of Graftons books. The book is not boring by any means but it's just lacking something.
Bookworm1951 More than 1 year ago
As with all the books in this series, the plot has lots of twists and turns. I was able to figure out who the killer was but the true reasons for the killing was somewhat of a surprise. I thoroughly enjoy the characters in this series and love the fact that bits and pieces of their personal lives are brought to all the stories. Set in the 1980's. A good old fashioned mystery.
Slim20 More than 1 year ago
I liked this one a lot better than the last 2 novels. It was very sad and it took me awhile to figure out what was going on. "M" is for money. Lots of it. "M" is for Malek Construction, the $40 million company that grew out of modest soil to become one of the big three in California construction, one of the few still in family hands. "M" is for the Malek family: four sons now nearing middle age who stand to inherit a fortune--four men with very different outlooks, temperaments, and needs, linked only by blood and money. Eighteen years ago, one of them--angry, troubled, and in trouble--went missing. "M" is for Millhone, hired to trace that missing black sheep brother. "M" is for memories, none of them happy. The bitter memories of an embattled family. This prodigal son will find no welcome at his family's table. "M" is for malice. And in brutal consequence, "M" is for murder, the all-too-common outcome of familial hatreds. "M" is for malice . . . and malice kills.
mayasmommy More than 1 year ago
So far i've found this book to be the best!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all of Sue Grafton's books. I particularly love her main character Kinsey. You can relate to her in so many ways and I fall over laughing at some of her quirks. It is very light-hearted, but also very suspenseful at times. You always think you have figured out the plot and then.....nope, not even close! Can't wait to get on to N!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kinsey Millhone is an interesting character. Unfortunately, aside from some background information, rarely does the character give us insight to her personal thoughts/development. Generally, the surrounding characters are interesting. The plots take interesting twists at times and at others are somewhat transparent. Having read the entire series (A through T), at the end of each and every book I felt I had been left hanging. The "closure" left me wondering about some of the loose threads...a feeling of wanting a bit more.
bucmjt More than 1 year ago
Sue Grafton knows how to write a mystery and M is for Malice is no exception. With so many twists and turns and a surprise ending, this book is a win.
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