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5.0 out of 5 stars T Is for Tremendous Tale Telling
Sue Grafton is always exploring new subjects and new ways of writing for her readers. T is for Trespass continues that worthy heritage for this terrific series.
If you haven't read any books in this series, I suggest you go back and read them in alphabetical order beginning with A is for Alibi. You have a major treat ahead of you. The series develops over a...
Published on 5 Dec 2007 by Donald Mitchell
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars T is for too many coincidences - only okay
First Sentence: She had a real name, of course--the one she'd been given at birth and had used for much of her life--but now she had a new name.
When Kinsey's elderly neighbor, Gus, takes a fall and breaks his collarbone, Kinsey locates and summons his daughter from the East Coast. Too busy to stay and take care of her father, she hires a woman named Solana...
Published on 4 Jan 2010 by L. J. Roberts
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Sue Grafton Special,
The author has a clever ability to blend multiple story lines to make the Kinsey Millhone character so believable.A thoroughly good read
4.0 out of 5 stars I like Sue Grafton's books,
I like Sue Grafton's books, this isn't the best I have read but it has pace and I enjoyed it.
4.0 out of 5 stars Kinsey on top form again,
Great read. Can it be a page Turner when read on a kindle? Kinsey investigating in her own style a case very close to home. Definitely did not want to put this down. Would recommend this one.
4.0 out of 5 stars Fab,
It's a few yrs since I read an alphabet book but really enjoyed it. Nice to see the old characters back
5.0 out of 5 stars Me,
I have read nearly all sue graft ins books love then easy to reads good ending have even got my husband reading some
5.0 out of 5 stars T is for Terrific,
This is a great read, like all the others, and although follows the same pattern as the previous books in the series it still keeps you guessing as to who done the dirty deed right until the end.
In this book Kinsey's neighbour Gus has hired a private nurse to look after him. Kinsey is suspicious of her and with good reason, the nurse is a con artist who has a history of patient deaths following her around. At the same time she is also investigating another case of suspected insurance fraud. Well worth a read x
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant series,
I am wading through all the alphabet books and they are great - what will I do when I reach Z - perhaps she will start on numbers
5.0 out of 5 stars Clean copy,
This review is from: T is for Trespass (Paperback)
Clean copy, no problems exactly as ordered. Only gripe is having to pay 3x postage when all three (L. K and T) were posted together.
4.0 out of 5 stars A Typically Good Sue Grafton Read,
I am not a great fan of the switching between the Kinsey Millhone narrative, and the narrative of the baddie, something that has crept into these later novels by Sue Grafton, hence the 4 rather than 5 star review, but despite that reservation it is still a good read and keeps you turning the pages to the end.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great reading, as always,
Sue Grafton always writes a cracking good story and this one I just could not put down, as usual. Keep writing, Sue.
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T is for Trespass (Kinsey Millhone Mystery 20) by Sue Grafton (Paperback - 6 Dec 2012)