E is for Evidence by Sue Grafton

E is for EvidenceE is for Evidence by Sue Grafton

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really liked the plot on this one, it was very different. In this episode, Kinsey is her own client, someone is making her the scapegoat for a much bigger crime than simple insurance fraud.

It actually works out in quite an interesting manner. I read these books just because I like following Kinsey around while she snoops, finding out about everyone. This person met that person for a tryst, that person is a closet drunk, this person works a second job no one knows about. I guess that makes me a bit of a busy body, but I like living vicariously through Kinsey, and she does some good work on this one.

Anyway, I’m thoroughly enjoying the series, and this one is no different, thoroughly enjoyable.

Get it on Amazon

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