Thursday, March 18, 1999

E Is for Evidence

by Sue Grafton

The private detective, Kinsey Millhone, is framed for corruption while investigating a potential arson case.  But as she meets the family that owns the company, Wood/Warren, she finds that the crime goes deeper than that: a personal vendetta is being aimed at Lance Wood, and the bodies start to pile up.  It’s a brisk-paced thriller, and Millhone’s wry commentary from the cynical loner’s point of view propels it along.  Fun to read, taut, full of twists and turns, fleshed-out characters, a twist ending, and some good action sequences. 

three stars

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