Sue Grafton’s T Is for Trespass gets an “A” for addictive, as P.I. Kinsey Millhone goes up against the embodiment of evil in the series' most riveting entry to date.
Despite the fact that Gus Vronsky is the neighborhood scrooge, concern for the old man after he injures himself moves Kinsey to agree to do a quick background check on the caregiver hired by his out-of-town niece. Based on Solana Rojas’s top-notch credentials, Kinsey gives the thumbs up—until she meets the woman and is taken aback by her querulous personality…and something disturbing in her glance. Furthermore, Kinsey finds it strange that Gus, a curmudgeon if ever there was one, appears more subdued of late—a lot more.
Kinsey decides a possible license-revoking break-in and entry of Gus’ home is worth the risk. The discovery of a 300-pound goon sound asleep in a back bedroom only confirms her suspicions that Solana’s rave reviews are way off the mark. But actually, Solana Rojas is every bit the shining star she’s purported to be. The problem is that the woman living next door is not Solana Rojas. And by the time Kinsey puts it all together, it could cost her—big time. Explicit violence and language.
Hardcover Book : pages
Publisher: Putnam Pub Group/Mbr of Penguin Putnam ( December 04, 2007 )
Item #: 12-370318
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.8inches
Product Weight: 13.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Hate to have them end.
I loved this book just as much as all the others. Sue Grafton writes in a way that it feels like we know every thing about all the regular characters, not just Kinsey. Kinsey is a hoot, she's funny, she's serious and often in deep trouble. And all this time she manages to keep her black dress! I just want to know when the next book will be here. It usually takes me about 2 days to read all her books because it's so hard to put them down. Sue, please keep writing about Kinsey. Thank you for such good books.
Reviewer: Linda P
its to bad there is not a minus star rating , this was the slowest and confusing book i have ever had the misery of reading
Reviewer: dont m
I love these books; always have. I actually think the subject matter gets better and better as Kinsey evolves. Not looking forward to the end of the alphabet!
Love her style of writing have read all her books can't wait until she comes out with her next one. Hope she hasn't stopped writing......Gosh she is good!!!!!