Here together for the first time in audio, Santa Teresa P.I. Kinsey Millhone is still on the case.
"G" Is for Gumshoe
Kinsey Millhone's 33 birthday brings about final renovations to her apartment, a new case, and the top slot on Tyrone Patty's hit list. Obviously, it would turn out to be a birthday to remember.
"H" Is for Homicide
To the cops, the death of claims adjuster Parnell Perkins looked like a robbery gone sour; to Kinsey Millhone, it looks strangely suspicious. As the evidence leads Kinsey to insurance scammer Bibianna Diaz, she must race to get to her before Bibianna's spurned and violent suitor, Raymond Maldonado, does.
"I" Is for Innocent
Kenneth Voight thought that justice had not been served when David Barney was acquitted in the shooting death of Voight's ex-wife, Isabelle. Five years later, Voight is the plaintiff in a civil suit in which Barney stands accused of Isabelle's wrongful death. When Voight hires Kinsey to gather the necessary damning evidence, a simple civil case becomes a deadly hunt for someone who once got away with murder - and may again.
©2005 Sue Grafton (P)2012 Random House Audio
SUE GRAFTON'S ALPHABET BOOKS ARE ENJOYABLE LISTENING. WHEN I TRAVEL, I ALWAYS TAKE KINSEY (MAIN CHARACTER) WITH ME. HAVING A PACKAGE OF THREE BOOKS IN ONE, I ALWAYS HAVE PLENTY OF GOOD LISTENING AVAILABLE.
Interesting story lines, never disappointed in the plots and twists and turns. Look forward to next book always.
I absolutely adore Audible! I have broadened my spectrum of reads greatly.
Judy Kay is an amazing narrator!! her place is Kinsey to me.
the board sort of sarcastic drawn out way that Judy uses in her narration gives such personality to who 1 Kinsey is
my favorite line of the three books was the one where Kinsey sarcastically reply 2 Louie about his choice of a name for a dog"Perro".
I want to name my dog Perro in honor of Kinsey. Sue Grafton did an amazing job on the ABC Mysteries my favorite so far is "H is for homicide" I hope you enjoy them too!
I love all of them, and good price
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