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When a glamorous redhead wishes to locate the son she put up for adoption 32 years ago, it seems like easy money for PI Kinsey Millhone. But it becomes apparent this mystery woman has something to hide.

Meanwhile, the widow of Kinsey's old friend, Pete Wolinsky, needs help with her IRS audit. This seemingly innocuous task takes a treacherous turn when Kinsey finds a coded list. It soon leads her to an unhinged man with a catalogue of ruined lives left in his wake.

As Kinsey delves deeper into the investigation, she quickly becomes the next target of this tormentor. But can Kinsey prove her case against him before she becomes the next victim?

©2015 Sue Grafton (P)2015 Isis Publishing Ltd

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  • G. N. Croft
  • 11-22-16

Always good

The big worry is what is going to happen when the alphabet is complete

Yet again from a master of words a great intrigue with the solidness of much loved characters to keep your feet on the ground
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  • Ruth on a house
  • 10-12-16

Too much detail

I enjoyed the story and the threads but felt, particularly in the early part of the story there was a lot of unnecessary detail that felt like padding. Apart from that it was great.