by Sue Grafton
Released: November 29 2005
Series: Kinsey Millhone #5
Published by St. Martins Press
“Next to Eve Dallas, Kinsey Millhone is the other mystery heroine that I absolutely love. She is my soul sister and I feel like I can relate to her on many different levels. ”
~ Under the Covers
Much like J.D. Robb’s In Death books, I’ve come to see this series as a comfort read for me. Whenever I’m reading something rubbish or need a refresher, I always turn to Sue Grafton to get me out of my funk.
E IS FOR EVIDENCE has a little bit of a Christmas theme to it so it was nice to read around this time. I especially liked this one because it’s a little bit different to the other cases that Kinsey has had in the past. This one isn’t as fast-paced but it’s intriguing on a different level because it looks like something is trying to pull a fast one on Kinsey.
It’s not often someone tries to get the best of her so I found this book to be different from all the others. This book is also slightly slower in pace because it is the holidays and people are more concerned about taking part in festivities rather than crime, but everyone knows that crime doesn’t wait on no one.
Once again, I listened to this one on audiobook and I really like this narrator. She does the best voices and also manages to keep the pace moving well. I don’t think I will go back to ever simply reading the books because they are just so fun to listen to.
Next to Eve Dallas, Kinsey Millhone is the other mystery heroine that I absolutely love. She is my soul sister and I feel like I can relate to her on many different levels. I think I might actually end up like Kinsey when I grow up because so much of our personalities are the same. I just like how effective and productive she is. She’s definitely a girl I want to be my friend. So if you haven’t read this series yet, you just need to. I can’t wait to read more.
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