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[Read Kindle] Ö E Is for Evidence ⚪ When an extrashows up in her bank account, Kinsey Millhone puts it down to clerical error But suddenly the deposit makes sense It s not a mistake, it s a setup Kinsey now has a new client herself As she unravels the frame, she finds her future tied to one family s secret, hidden for almostyears I decided I had enough heavy reading for a time now, so decided to chill out with a lightweight mystery this weekend.Sue Grafton writes mysteries in alphabetical order, with her female private investigator Kinsey Millhone as the protagonist This is the fifth one obvious from the title , where Kinsey is framed for collaboration in an insurance fraud As an investigator for California Fidelity Insurance Company, she is investigating what she thinks is a routine fire claim at the Wood Warren Co I decided I had enough heavy reading for a time now, so decided to chill out with a lightweight mystery this weekend.Sue Grafton writes mysteries in alphabetical order, with her female private investigator Kinsey Millhone as the protagonist This is the fifth one obvious from the title , where Kinsey is framed for collaboration in an insurance fraud As an investigator for California Fidelity Insurance Company, she is investigating what she thinks is a routine fire claim at the Wood Warren Company however, the file given to her has been tampered, as it is arson in reality Kinsey realises that she has got caught in a set up which is actually meant for Lance Wood, the proprietor of the company now she must race against the clock to find the real culprit or must contemplate going to jail herself As mysteries go, this is average It is well plotted with no obvious holes, and the there is the appropriate aha reaction at the end, and is a reasonably fast read But these American mysteries rely too much on investigative procedure and less on the whodunit than their British counterparts No doubt they aretrue to life, but the magic of the detective pulling the villainous rabbit out of the hat in the last chapter cannot be replaced by any amount of gritty realism, IMO.A quick, breezy, enjoyable read Book ReviewE is for Evidence, written in 1988, is the fifth book in the Kinsey Millhone mystery series by the hilarious Sue Grafton It s just before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature is stirring, except for one of Kinsey s two ex husbands Daniel Wade And if that s not enough, she takes on a small investigation involving arson, only to find a mysterious 5K deposit into her bank account that she didn t put there Something smells a little too much like gas aBook ReviewE is for Evidence, written in 1988, is the fifth book in the Kinsey Millhone mystery series by the hilarious Sue Grafton It s just before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature is stirring, except for one of Kinsey s two ex husbands Daniel Wade And if that s not enough, she takes on a small investigation involving arson, only to find a mysterious 5K deposit into her bank account that she didn t put there Something smells a little too much like gas and yup, it s her because she s practically on fire in this installment Between arson, bombs, odd family relationships, creepy ex husbands and some sort of money pay off scheme, Kinsey s stuck in the middle of a bad puzzle.Kinsey is a fantastic character She has a few flaws and annoying habits, but for the most part, she s a strong female lead who can demonstrate intelligence, charm and consideration The series is dependable, providing laughs, a little drama and suspense, a cozy warm feeling and usually something new and exciting This is a fine example of a typical novel in the series, and you really either like these types of books or you don t I enjoy them because it transports you into a world you likely never get to participate in solving crimes, pushing people, getting a bit nosy and we all like those things from time to time What s good about this one is you learnabout the Kinsey from the past thru her relationship with her ex, DanielAbout MeFor those new to me or my reviews here s the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film reviews, the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I ve visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the who what when where and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by Note All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them Many thanks to their original creators polldaddy poll 9729544 polldaddy poll 9719251 I m giving this book a higher score than the last one because Kinsey gets hurt both physically and emotionally in this book and I heartily approve She deserves every bit of the pain and suffering she goes through Bwuhahaha ahem yeah, sorry, my darkness is showing I m just um joking yeah, that s what it is quick subject change So, anyway, in this book, Kinsey is all depressey and such because she is alone during the holidays and nobody loves her The married man that s I m giving this book a higher score than the last one because Kinsey gets hurt both physically and emotionally in this book and I heartily approve She deserves every bit of the pain and suffering she goes through Bwuhahaha ahem yeah, sorry, my darkness is showing I m just um joking yeah, that s what it is quick subject change So, anyway, in this book, Kinsey is all depressey and such because she is alone during the holidays and nobody loves her The married man that she started an affair with in the last book has taken his wife and kids skiing for the Christmas New Year break, so she s sad and upset I m not saying she deserves this, but what did she think having a married father as a boyfriend would be like Even funnierpuzzling is the fact that her ex husband who cheated on her is back in town and she spends half the book bitching moaning philosophizing about how horrible it was to be cheated on Talk about not being self aware The mystery in this book is very personal to Kinsey because she is framed for committing a crime and is trying to prove her own innocence while figuring out what happened There is a very rich family involved, that she has known since childhood, and they are just as conniving as we all know the ultra rich are through our extensive book reading.Leading cause of death of rich parents This was the perfect book for anyone pissed off at Kinsey for being a cheating sham of a woman who also never has a nice thing to say about any other female she meets She gets the absolute crap beat out of her in this one I loved every minute of it Maybe I will even go reread it again just to revel in her pain And then, I will get in my giant comfy bed with my wonderful, faithful husband and dream of fluffy kittens and rainbows, knowing that I am safe and loved It s not like I m a vengeful bitch I mean, sure, I have this chart but still it s fair I really enjoyed this one It was a very easy read I finished it in one day Nothing much happened that does not usually happen in a Kinsey Millhone book Maybe she does not usually get blown up, not just once but twice Oh and she doesn t always get visited by her second ex husband But the rest is the usual Kinsey goodness, lots of falling out with various people, lots of sleuthing which is why she falls out with people and lots of calling in favours from various people including police o I really enjoyed this one It was a very easy read I finished it in one day Nothing much happened that does not usually happen in a Kinsey Millhone book Maybe she does not usually get blown up, not just once but twice Oh and she doesn t always get visited by her second ex husband But the rest is the usual Kinsey goodness, lots of falling out with various people, lots of sleuthing which is why she falls out with people and lots of calling in favours from various people including police officers The murderer turned out to be one of a number of possibles collected along the way I did not guess him in advance but then I often don t Kinsey did not guess until the end either Four stars for a very light and very entertaining read