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H is for Homicide Book Review

H is for Homicide: A Kinsey Millhone Novel

Author Sue Grafton
Copy Right in 1991
Re-print Edition Published in November 2007
Publisher is St. Martin’s Paperback
Available in eBook, Audio, Hardcover, Paperback & Mass Market (302 pages)
Literature & Fiction (Books) | Private Investigator Mysteries | Women Sleuths

A side note about reading, writing, and me. Before becoming a published author, I was aware of reviews in books and would sometime read them, but I never understood their true importance. When I opened the cover of H is for Homicide the first thing I noted were the 12 reviews and thought “Wow, twelve reviews! That’s wonderful.” I have a new appreciation of reviews, and I also enjoy noting who the source is.

The following review was originally posted on Goodreads: February 8, 2023.

H is for Homicide is a good read. The pace and tone are great and the plot keeps a reader turning the pages. Kinsey Millhone sure finds herself in some interesting situations and through it all, she remains strong and resourceful. Sue Grafton has created some interesting characters for this letter of the alphabet: Raymond, Bibianna, Jimmy, and Luis. Overall, H is for Homicide presents a great cast of characters and an interesting story with a satisfying conclusion.

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4 thoughts on “H is for Homicide Book Review

  1. Hi Shari
    Hope you had a good holiday weekend.

    I know I’ve read a few of Sue Grafton’s books. Can’t say she wowed me. I’ll look into this one.

    Tale Spinning

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    1. I enjoyed the character of Kinsey Millhone. I found her adventures amusing. I haven’t read the full series, only four books and not in order. Thanks for stopping in, Stu. Heading your way now.


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