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Book Review of T is for Trespass (Kinsey Millhone, Bk 20)

T is for Trespass (Kinsey Millhone, Bk 20)
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I liked this one quite a lot, although Kinsey seems to be more afraid of things than she was in the beginning books. Not a complaint, it's interesting seeing how she wades into trouble anyway but then has the adrenaline rush and the shakes that 'regular" people (as opposed to the tough P.I. stereotype) would have. I liked the elder abuse plot - I remember when the whole conservator scam started getting a lot of publicity in CA and I'm sure it still goes on. That entire scenario is all too real. It was a little disconcerting to read the sections from Solana's POV, but they were suitably creepy. I also liked how Henry's girlfriend worked into the plot. The subplot with the car accident also turned out to be kind of creepy too, so it was a rough few months for Kinsey. As usual there's a big action scene at the end. Five more to go in this series.