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Book Review of M is for Malice (Kinsey Millhone, Bk 13)

M is for Malice (Kinsey Millhone, Bk 13)
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A very quick read. Liked this one - Kinsey takes a job from her cousin Tasha, who bailed her out of a jam in the last book. My initial guess on the murderer was wrong although I think it would have been a more likely scenario than Grafton's, but it works anyway. This time there were a couple likable characters among the suspects. Kinsey's malaise in this book was interesting - she's taking stock of her life and finding it wanting, but I know from subsequent books she isn't going to change much if anything. The part where she describes herself as risk-averse made me laugh; I felt Grafton did a good job making her clueless about that part of her life.