"I" is for Innocent (Paperback)
A Kinsey Millhone Novel (Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mysteries #9)
St. Martin's Griffin, 9781250029652, 352pp.
Publication Date: July 16, 2013
Another "IRRESISTIBLE" (Baltimore Sun) novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Sue Grafton
I IS FOR IF . . .
Five years ago David Barney was acquitted of the murder of his rich wife, Isabelle. Now, Isabelle's ex-husband, Ken Voigt—who is suing Barney for her estate—is claiming the jury made a fatal mistake...
I IS FOR INDICTMENT . . .
Enter P.I. Kinsey Millhone, who takes the Barney case over from a former colleague…and comes up with more questions than answers. Why are Mr. Barney's witnesses denying ever having spoken to him? Why did Isabelle have so many enemies—including but not limited to her best friend, Voight's second wife, and her own twin sister?
I IS FOR INNOCENT
But the most troubling question of all is: Why is it that everything David Barney has to say about his beloved Isabelle still checks out? Now it's up to Kinsey to figure out who's getting away with murder . . . .before she courts her own.
The New York Times #1 bestselling series reissued for a whole new generation of readers!
"A" Is for Alibi
"B" Is for Burglar
"C" Is for Corpse
"D" Is for Deadbeat
"E" Is for Evidence
"F" Is for Fugitive
"G" Is for Gumshoe
"H" Is for Homicide
"I" Is for Innocent
"J" Is for Judgment
"K" Is for Killer
"L" is for Lawless
"M" Is for Malice
"N" Is for Noose
"O" Is for Outlaw
"P" Is for Peril
"Q" Is for Quarry
"R" Is for Ricochet
"S" Is for Silence
"T" Is for Trespass
"U" Is for Undertow
"V" Is for Vengeance
"W" Is for Wasted
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Praise For "I" is for Innocent: A Kinsey Millhone Novel (Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mysteries #9)…
“Intelligent, fast-paced, and filled with memorable characters . . . Kinsey remains as engaging as ever.” —The New York Times Book Review
“Smart, tough, and thorough…Kinsey Millhone is a pleasure.” —The Bloomsbury Review
“Kinsey is one of the most persuasive of the new female operatives…She's refreshingly free of gender clichés. Grafton, who is a very witty writer, has also given her sleuth a nice sense of humor--and a set of Wonder Woman sheets to prove it.” —Boston Herald
“Kinsey's got brains and a sense of humor.” —Kirkus Reviews