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F is for Fugitive

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by
Sue Grafton

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 352 pages

Protection: DRM

Language: English

My name is Kinsey Millhone. I’m thirty-two years old, twice married, no kids, currently unattached and likely to remain so given my disposition, which is cautious at best . . . Seventeen years had passed since Jean Timberlake’s body had been found at the foot of the sea wall. At the time, Bailey Fowler, an ex-boyfriend of hers, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. Now he’d changed his tune. Kinsey Millhone was called in to solve the case – then she stumbled on the dark secrets of a family’s buried past . . . ‘Kinsey Millhone is one of the most convincing private investigators in operation’ Independent ‘An alphabet of prime puzzles’ Sunday Times ‘Kinsey Millhone is up there with the giants of the private eye genre . . . exhilarating stuff’ Times Literary Supplement

My name is Kinsey Millhone. I’m thirty-two years old, twice married, no kids, currently unattached and likely to remain so given my disposition, which is cautious at best . . . Seventeen years had passed since Jean Timberlake’s body had been found at the foot of the sea wall. At the time, Bailey Fowler, an ex-boyfriend of hers, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. Now he’d changed his tune. Kinsey Millhone was called in to solve the case – then she stumbled… (more)

My name is Kinsey Millhone. I’m thirty-two years old, twice married, no kids, currently unattached and likely to remain so given my disposition, which is cautious at best . . . Seventeen years had passed since Jean Timberlake’s body had been found at the foot of the sea wall. At the time, Bailey Fowler, an ex-boyfriend of hers, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. Now he’d changed his tune. Kinsey Millhone was called in to solve the case – then she stumbled on the dark secrets of a family’s buried past . . . ‘Kinsey Millhone is one of the most convincing private investigators in operation’ Independent ‘An alphabet of prime puzzles’ Sunday Times ‘Kinsey Millhone is up there with the giants of the private eye genre . . . exhilarating stuff’ Times Literary Supplement

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