4 of 5 stars to T is for Trespass, the 20th book in the “Kinsey Millhone Alphabet” mystery series, written in 2007 by Sue Grafton. A great addition to the thriller series with this release. And a few things begin to change. Grafton introduces some updates to the format, including a different perspective and point of view by introducing the thoughts of the villain. A very timely book too, focusing on elder care and the abuse that happens once people start to need assistance in order to live or survive. I was pleasantly surprised with this book and enjoyed reading it from beginning to end. It was the last book in the series I’ve read, and once I finish catching up on a few reviews of the older ones, I plan to dive back into this series. I’m hoping the voice change is here to stay… not in an overwhelming capacity, but enough to carry us thru the final 6 books in the series. Kinsey is an amazing character. You rarely tire of her as she grows a bit with each book, shows up how her job impacts her life, but it’s never too drastic. I’m curious how it will all end…
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