4 out of 5 stars to I is for Innocent, the 9th book in the “Kinsey Millhone” mystery series, written in 1992 by Sue Grafton. Innocent is a great example of why this is a good book series to read. Kinsey is funny but not silly. She is real, but flawed. The book is split into thirds, covering different angles of the case. Another example of Kinsey taking a case trying to determine what happened many years ago. But this time, she’s partnering with another detective, then taking it over. She’s got two husbands on different sides, fighting over the deceased’s inheritance. How will she get herself thru this one? With good detective skills, some charm and a little ingenuity. That’s what these books are all about. Part luck, part smarts, Kinsey always solves the case. Sometimes she gets hurt, but often she comes out on top with little damage.
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