3.5 out of 5 stars to K is for Killer, the 11th book in the “Kinsey Millhone” mystery series, written in 1994 by Sue Grafton. In this one, Kinsey’s life is relatively calm, which she is enjoying… until someone shows up begging for help in solving the death of her daughter. Kinsey doesn’t think she can do much, given the police haven’t found anything in the months-old trail. But the woman is convincing and Kinsey needs the money. Unfortunately, the case turns out to be brutal — and the dead girl had a very tumultuous crop of friends and acquaintances, all who have a different take on the death. And some of them don’t believe it was murder. Kinsey knows they’re hiding something and takes off on her usual path to solve another crazy case. I enjoyed the book, however it wasn’t one of the better ones. It’s smack in the middle of the series, slightly above average in the mystery world for 1990s fiction. The series took a minor slump with this book, not because it was bad, but because it just wasn’t as powerful as the rest. Still a definite read and no reason to abandon the entire series.
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