Review: R is for Ricochet

R is for Ricochet Book Review
4 out of 5 stars to R is for Ricochet, the 18th book in the “Kinsey Millhone” mystery series, written in 2004 by Sue Grafton. Another great book in this series, I enjoyed the different type of case Kinsey took on. A wealthy man wants to ensure his daughter is on her best behavior while she gets out on parole after a few years. Her wild side seems to have quieted down while in jail, and Kinsey needs the money. So… she takes the case — mistake #1. Then she realizes her case is not a calm woman looking to start new after getting sprung from the slammer… as she’s just being dragged back into the crazy again. That’s mistake #2. You’ll have to read the book to know mistakes 3 and 4 (there are two of them!), but I’m comfortable saying the plot and the characters in this one feel as though Grafton kicked it up a notch. I really like this series and am hoping to pic back up at V as soon as I finish a few more reviews. You should give this one a chance. There are only 26 books to read!

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