Review: O is for Outlaw

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O is for OutlawBook Review
4 out of 5 stars for O is for Outlaw, the 15th book in the “Kinsey Millhone” mystery series, written in 1999 by Sue Grafton. What an amazing treat for longtime fans of this series with the “O” alphabet book. We’ve known Kinsey for a long time, but very little about her life before the books began. We met the ex-husband(s), heard a snippet here and there, but we never actually got a lot of details about this wonderful heroine. Well now we do… and more than we’d hoped. When she buys a box of belongings, she finds a letter that she should have received years ago, completely changing (possibly) her relationship with her first ex-husband. Well… how often do you get a chance to explore the past again. Kinsey’s core is certainly shocked, but she is a trooper and does what she needs to figure out exactly what happened and what she needs to do now. A rare and introspective look at her past is what she needs, and as a reader, I’m glad to have the opportunity to learn more.



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3 thoughts on “Review: O is for Outlaw

    shalini said:
    June 8, 2017 at 2:22 PM

    Have you read all of her books a to z.. I read first few pages of a is for alibi, found it slow so left it for a rainy day…

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      June 8, 2017 at 2:27 PM

      I have read most of them. I just finished writing the last review for all the previous ones I read: A through V. I still need to read W, X, Y and Z, which comes out later this year. It’s not a major thriller or suspense series… middle-road mystery. But for a series with 20+ books, it’s very consistent in style and ratings.

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