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  • Paperback
  • 320
  • D is for Deadbeat
  • Sue Grafton
  • English
  • 08 June 2020
  • 9780312939021

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D is for Deadbeat review ☆ 103 Tainer against her better judgmentWhen Limardo's check bounces Kinsey discovers she's been had big time Alvin Limardo is really John Daggett an ex con with a drinking problem two wives to boot and a slew of people who would like to see him dead Now Kinsey is out four hundred dollars and in hot pursuit of DaggettWhen Dagge. T is for TediousR is for RepetitiveK is for KMNDNF After reading two of her books and seeing reviews of her Kinsey books 10 15 years later I m done It s clear that Grafton is never going to do than skim the surface of noir Mostly a waste of time The thousand individual scenes of Kinsey s investigations are mostly carbon copies of each other with a few words changed to pretend a variety Kinsey is the author Sue Grafton as is common in writers of fiction And Sue s immaturity is reflected in her writing and in heroine s behaviour Luckily Sue has good prose but I wish for a bit depth to the characters and situations and far less repetition The whole book is incredibly linear and by halfway through uite tedious and I began to skim Not good There s probably 100 pages of place descriptions and clothing which don t advance the plot or characterisations We read every change of outfit Kinsey wears and details of what she eats and why all becoming uite tedious by the 20th occurrence Sheesh Get a life About Santa Teresa a fictional city used by Ross Macdonald and Sue Grafton in their noir Sue Grafton s is about 90 minutes drive north of Los Angeles Kinsey Sometimes I stand in the bathtub elbows resting on the sill and stare at passing cars just thinking how lucky I am I love being single It s almost like being rich Alcoholism Look what he s done to me already I think of him every time I have a drink I think of him if I decide not to have a drink If I even meet a man who drinks or if I see a bum on the street or smell bourbon his face is the first thing that comes to mind Oh God and if I m around someone who s had too much I can t stand it I disconnect My life is filled with reminders of him His apologies and his phony wheedling charm his boo hooing when the booze got to him The times he fell the times he got put in jail the times he spent every dime we had A 37 foot Chris Craft with a flying bridge Wild Woods really John Daggett an ex con with a drinking problem two wives to boot and a slew of people who would like to see him dead Now Kinsey is out four hundred dollars and in hot pursuit of DaggettWhen Dagge. T is for TediousR is for RepetitiveK is for KMNDNF After Ark of Fire Caedmon Aisuith #1 reading two of her books and seeing Starlight reviews of her Kinsey books 10 15 years later I m done It s clear that Grafton is never going to do than skim the surface of noir Mostly a waste of time The thousand individual scenes of Kinsey s investigations are mostly carbon copies of each other with a few words changed to pretend a variety Kinsey is the author Sue Grafton as is common in writers of fiction And Sue s immaturity is A Kingdom of Dreams reflected in her writing and in heroine s behaviour Luckily Sue has good prose but I wish for a bit depth to the characters and situations and far less The gay liberation book repetition The whole book is incredibly linear and by halfway through uite tedious and I began to skim Not good There s probably 100 pages of place descriptions and clothing which don t advance the plot or characterisations We Aspettami sulla cima read every change of outfit Kinsey wears and details of what she eats and why all becoming uite tedious by the 20th occurrence Sheesh Get a life About Santa Teresa a fictional city used by Ross Macdonald and Sue Grafton in their noir Sue Grafton s is about 90 minutes drive north of Los Angeles Kinsey Sometimes I stand in the bathtub elbows From Hell (Nueva edición) (Trazado) resting on the sill and stare at passing cars just thinking how lucky I am I love being single It s almost like being Stilling the Mind rich Alcoholism Look what he s done to me already I think of him every time I have a drink I think of him if I decide not to have a drink If I even meet a man who drinks or if I see a bum on the street or smell bourbon his face is the first thing that comes to mind Oh God and if I m around someone who s had too much I can t stand it I disconnect My life is filled with Silver Moon: A Riley Hunter Novel (The Riley Hunter Series Book 1) (English Edition) reminders of him His apologies and his phony wheedling charm his boo hooing when the booze got to him The times he fell the times he got put in jail the times he spent every dime we had A 37 foot Chris Craft with a flying bridge

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D is for Deadbeat review ☆ 103 Tt's corpse shows up floating in the Santa Teresa surf the cops rule the death an accident Kinsey thinks it's murder But seeking justice for a man who everyone seemed to despise is going to be a lot tougher than she bargained for and what awaits her at the end of the road is much disturbing than she could've ever imagined. I have to admit this one was hard to listen to Most of the characters were reprehensible and the background on the case was a very sad story Throughout the book you are not sure about the John Daggett character and wonder all the times at his motives for doing thingsKinsey has to deal with a very diverse group of characters in this book There are ex cons teenagers siblings multiple wives and a very anger daughter Kinsey also finds herself just waiting for a break in the case to move to the next clue This is probably the first book where I actually felt some sympathy for the killer When this book was over I think I felt as tired and emotionally drain as Kinsey did it just wasn t a story with any light to dark places Judy Kaye continues to deliver one of the most consistent narrations of a book series that I have ever listened to You always know when Kinsey is speaking and you can easily discern the voices of the other characters without any confusion

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D is for Deadbeat review ☆ 103 When Alvin Limardo walks into PI Kinsey Millhone's office she smells bad news He wants Kinsey to deliver 25000 The recipient A fifteen year old boy It's a simple matter So simple that Kinsey wonders why he doesn't deliver the money himself She's almost certain something is off But with rent due Kinsey accepts Limardo's re. I notice that if you are reading this book Goodreads suggests that you might also enjoy Sara Paretsky s VIWarshawski series And I am not surprised because honestly Kinsey and Vic could be twin sisters The same brusue personality the same disregard for personal safety and for other people s feelings I sometimes have to remind myself which series I am readingWhich is fine with me because I enjoy both D is for Deadbeat is not one of Grafton s best but it is an easy read The murderer was not obvious and the final part of the book was a bit over the top but probably the only possible solution A fun story written well and an ideal choice if you want an easy entertaining mystery novel