(or at least, that's what I like to think)
This is one of the best and more entertaining Kinsey Milhone adventures that I ‘ve read so far. Sue Grafton doesn’t disappoint their fans with this one in which our favorite detective replaces and old friend and sleuth (Morley) after his death. Kinsey has been fired from the Fidelity of California and she’s not feeling so good about herself, but that doesn’t obviously stop her from digging into an investigation in which David Barney, who has been accused before for the murder of her rich wife and has been declared innocent, he is been accused again with civil charges. Although everyone’s seems to be sure about his guilt, Kinsey discoveries may indicate that there is more to the case that it seemed at the beginning. On the other hand, there seem to be some missing archives in Morley’s papers, which makes Kinsey suspicious about almost everyone and awakes her doubts about Morley’s death for natural causes…
I for innocent is an entertaining, funny and interesting page turner in which the reader reaffirms his/her sympathy for Kinsey Milhone and enjoys until the last page with a genius and fantastic turning point. I liked it so much that I begun another Kinsey adventure the next day, -“C is for corpse”-, I’ll keep you posted!
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