📙 "Although Kinsey Millhone has been around for 25 years, critics agree that "T Is for Trespass" is one of Sue Grafton's finest works to date. About elder abuse and identity theft, among other crimes, the novel devotes pages to both Kinsey's and the villain's perspectives and thus becomes more of a battle of wits between the two women than a real mystery. As Kinsey decides when and how far to get involved in Gus's horrific plight, her other cases (a child molester is on the loose, for example) kept critics turning the pages. Reviewers also appreciated that Kinsey ages blissfully slowly - since 1982, when "A Is for Alibi" was published, she has only gained five years - and thus remains in the Internet-free 1980s, where interpersonal relationships triumph. The ending put off a few critics, but otherwise this 20th installment thoroughly engrosses". >
Phillips & Nelson Media, Inc.