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L'intuition féminine, parlons-en ! Quand sa sœur m'a demandé de retrouver Elaine Boldt, je m'imaginais que ce serait une affaire de routine qui me prendrait au maximum deux ou trois jours. Et maintenant je me retrouve avec le cadavre calciné de sa meilleure amie. Bien sûr, ça n'a peut-être aucune rapport. Mais Elaine se cache-t-elle parce qu'elle a peur d'être la prochaine victime ou parce qu'elle est la meurtrière ?

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 The Hard-Boiled Convention 25 mars 2014
Par Robert Downs - Publié sur
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Kinsey Millhone might have her iconic status entrenched about as well as Sue Grafton has hers, and the series has kept me just interested enough to continue through to O, but I’ll need to take periodic breaths in between, or I might find myself gasping for air as the clock strikes E. Who knows? I might make it all the way to G before I pass out, but there’s the distinct possibility I’ll turn blue sooner rather than later.

Like a female version of James Bond, she has her good points, and she has her bad ones, but she goes down easier in small doses. Sugar helps, and divorces might too, of which she’s had a few, even if she’s only in her mid-thirties, and her smile might be an easier pill to swallow, if the mystery didn’t feel as though it was a bit forced.

Her male counterparts may lack in development, and end up a bit too lean on their stocky frames with hard noses and hard attitudes, and a lack of conviction, and possibly convention as well. A personality injection might even the score, even if they could probably use a little more. The mystery felt undernourished, and could probably have used a bit more flourish. Or maybe panache might have made my smiles a bit cleaner, even if the prose was already leaner…than many tales with a PI at the center of attention, even as she strives for the hard-boiled convention.

Even the women proved of a crazy sort, with eccentric personalities that they should probably abort. It was slow, and it was fast, and often somewhere in between, but I never felt fully engaged in the scene. I might have laughed, but I certainly didn’t cry, as I watched some poor bastard die. And when it was all said and done, I needed a pause before I attacked the next one.

Robert Downs
Author of Falling Immortality: Casey Holden, Private Investigator
4.0 étoiles sur 5 kept my interest, and did not guess the ending 8 août 2016
Par Virginia Hoffmann - Publié sur
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Second book in Grafton's alphabet series. I liked this one better than A is for Alibi. The story was more complex and I did not guess the ending. This is a quick and simple read. The writing isn't great literature but it will hold your interest. I find her descriptions to be too much at times, and a bit tedious and unnecessary. There are some plot holes. I have read four of these novels now and there are plot holes in every one. But if you can overlook some logic issues, and the continually dumb things Kinsey (the detective) does (like never having her gun handy), then these books are enjoyable.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 this is a general review of the series 9 octobre 2013
Par Paul R DesRoches - Publié sur
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This will be my only review for all of this "alphabet" series by Sue Grafton:

With acclaim for the recently released "Z" book of the series, I decided to try out the series with "A". I'm on "F" now after about 2 weeks, and I'm enjoying them a lot. A dedidedly talented crime/detective writer, Sue Grafton's heroine, Kinsey Millhone, (first name is after her mother's maiden surname) is a feisty survivor type not to be taken lightly. She's gritty, tough, athletic, can handle a gun well enough to save her skin and then some, and is not above the occasional dip into romantic interlude. She's got a sense of humor as well, and a philosophical disposition that is built up over each successive "submission" or story. A likable gal to be sure, she's more of a persistent character than a master of deduction and reason like, say, Sherlock Holmes for example, who invevitably stumbles onto the full discovery of her pursuits through determination and hard work armed with her detective's 'nose' that grows keener with experience. What makes this and other tales fun to read is the ad-libbing that permeates the novels, which are really just a "thinking aloud" kind of running commentary on whatever is confronting her at the moment, and those help to define Kinsey' personality, likes and dislikes, motivations and feelings. I guess I'm hooked now, but the cost per book was only 2.99 for "A" through "E", and now nearly $7 from here onward, so that's not so cool.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting book 19 août 2016
Par Perpetual dieter - Publié sur
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I just finished this book and really like the character, Kinsey Malhone. I ran across this book series completely by accident at the laundromat one Sunday morning. Somebody had brought a stack of old books and left them there for the customers to read. That book was C is for Criminal. Needless to say it made me curious about the others. I purchased B, A and D. I have A & D yet to read this summer. If they are as good as B & C then I will explore the rest. So far I like them very much.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Sue Grafton is a master of her genre! 26 mars 2012
Par Regina Niesen - Publié sur
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Goodreads Description- Elaine Boldt is missing, and her sister wants Kinsey Millhone to find her.

Seems like a routine job. Boldt was last seen lavishly draped in a $12,000 lynx coat heading for Boca Raton. She never got there. But someone else had, and was camping out illegally in Mrs. Boldt's abode. Now, things were beginning to seem a bit less routine - particularly when Kinsey is ordered to drop the investigation just as she discovers that days before Elaine Boldt "bolted", her next-door neighbor and bridge partner had been murdered. Unfortunately, the killer is still at large . . . and looking for Kinsey!

Another good book by Sue Grafton. I really think she is one of the masters of the mystery drama. I like the fact that she sticks to the bare bones of the story and rarely goes off track and, so far, the bare bones always work for Grafton. The book is fast paced and easy to read because everything you read goes right to the plot of the story. The only weak part of this book were the parts with Elaine's sister and brother-in-law. Her sister was needed at the begining to bring the story to a start but, without giving anything away, the parts in the middle where Kinsey meets with the brother-in-law and then Beverly, Elaine's sister, seemed a little odd and meaningless to the plot. It would have been good if Grafton had gone somewhere with their stories, but they never come up again. I would like to read a book about just the two of them! No matter what, I am a fan of Sue Grafton. Even with the weakness I still give it 4 stars and I can promise that I will keep reading her books A-Z!
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