T Is for Trespass

T Is for Trespass

Book - 2007
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An evil woman steals an identity and uses it to acquire caregiving positions in which she does the unthinkable. It is up to Kinsey Millhone to discover the truth.
Publisher: New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, c2007
ISBN: 9780399154485
0399154485
Branch Call Number: FIC Graft 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 387 p. --

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Eil_1
Jul 07, 2015

Fast[-paced and an insight into the plight of some elderly people. Enjoyed it very much.

btmslt Mar 06, 2012

Not quite as good as some of Grafton's previous novels but still worth a read.

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stepheo
Jan 22, 2010

Good fun read. The usual Sue Grafton fare.

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harvhope
Sep 15, 2008

This was a slightly different type of Sue Grafton novel. Still the same main character and ancilliary friends but different in "voice" - sometimes in the voice of the "villain". But still liked it.

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Campbell
Aug 19, 2008

I enjoyed this book as much as each of Grafton's previous in this series, but I don't recall the others having as much coarse language.

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Campbell
Aug 19, 2008

Coarse Language: There are several occurrences of the main character using coarse language. It isn't prolific, but it is there.

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Campbell
Aug 19, 2008

Violence: There are a couple of graphic scenes described in the book.

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Campbell
Aug 19, 2008

Campbell thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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Campbell
Aug 19, 2008

A story of Kinsey Milhone's personal connection to the vulnerable lives of the elderly and the people that take advantage of them.

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