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Book Review of R is for Ricochet (Kinsey Millhone, Bk 18)

R is for Ricochet (Kinsey Millhone, Bk 18)
reviewed R is for right on the edge of your seat! on

The best part of the series detective stories is that you get to know the character - Kinsey Millhone. Starting another day which sometimes might seem a bit boring but suddenly takes a turn to which boring doesn't look quite as bad. You might cringe at the cheese and pimento sandwiches, or chuckle at the tarantula spider scurrying across the office floor; but you will always be on the alert to what ever could possibly happen next!

This is a great "get away" book to stimulate the senses in the lifestyle of a female detective who shares human need and desire at multiple layers. The balance of priorities and how to handle those gray areas in life, but make it through in one piece. With lessons learned and a positive attitude towards approaching her next case, she finds that sometimes you do not have to be looking for trouble. It can find you!

The great part about the whole story is not guessing the ending half way through the book. Your challenged right through to the end and satisfied with a just ending.

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