Sue Grafton | Critical Review by Richard Lipez

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Sue Grafton.
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SOURCE: Lipez, Richard. “Mysteries.” Washington Post Book World 25, no. 38 (17 September 1995): 8.

In the following positive review, Lipez describes “L” Is for Lawless as “droll” and “larky.”

“I don't mean to bitch, but in the future I intend to hesitate before I do a favor for the friend of a friend.” That's the attention-getting opening line of Sue Grafton's droll, larky “L” Is for Lawless, the latest in her Kinsey Millhone P.I. series. This one goes slack, even improbable, now and again, but Millhone is as companionable as ever during a case that takes her from her cozy Southern California digs to some of the least inviting stopovers in the Mid-South and back. Readers might favor, by a hair, an amusingly anti-human...

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