Sue Grafton | Critical Review by Dick Lochte

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SOURCE: Lochte, Dick. “When the Dick Is a Dame.” Los Angeles Times Book Review (10 May 1992): 2, 12.

In the following review, Lochte lauds “I” Is for Innocent for its entertaining plot and its ability to interweave protagonist Kinsey Millhone's personal life with elements from the traditional detective story.

When Sue Grafton made her debut as a mystery novelist in 1982 with ‘A’ Is for Alibi, her sleuth-narrator introduced herself as follows: “My name is Kinsey Millhone. I'm a private investigator, licensed by the state of California. I'm thirty-two years old, twice divorced, no kids. The day before yesterday I killed someone and the fact weighs heavily on my mind.”

In her newest satisfying search for truth and justice, ‘I’ Is for Innocent, Kinsey is as candid, observant, funny, loyal and determined as...

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