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Critical Review by Patricia Craig

SOURCE: Craig, Patricia. Review of “J” Is for Judgment, by Sue Grafton. Times Literary Supplement, no. 4718 (3 September 1993): 24.

In the following review, Craig praises “J” Is for Judgment as a rousing read and cherishes its heroine's sense of autonomy.

Ten down, sixteen to go. Will Sue Grafton be able to keep up the pace? Her alphabetical adventure series shows no signs of flagging—Kinsey Millhone is still up there with the giants of the private eye genre, as magnetic as Marlowe, as insouciant as Spenser. When a strange man surprises Kinsey on the balcony of his hotel room [in “J” Is for Judgment], she isn't at a loss for a suitable course of action: “I pulled out my shirttail and peeled off my blouse like...

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