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O is for Outlaw

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Sue Grafton

Narrated By: Unknown

Publisher: Random House (Audio)

Date: October 1999

Duration: 10 hours 38 minutes

Summary:

O IS FOR OUTLAW
Read by Judy Kaye
6 casseettes / approx. 10 hours
The call comes on a Monday morning from a guy who scavenges defaulted storage units at auction. The weekend before, he'd bought a stack of cardboard boxes. In one, there was a collection of childhood memorabilia with Kinsey's name all over it.
Though she's never been one for personal possessions, curiousity is a power force. What she finds among the items is an old undelivered letter to her that will force her to reexamine her beliefs about the breakup of her first marriage...about the honor of her first husband...and about an unsolved murder. It will put her life in the gravest peril.
Through fourteen books, listeners have been fed short rations when it comes to Kinsey Millhone's past: a morsel here, a dollop there. We know about the aunt who raised her, the second husband who left her, the long-lost family up the California coast. But husband number one has remained a blip on the screen. Until now. ""O" Is for Outlaw: a revealing excursion into Kindey's past.

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  • Ruth Mitchell

    Great, Great just love Kinsey Millhone. She is a go getter. She never give up will keep digging until she gets what she is looking for.

  • Anonymous

    This was the best one of the series so far. I liked that there was more in the story about Kinsey's past. This book had more "meat" to it than the others. I hope the other books continue in the same vein.

  • Mary McGuire

    Obviously if you like Sue Grafton's alphabet series you'll like this one. If you've never been introduced to the series this one is fairly typical. Grafton writes in the first person and you usually can't figure out too much without the character figuring it out at the same time. This one dips back into her personal history a bit more than others but it's not too distracting.