It was like being in the presence of a snake, first hissing its presence and then coiled in readiness. I didnat dare turn my back or take my eyes off of her. I stood very still. I let go of my fight-or-flight defense and decided to play dead. If you run from a bear, it gives chase. Thatas the nature of the beast. Likewise a snake. If I moved, she might strike. When her elderly neighbour Gus has an accident, Kinsey Millhone is relieved when his niece organises a nurse for him. Verifying a background check on Solana Rojas doesnat turn up anything suspicious. But Kinseyas not convinced a especially when Gus seems to be getting worse under his nurseas tender care. Realising that her neighbourly concern isnat going to get her past the front door Kinsey turns to more unorthodox methods to step up her investigation. And gets far more than she bargained for . . . Not only is Solana not who she seems to be but sheas more than able to play Kinsey at her own game. Suddenly the tables have turned and itas Kinsey whoas on the wrong side of the law . . .a#39;Old guy withwhite hair in a brown leather bomber jacketa#39; isasmuch as she recalls . ... Maybe shea#39;ll remember something Ican use to track this guy down. ... are two items Isuppose I should mention at this point: (1)Instead of my 1974 VW sedan, Ia#39; m now drivinga 1970 Ford Mustang, manual transmission, which is what I prefer.
|Title||:||T is for Trespass|
|Publisher||:||Pan Macmillan - 2008-11-03|