T is for Trespass

T is for Trespass

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It was like being in the presence of a snake, first hissing its presence and then coiled in readiness. I didna€™t 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. Thata€™s 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 doesna€™t turn up anything suspicious. But Kinseya€™s not convinced a€“ especially when Gus seems to be getting worse under his nursea€™s tender care. Realising that her neighbourly concern isna€™t 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 shea€™s more than able to play Kinsey at her own game. Suddenly the tables have turned and ita€™s Kinsey whoa€™s 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
Author:Sue Grafton
Publisher:Pan Macmillan - 2008-11-03


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