First printing of the sixth Kinsey Millhone mystery.
Near fine in fine jacket.
"I'm thirty-two years old, twice married, no kids, currently unattached and likely to remain so given my disposition, which is cautious at best."
In this mid-Alphabet installment of Grafton's classic dectective series, private eye Kinsey Millhone searches for a young woman's real killer, seventeen years after her new client's son already confessed to the crime. "One of my beliefs," Grafton once said, "is that we all have a homicidal rage within us." A handsome copy.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, (1989). 8'' x 5.5''. Original quarter black cloth with terracotta cloth boards. In original unclipped ($15.95) dust jacket. , 261,  pages. Small ink notation to upper corner of front endpaper, else fine. Very faint toning to jacket panels.
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