X by Sue Grafton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Now that she is independently wealthy Kinsey mainly seems to be investigating things to please herself. The one paying case she took, she wound up getting stiffed.
When Kinsey discovers a list of women's names in Pete Wolinsky's personal affects and someone claiming to be from the IRS starts hassling Ruth (Pete's wife) about expenses dating back to Pete's time at Byrd-Shine Kinsey is forced not only to investigate the matter but to reevaluate her opinion about Pete, hot on the trail of a serial killer Kinsey almost becomes his prey.
The neighbors from hell are hiding more than a penchant for taking advantage of Henry, it will be up to Kinsey to send them packing.
Ed has settled into both Henry and Kinsey's homes and has both totally under his paw.
Kinsey tries her hand at marital advice and the couple actually do listen to her.
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