Tuesday, December 8, 2009

A to Z Wednesday

Go to your stack of books and find one whose title starts with the letter of the week.
1~ a photo of the book
2~ title and synopsis
3~ link(amazon, barnes and noble etc.)
4~ Come back here and leave your link in the comments
Be sure to visit other participants to see what book they have posted and leave them a comment.
(We all love comments, don't we?)
Who knows? You may find your next "favorite" book.


Product Details from B&N website

  • Pub. Date: March 2005
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback, 384pp
  • Sales Rank: 9,986

Synopsis from B&N website

R is for Ricochet is another thrilling installment in Sue Grafton's Kinsey Millhone series.

Reba Lafferty was a daughter of privilege, the only child of an adoring father. Over the years, he quietly settled her many scrapes with the law, but he wasn't there for her when she was convicted of embezzlement and sent to the California Institute for Women. Now, at thirty-two, she is about to be paroled, having served twenty-two months of a four-year sentence. Nord Lafferty wants to be sure she stays straight, stays at home and away from the drugs, the booze, the gamblers.

It seems a straightforward assignment for Kinsey: babysit Reba until she settles in, make sure she follows all the rules of her parole. Maybe all of a week's work. Nothing untoward–the woman seems remorseful and friendly. And the money is good. But life is never that simple, and Reba is out of prison less than 24 hours when one of her old crowd comes circling around.

I love this series. I'm a couple books behind now that her new one is out, but I'll be caught up by the next one.


Anonymous said...

Never heard of this series before. It sounds interesting!

Thanks for playing!

Beth said...

I know a lot of people like Grafton's books, but I've never read one. Here is my "R" book.

Snowbell said...

I've read all of Grafton's books (including this one) and I loved them.

Here's my R book

Kristen said...

My mom (the mystery reader in the family) loves these. I've not read them but do generally hear good things about them.

gautami tripathy said...

I have not read Sue Grafton!

A-Z Wednesday: The Road by Cormac McCarthy

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

OMG, this is the book I picked, too! Wow!

I just got her "U" book in the mail this week.

My post is here:

Irene said...

I know several of my friends love Graton, I think I read A for Alibi, nuh! not crazy about it.

Sherrie said...

I'm reading this series too. I just finished D is for Deadbeat. So I have quite a few to catch up to her new one. Have a great day!

Just Books

me again said...

I enjoyed this one a lot. And I just received notice yesterday from my local library branch that "U" is in transit, so I should have it in my hot little hands in a day or two! Looking forward to that one, for sure!!
If you want to take a peek, here's my R book.

Nise' said...

My mom has read this series and keeps telling me I should too.

Joyful said...

This sounds like such a good read for older teens and above. Thanks for sharing.

mine is here:

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

LOL.... I told Laurel the same thing at her blog.... I have never read Grafton. I think all the letters have terrified me... do the mysteries follow one another? Is it the same characters?

I really should read one of these... so I start with A?

LOL so many questions...

Zia said...

Sheila - Yes they are about a female P.I. and there are a few other steady characters in the series. Each book is a new case/mystery for Kinsey. You definitely want to start with A.