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"D" is for deadbeat [electronic resource] / Sue Grafton.

By: Grafton, SueContributor(s): Peiffer, MaryMaterial type: SoundSoundSeries: Grafton, Sue. Kinsey Millhone mysteries: Publication details: [Santa Ana, Calif.] : Books on Tape, 2004ISBN: 9780739330326 (sound recording : OverDrive Audio Book); 0739330322 (sound recording : OverDrive Audio Book)Subject(s): Millhone, Kinsey (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Women private investigators -- California -- Fiction | California -- FictionGenre/Form: Mystery fiction. | Audiobooks.Additional physical formats: No titleDDC classification: 813/.54 LOC classification: PS3557.R13 | D2 2004abOnline resources: Click here to access title or place hold Read by Mary Peiffer.Summary: A Kinsey Millhone Mystery. He calls himself Alvin Limardo, and the job he has for Kinsey is cut-and-dried: locate a kid who's done him a favor and pass on a check for $25,000. Stiffed for the retainer, Kinsey finds out Limardo's real name is John Daggett ... ex-con, ex-liar, ex-alchy, currently dead. The cops call it an accident but Kinsey differs. Look at his life! A lot of people hated him, from much-abused wives, to drug dealers out big money, to the families of five people he killed driving drunk. In short, Daggett wasn't popular.
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A Kinsey Millhone Mystery. He calls himself Alvin Limardo, and the job he has for Kinsey is cut-and-dried: locate a kid who's done him a favor and pass on a check for $25,000. Stiffed for the retainer, Kinsey finds out Limardo's real name is John Daggett ... ex-con, ex-liar, ex-alchy, currently dead. The cops call it an accident but Kinsey differs. Look at his life! A lot of people hated him, from much-abused wives, to drug dealers out big money, to the families of five people he killed driving drunk. In short, Daggett wasn't popular.

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"D" is for deadbeat : by Grafton, Sue. ©1987
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