Title: “I” Is for Innocent
Author: Grafton, Sue
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co., New York
Publication Date: 1992
Edition: SIGNED First Edition
Book Condition: NF-
D-j Condition: VG+
Comments: Tight copy. Back of d-j has a rub. Small scratch and bump on bottom of front board.
Synopsis: When David Barney was acquitted in the shooting death of his wife, Isabelle, a good many thought that justice had not been served – including Kenneth Voight, Isabelle’s former husband. Now, five years later, Voight is the plaintiff in a civil suit in which Barney stands accused of Isabelle’s wrongful death. The stakes are high – Isabelle’s estate is worth millions – but time is running short: the statue of limitations will cut Voight off in only a matter of weeks. Enter sexy, savvy ex-cop turned P. I. Kinsey Millhone, brought in by Voight to gather the necessary damning evidence. It doesn’t take long, however, for Kinsey to find that while a lot of people hate David Barney, a lot more hated Isabelle. Suddenly a simple civil case becomes a deadly hunt for someone who once got away with murder . . . and may again . . .