BOOK REVIEW: T IS FOR TRESPASS
T for Trespass by Sue Grafton is a page-turner. The author has cleverly created a plot around likable senior neighbors and a private investigator named Kinsey Millhone.
The plot thickens with a crafty identity theft. A fast track New Yorker and an interesting bird's eye view of perennial scammers living around town are thrown in.
This is a very timely novel. We have an ever increasing number of our population needing assistance in their later years. The days of caring for our elderly within the family nucleus are gone. Families are employing droves of outside help, mainly strangers, for their loved ones. In most cases, minimal background checks are done. In many cases this results in physical and emotional abuse as well as theft of monies and family valuables.
I suggest to every family thinking of hiring outside help as a caregiver to read this novel. T for Tresspass is very eye opening. Sue Grafton is a master at story telling.
REVIEWED BY GUNTA KRASTS VOUTYRAS
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