• M Is for Malice

  • A Kinsey Millhone Mystery
  • By: Sue Grafton
  • Narrated by: Judy Kaye
  • Length: 3 hrs and 53 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (146 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Kinsey Millhone's latest client is Malek Construction, a $40 million company still in family hands. It doesn't take an accountant to see that the four Malek brothers stand to inherit a fortune. But one of the brothers has been missing for 18 years, and Kinsey's assignment is to find him.  

The stock of family memories is filled with nothing but bitterness, and the prodigal son will find no comfort at the Malek table. If there's one thing that goes hand in hand with bad blood, it's murder - and that's just around the corner.

Don't miss the other titles in the Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mystery Series.
©1997 Sue Grafton (P)2004 Random House

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One of my favorites

"M is for Malice" is one of my favorites of the Kinsey Millhone books. Note this is the abridged version -- a good abridgment, but still abridged. While I prefer unabridged books, the unabridged version of "M is for Malice" is not read by Judy Kaye and is therefore invalid -- Judy Kaye *IS* Kinsey Millhone. Eventually the publisher wised up and had Kaye read the unabridged books, too, but unless and until they have Kaye record the unabridged versions of the earlier books (hey, I can hope) this version is, IMO, the way to go.

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More plz

This is my second time through the series.
I still love it.
I want Z.

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Love this series!!

Sue Grafton will always remain on of my favorite authors! Her alphabet series has been a joy to read.

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Touching and memorable

This is one of the best in the series, with two different men showing the vulnerable human side of Kinsey. She is relatable and that’s why we love her!

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My Favorite

This was my favorite book of the alphabet murder series. I'm through S in the series . I'm sentimental and this one tapped into that part of me. Plus the plot was good. I've been a fan of this series from the beginning. And I love Judy Kaye. If they ever get anyone else to read the series I will stop listening to them. She IS Kinsey!
I hope this doesn't post twice. My first one disappeared when I came back to it. I'm sorry if I did.

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One of my favorites.....

Loved this one the most...touching...and Guy accepted Jesus Christ as his savior which I loved the most....victory to Christ....waahoooo...😃

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Keeps your attention. Quick and interesting.

I just love Kinsey. It kept me guessing and wanting to rush to the end to find out who did it. My favorite part of any mystery. I guess that is everyone's favorite part.