T is for Trespass by Sue Grafton read by Judy Kaye

Kinsey is a tough dame. Brutally honest about herself and therefore about others. She’s twice divorced, and is determined to stay that way. As Kinsey says: “I’m difficult”. She says it to account for her reluctance to marry for the third time. Also because she likes to spend time alone. T is for Trespass is the clearest, most most republican, expression of the Kinseyian ethos: pay back what you borrow; don’t cheat your boss or your government; be neighborly; trust noone (or almost noone); exercise if necessary, eat what you love.