Search Results: "Sue Grafton"


BOOK REVIEW

KINSEY AND ME by Sue Grafton
Released: Jan. 8, 2013

"Though the collection is less revealing about Kinsey than her novels are, it offers a rare sustained glimpse inside Grafton—and a fine way to pass the time until W is for Whatever."
The collected short cases of Kinsey Millhone, plus a substantial bonus that wasn't included when the stories were originally published in a limited edition in 1991. Read full book review >

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Y IS FOR YESTERDAY by Sue Grafton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 22, 2017

"Any time spent with Grafton's inimitable shamus is one of the highlights of the year, but her 25th case drags on forever before ending with a whimper. Fans won't mind as they cheer the series on to Z Is for Zany, or whatever the endlessly resourceful author has in mind."
The release of a 24-year-old who's aged out of his juvenile conviction for murdering one of his schoolmates reopens old wounds for everyone concerned and brings Santa Teresa private eye Kinsey Millhone (X, 2015, etc.) to the case. Read full book review >

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'F' IS FOR FUGITIVE by Sue Grafton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 15, 1989

"Intriguing plot; swift pace; convincing, mostly repellent characters; seedy, small-town ambience; and a heroine who has mellowed just a little make this another winner for Grafton."
Gutsy California p.i. Read full book review >

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W IS FOR WASTED by Sue Grafton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 10, 2013

"As she approaches the end of the alphabet, Kinsey waxes ever more reflective and philosophical."
Kinsey Millhone finds yet another way to be connected to a sudden death: as the victim's executor and sole heir. Read full book review >

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'T' IS FOR TRESPASS by Sue Grafton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Dec. 4, 2007

"Each of Kinsey's cases stretches the private-eye formula in new ways. Her 20th, which reads like vintage Ruth Rendell, will bring shivers to every reader with an aged parent—or a young child."
Kinsey Millhone's 20th case, which pits her against a creepy pair of abusers who don't know of each other's existence, is one of her finest. Read full book review >

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'V' IS FOR VENGEANCE by Sue Grafton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 14, 2011

"As always, Grafton is as original, absorbing and humane as ever. The joints just creak a bit this time."
Kinsey Millhone witnesses a shoplifter at work, to the considerable cost of them both. Read full book review >

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'U' IS FOR UNDERTOW by Sue Grafton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Dec. 1, 2009

"Short on mystery, but rewardingly sensitive in teasing out the shock waves that reached from the Summer of Love to the heart of Santa Teresa."
A wild tale by an untrustworthy witness sets Kinsey Millhone (T Is for Trespass, 2007, etc.) on the track of a stone-cold case. Read full book review >

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THE BEST AMERICAN MYSTERY STORIES 1998 by Sue Grafton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 30, 1998

"Not the comprehensive yearbook of the genre German produces, but this year, at least, a more rewarding collection of stories."
Series editor Otto Penzler, who picked the 50 stories from which Grafton culled the 20 in this volume, has ranged far afield in search of what Grafton aptly calls crime stories, and the rewards are substantial. Read full book review >

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'G' IS FOR GUMSHOE by Sue Grafton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 4, 1990

"The story is complex; the body-count high; the sexual encounters feverish; and the villains chilling—in another can't-put-it-down outing for this talented author."
There's a contract out on the life of Kinsey Millhone, Santa Teresa's tough-tender ex-cop private eye ("A "Is For Alibi, etc.). Read full book review >

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'I' IS FOR INNOCENT by Sue Grafton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 5, 1992

"Rack up another winner for Grafton."
California's formidable p.i. Read full book review >

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'S' IS FOR SILENCE by Sue Grafton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Dec. 6, 2005

"Score another triumph for Kinsey. Grafton brings every corner of Serena Station, past and present, more deeply alive than your own hometown."
Kinsey Millhone (R Is for Ricochet, 2004, etc.) is pulled into the ancient case of the bad-girl wife and mother who ran off without her man and without a trace. Read full book review >

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'Q' IS FOR QUARRY by Sue Grafton
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 1, 2002

"Despite a bumper crop of Q's, the late-arriving whodunit is tangled and routine, and Kinsey's latest inconclusive flirtation with her own past—the owner of Grayson Quarry turns out to be the grandmother she's never spoken to—awaits resolution, perhaps in R Is for Relatives."
Back in 1969, Det. Stacey Oliphant of the county sheriff's office and Lt. Read full book review >