Cover image for Three complete novels
Title:
Three complete novels
Author:
Grafton, Sue.
Personal Author:
Uniform Title:
Novels. Selections
Publication Information:
New York : Wings, 2001.
Physical Description:
726 pages ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
"D" is for deadbeat -- "E" is for evidence -- "F" is for fugitive.
Geographic Term:
ISBN:
9780517162712
Format :
Book

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Boston Free Library X Adult Fiction Mystery/Suspense
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Elma Library X Adult Fiction Mystery/Suspense
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Grand Island Library X Adult Fiction Open Shelf
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Orchard Park Library X Adult Fiction Mystery/Suspense
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Eggertsville-Snyder Library X Adult Fiction Mystery/Suspense
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Summary

Summary

Following the bestselling success of the first Sue Grafton omnibus comes Volume 2 in the alphabet mysteries featuring one of the most popular female sleuths, Kinsey Millhone. Every single Sue Grafton mystery hits one of the top five positions of the New York Times bestseller lists, and an omnibus of her books are instant classics.


Author Notes

Sue Grafton was born in Louisville, Kentucky on April 24, 1940. She received a B.A. in English literature from the University of Louisville in 1961. While working days as a medical secretary, she spent her nights, after her children went to sleep, writing her first novels Keziah Dane, which was published in 1967 and The Lolly-Madona War, which was published in 1969. Her career took off when A Is for Alibi was published in 1982 and received the Mysterious Stranger Award. This was the beginning of the Kinsey Millhone Mystery series. B Is for Burglar won the Shamus and Anthony Awards and C Is for Corpse won the Anthony Award. She also received the Cartier Diamond Dagger, the Mystery Writers of America Grand Master Award, a Lifetime Achievement Award from Bouchercon, and the Ross Macdonald Literary Award. She has also spent over 15 years writing television and movie screenplays and has collaborated with her third husband, Steven F. Humphrey, on such works as the Agatha Christie adaptations: A Caribbean Mystery and Sparkling Cyanide.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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