Sue Grafton
1940-
 

Sue Grafton was born in Louisville, Kentucky. In 1961, she graduated from the University of Louisville with a degree in English literature. She wrote novels from the age of 22. In 1982 her first crime novel was published, introducing 'Kinsey Milhone', a private investigator. In 2008 she was awarded the Cartier Diamond Dagger Award for sustained excellence in the genre of crime writing. Visit also the author's own site.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) A Is for Alibi  1982
 2) B Is for Burglar (Shamus Award, Anthony Award)  1985
 3) C Is for Corpse (Anthony Award)  1986
 4) D Is for Deadbeat  1987
 5) E Is for Evidence  1988
 6) F Is for Fraud  1989
 7) G Is for Gumshoe (Shamus Award, Anthony Award)  1990
 8) H Is for Homicide  1991
 9) I Is for Innocent  1992
10) J Is for Judgment  1993
11) K Is for Killer (Shamus Award)  1994
12) L Is for Lawless  1995
13) M Is for Malice  1996
14) N Is for Noose  1998
15) O Is for Outlaw  1999
16) P Is for Peril  2001
17) Q Is for Quarry  2002
18) R Is for Ricochet  2004
19) S Is for Silence  2005
20) T Is for Trespass  2007
21) U Is for Undertow  2009
22) V Is for Vengeance  2011
23) W Is for Wasted  2013
24) X  2015
Other Novels
 1) Kinsey and Me (short stories)  2013

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