Sue Grafton
1940-2017
 

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 this 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
25) Y Is for Yesterday  2017
Other Novels
 1) Kinsey and Me (short stories)  2013

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