Sue Grafton

Sue Grafton majored in English while she was attending college at University of Louisville. She began seriously writing at 18 and wrote her first novel at 22. Of the first seven novels that Grafton wrote, only two were published. The eighth novel she wrote was A for Alibi, the first in her wildly popular Alphabet series, featuring private investigator Kinsey Millhone.

Grafton is an international bestseller with a readership in the millions. She has been published in 28 countries and in 26 languages including Bulgarian and Indonesian. She has received many awards for her writing including the Cartier Dagger from the British Crime Writer's Association in 2008, honoring her lifetime achievement. In 2009, she was awarded the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America. Grafton and her husband have been married for more than 20 years and have three kids and four grandchildren. They split their time between Montecito, California and Louisville, Kentucky.

                 
Private Investigator1982 Buy
Private InvestigatorMay-1985 Buy
Private InvestigatorMay-1986 Buy
Private InvestigatorMay-1987 Buy
Private Investigator1988 Buy
Private InvestigatorMay-1989 Buy
Private InvestigatorApr-1990 Buy
MysteryNov-2010 Buy
Private InvestigatorMay-1991 Buy
Private InvestigatorMay-1992 Buy
Private InvestigatorMay-1993 Buy
Private InvestigatorMay-1994 Buy
Private InvestigatorSep-1995 Buy
Private InvestigatorNov-1996 Buy
Private InvestigatorMay-1998 Buy
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