In Sue Grafton’s 21st alphabet novel, she moves the narrative between the eighties and the sixties, changing points of view, building multiple subplots, and creating memorable characters. Gradually, we see how they all connect. But at the beating center of the novel is Kinsey Millhone, sharp-tongued, observant, a loner, “a heroine,” said The New York Times Book Review, “with foibles you can laugh at and faults you can forgive.”
“We may not have been around for A is for Alibi,” said VJ Books co-founder, John Hutchinson, “but we have proudly offered the majority of her abecedarian books.” This 21st entry into the alphabet books will be no exception, with autographed copies shipping in late December/early January. VJ Books long standing relationship with Ms. Grafton has resulted in an ample backlist inventory of many of her bestselling books starring Ms. Millhone, which are available at www.vjbooks.com.
Grafton’s novels have been published in 28 countries, in 26 languages with nineteen of them topping the bestselling charts. Readers appreciate her buoyant style, her eye for detail, her deft hand with character, her acute social observances, and her abundant storytelling prowess. She has won two Anthony Awards, three Shamus Awards, was given the Cartier Dagger by the British Crime Writers’ Association, and most recently was bestowed with the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America.
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