Category Archives: Sue Grafton

Sue Grafton, T is for Trespass (2007)

This series has been a favourite ever since a friend recommended it several years ago. As I am determined to read for pleasure right now, you will not get a review. But as I began reading it between Christmas and … Continue reading

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Sue Grafton, S is for Silence (2005)

In the 19th volume about the American private eye Kinsey Millhone, she accepts a very cold case. The somewhat wild wife and mother Violet Sullivan left her home in California in 1953 on the forth of July to watch the … Continue reading

Posted in American, review, review 2011, Sue Grafton | 7 Comments

>G is for Girl-Power

>For Kerrie´s weekly alphabet meme. I am probably very spoiled because I can say I don´t need to be a feminist. What I mean is that other Danish women fought that fight before I entered the Danish workforce. So I … Continue reading

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>Sue Grafton, A for alibi (1982)

>Denne anmeldelse er dels svaret på ugens Gæt-en-bog, dels tæller den som “suspense and thriller reading challenge” nr 2. Bogen er den første i Sue Graftons alfabetserie, hvor hun skriver en krimi for hvert bogstav i alfabetet om samme hovedperson, … Continue reading

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