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|Publisher||St. Martins Press-3pl|
|Book Description||K IS FOR KILLER, the next installment in Sue Grafton's New York Times bestselling alphabet series, , Janice Kepler is on the way home from the support group she joined after the death of her beloved daughter, Lorna. When she sees a light on in the offices of Millhone Investigations, she believes it's a sign...and decides to knock on the door., , Janice has waited long enough for Lorna's case to pick up steam, and she is relieved when Kinsey Millhone agrees to finish the work authorities left undone. Ten months before, local police had suspected homicide, but never could find a suspect--or a motive. The trail went cold. And Lorna's death remained a mystery..., , Now Kinsey is about to be pulled into a netherworld of unavenged murder and damaged survivors...where sometimes it takes a deal with the devil to survive., , "A" Is for Alibi, "B" Is for Burglar, "C" Is for Corpse, "D" Is for Deadbeat, "E" Is for Evidence, "F" Is for Fugitive, "G" Is for Gumshoe, "H" Is for Homicide, "I" Is for Innocent, "J" Is for Judgment, "K" Is for Killer, "L" is for Lawless, "M" Is for Malice, "N" Is for Noose, "O" Is for Outlaw, "P" Is for Peril , "Q" Is for Quarry, "R" Is for Ricochet , "S" Is for Silence , "T" Is for Trespass, "U" Is for Undertow , "V" Is for Vengeance , "W" Is for Wasted , "X"|
|Editorial Review||"Exceptionally entertaining...an offbeat sense of humor and a feisty sense of justice." --San Francisco Chronicle on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "Millhone is an engaging detective-for-hire...P.I. Kinsey Millhone and her creator...are arguably the best of [the] distaff invaders of the hitherto sacrosanct turf of gumshoes." --The Buffalo News on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "Once a fan reads one of Grafton's alphabetically titled detective novels, he or she will not rest until all the others are found." --Los Angeles Herald Examiner on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "Millhone is a refreshingly strong and resourceful female private eye." --Library Journal on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "Tough but compassionate...There is no one better than Kinsey Millhone." --Best Sellers on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "A woman we feel we know, a tough cookie with a soft center, a gregarious loner." --Newsweek on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "Lord, how I like this Kinsey Millhone...The best detective fiction I have read in years." --The New York Times Book Review on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "Smart, tough, and thorough...Kinsey Millhone is a pleasure." --The Bloomsbury Review on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "Kinsey is one of the most persuasive of the new female operatives...She's refreshingly free of gender clichés. Grafton, who is a very witty writer, has also given her sleuth a nice sense of humor--and a set of Wonder Woman sheets to prove it." --Boston Herald on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "What grandpa used to call a class act." --Stanley Ellin on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "Smart, sexual, likable and a very modern operator." --Dorothy Salisbury Davis on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton "Kinsey's got brains and a sense of humor." --Kirkus Reviews on the Mystery Novels of Sue Grafton|
|About the Author||#1 New York Times bestselling author Sue Grafton (1940-2017) entered the mystery field in 1982 with the publication of 'A' Is for Alibi, which introduced female hard-boiled private investigator, Kinsey Millhone, operating out of the fictional town of Santa Teresa, (aka Santa Barbara) California, and launched the bestselling Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mysteries. In addition to her books, she'd published several Kinsey Millhone short stories, and with her husband, Steven Humphrey, wrote numerous movies for television, including "A Killer in the Family" (starring Robert Mitchum), "Love on the Run" (starring Alec Baldwin and Stephanie Zimbalist) and two Agatha Christie adaptations, "Sparkling Cyanide" and "Caribbean Mystery," which starred Helen Hayes. Grafton is published in 28 countries and in 26 languages.|