Series: The Alphabet Mysteries
|A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton||1|
|C Is for Corpse [Abridged Audiobook] by Sue Grafton||Abridged Audiobook 3|
|I is for Innocent by Sue Grafton||9|
|J is for Judgment by Sue Grafton||10|
|K Is for Killer [Abridged Audiobook] by Sue Grafton||Abridged Audiobook 11|
|O is for Outlaw by Sue Grafton||15|
|U is for Undertow by Sue Grafton||21|
|V is for Vengeance by Sue Grafton||22|
|W is for Wasted by Sue Grafton||23|
|A is for Alibi / B is for Burglar by Sue Grafton||1-2|
|A is for Alibi / B is for Burglar / C is for Corpse by Sue Grafton||1-3|
|Sue Grafton ABC Gift Collection: "A" Is for Alibi, "B" Is for Burglar, "C" Is for Corpse by Sue Grafton||Abridged Audiobook 1-3|
|A is for Alibi / B is for Burglar / C is for Corpse / D is for Deadbeat by Sue Grafton||1-4|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: A-E by Sue Grafton||1-5|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: A-J by Sue Grafton||1-10|
|Kinsey Millhouse Series - A through Q? by Sue Grafton||1-17|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: A-S by Sue Grafton||1-19|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: A-T by Sue Grafton||1-20|
|D is for Deadbeat / E is for Evidence / F is for Fugitive by Sue Grafton||4-6|
|Sue Grafton DEF Gift Collection: "D" Is for Deadbeat, "E" Is for Evidence, "F" Is for Fugitive by Sue Grafton||Abridged Audiobook 4-6|
|G is for Gumshoe / H is for Homicide / I is for Innocent by Sue Grafton||7-9|
|Sue Grafton GHI Gift Collection: "G" Is for Gumshoe, "H" Is for Homicide, "I" Is for Innocent by Sue Grafton||Abridged Audiobook 7-9|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: G-K by Sue Grafton||7-11|
|2 Novels: J Is for Judgement; K Is for Killer by Sue Grafton||10-11|
|J is for Judgment / K is for Killer / L is for Lawless by Sue Grafton||10-12|
|M is for Malice / N is for Noose by Sue Grafton||13-14|
|M is for Malice / N is for Noose / O is for Outlaw by Sue Grafton||13-15|
|M is For Malice, N is for Noose, O is for Outlaw, P is for Peril & Q is for Quarry by Sue Grafton (5 Books) by Sue Grafton||13-17|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: O-T by Sue Grafton||14-20|
|O is for Outlaw / P is for Peril by Sue Grafton||15-16|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: O-U by Sue Grafton||15-21|
|Sue Grafton 2 Pack - P is for Peril / Q is for Quarry (Kinsey Millhone Mysteries) by Sue Grafton||16-17|
|P is for Peril / Q is for Quarry / R is for Richochet by Sue Grafton||16-18|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: P-T by Sue Grafton||16-20|
|Q is for Quarry / R is for Ricochet by Sue Grafton||17-18|
|Q is for Quarry / R is for Ricochet / S is for Silence by Sue Grafton||17-19|
|2 Novels: S Is for Silence; T Is for Trespass by Sue Grafton||19-20|
|Four Sue Grafton Novels (Kinsey Millhone Mystery) by Sue Grafton||17-20|
|A is for Alibi / J is for Judgement by Sue Grafton||1, 10|
|A is for Alibi / C is for Corpse / O is for Outlaw by Sue Grafton||1, 3, 15|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: C, E, G-I, M-N, R by Sue Grafton||3, 5, 7-9, 13-14, 18|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: C-K, M-P, T by Sue Grafton||3-11, 13-16, 20|
|The Alphabet Mysteries: E-F, I, L-S by Sue Grafton||5-6, 9, 12-19|
|G is for Grafton: The World of Kinsey Millhone by Natalie Hevener Kaufman||Related|
|Kinsey and Me Free Preview by Sue Grafton||Related|
|A Little Missionary Work [short fiction] by Sue Grafton||Short fiction|
A series of mystery/crime novels featuring female private investigator Kinsey Millhone, set in and around the town of Santa Teresa, California.
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