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Sue Grafton amerikai

1940. április 24. (Louisville, Kentucky) –

Teljes névSue Taylor Grafton
Nem
Honlaphttp://www.suegrafton.com/
Wikipédiahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sue_Grafton

Könyvei 29

Harlan Coben – Alan Titchmarsh – Sue Grafton – Matt Dickinson: Lidércnyomás / Apa csak egy van / P mint pusztulás / Fekete jég
Sue Grafton: A mint alibi
John Grisham – Stuart Harrison – Sam Llewellyn – Sue Grafton: A végrendelet / A fehér sólyom / Vashotel / H mint hurok
Sue Grafton: B mint betörő
Sue Grafton: C mint célpont
Sue Grafton: D mint delírium
Sue Grafton: A is for Alibi
Sue Grafton: H is for Homicide
Sue Grafton: M is for Malice
Sara Paretsky – Margery Allingham – Sue Grafton – Patricia Highsmith – Simon Brett – Jack Ritchie – Colin Dexter: Crime Story Collection (Penguin Readers)

Kapcsolódó sorozatok: ABC rejtélyek, Kinsey Millhone

Kapcsolódó kiadói sorozatok: Reader's Digest válogatott könyvek


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Except for cases that clearly involve a homicidal maniac, the police like to believe murders are committed by those we know and love, and most of the time they're right—a chilling thought when you sit down to dinner with a family of five. All those potential killers passing their plates.

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The basic characteristics of any good investigator are a plodding nature and infinite patience. Society has inadvertently been grooming women to this end for years.

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Marcia Threadgill was twenty-six years old and she suffered from bad taste. The owner of the craft shop had filled me in on the projects she had done and every bit of it reminded me of my aunt. Marcia Threadgill was cheap at heart. She turned common trash into Christmas gifts. This is the mentality, in my opinion, that leads to cheating insurance companies and other sly ruses. This is the kind of person who would write to the Pepsi-Cola bottling plant claiming to have found a mouse hair in her drink, trying to net herself a free case of soda.