Sue Grafton Body of Works – Oeuvre

List of books by Sue Grafton

List of Books by Sue Grafton with Publication Dates

Authors, who doesn’t love a good Author? This series of articles we look at lists of books by famous authors; in this case, Sue Grafton.Find my selection in date order of Sue Grafton’s novels.

Sue Grafton List of Books to Read

Kinsey Millhone Books

A is for Alibi        (1982)  

B is for Burglar   (1985)  

C is for Corpse   (1986)  

D is for Deadbeat             (1987)  

E is for Evidence               (1988)  

F is for Fugitive  (1989)  

G is for Gumshoe             (1990)  

H is for Homicide              (1991)  

I is for Innocent                (1992)  

J is for Judgment              (1993)  

K is for Killer       (1994)  

L is for Lawless  (1995)  

M is for Malice  (1996)  

N is for Noose   (1998)  

O is for Outlaw  (1999)  

P is for Peril        (2001)  

Q is for Quarry   (2002)  

R is for Ricochet                (2004)  

S is for Silence   (2005)  

T is for Trespass                (2007)  

U is for Undertow            (2009)  

V is for Vengeance          (2011)  

W is for Wasted                (2013)  

X             (2015)  

Y is for Yesterday             (2017)  

Kinsey Millhone Books

the Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Millhone novels is the exact same as the publication order.

Kinsey Millhone Collections

Kinsey and Me  (2013)  

Standalone Novels

Keziah Dane       (1967)  

The Lolly-Madonna War                (1969)  

Short Stories

A Poison That Leaves No Trace  (2002)  

Best American Mystery Stories Anthologies

The Best American Mystery Stories 1998               (1998)  

Non-Fiction Books

Writing Mysteries: A Handbook by the Mystery Writers of America          (2002)  

 List of books by Sue Grafton         

So there you have a list of books and date of publication from the Author Sue Grafton.If we missed any be sure to let us know in comments of via the Contact Us.

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