Included in this monument to Millhone is a delightful spread of black-and-white photos of Kinsey's Santa Teresa haunts: her offices, the marina, and, yes, the jogging path. Readers are also treated to Sue Grafton's discussion on the creation of her famous character: "Kinsey is my alter ego--the person I might have been had I not married young and had children.... While our biographies are different, our sensibilities are the same.... I think of us as one soul in two bodies, and she got the good one." G is for Grafton will grab Kinsey Millhone fans. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
There is a lot of useful information in this book. But the glorification of feminism sounds too much like men-bashing. Read morePublished on Jan. 5 2003
This is a great closer look at Kinsey Millhone and the mind who has created her and all her many acquaintences. My only wish is that the maps were more detailed.Published on Nov. 1 2002
If you're a fan of the Kinsey Millhone series of books by Ms Grafton, you'll love this book. If not... well, it won't make much sense to you. Read morePublished on Feb. 10 2001 by Paul Cox
Fans of the series will find "G" IS FOR GRAFTON: THE WORLD OF KINSEY MILLHONE a very entertaining look at their superheroine. Read morePublished on Aug. 25 2000 by Harriet Klausner
I am fortunate enough to know both of these talented women, and can say with no reservation that G is for Grafton is well written and thouroughly researched. Read morePublished on Feb. 19 1998