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Sue Grafton: Three Complete Novels; D, E & F: D is for Deadbeat; E is for Evidence; F is for Fugitive [Hardcover]

Sue Grafton
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April 17 2001
Following the bestselling success of the first Sue Grafton omnibus comes Volume 2 in the alphabet mysteries featuring one of the most popular female sleuths, Kinsey Millhone. Every single Sue Grafton mystery hits one of the top five positions of the New York Times bestseller lists, and an omnibus of her books are instant classics.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great bargain Jan. 6 2002
Format:Hardcover
This is a hardcover with three complete novels for less than... It's intriguing to read them consecutively and piece together the Milhone story - rather like reading Proust or Anthony Powell. All the alphabet stories are set within quite a short time-spand. The action in D is for Deadbeat begins in October of the year of C is for Corpse. E is for Evidence, in which her apartment is destroyed, takes place over Christmas of that year, and she moves to another coastal town in F is for Fugitive, while the apartment is fixed. E is for Evidence has a lot of her back story. Her second husband turns up in it. (Husband number one will turn up, sort of, in O is for Outlaw - I can't remember which is the one where she meets cousins). The California Fidelity connection is strong in E is for Evidence and the relationship with Henry Pitt intensifies poignantly at the end of F is for Fugitive.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't put it down Oct. 1 2001
Format:Hardcover
I first picked up "A is for Alibi" because I had previously heard Sue Grafton's name and I was desperately searching for a new book. I thought that the idea of a female P.I. was overplayed, but I read it anyway. I have been hooked on Sue Grafton since, and the D, E, F collection was the answer to my cravings for more. The story grabs you and doesn't let go until you are finished with the book. The suspense was so intense that I read the book for hours on end just to see how it would end. Kinsey Millhone is a very real character, you really relate to her, and eventually come to care about her, that is probably what I enjoyed most about the books. I'm up to "O is for Outlaw" now and have no intention of stopping.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Grafton Does It Again! Jan. 8 2002
By A Customer
Format:Hardcover
Kinsey Milhone is funny and real. I love the way Sue Grafton shows her sense of humor through her heroine. Kinsey's no nonsense approach to life and her thoughts about the way things are and the way they should be are often so true that I find myself laughing out loud. Her haphazard lifestyle makes me both admire her and want to mother her. I agree with other reviewers who said that it isn't so much the mysteries that attract me to Grafton's books, but the people in them. I find myself caring about them as much as Kinsey does. I enjoy reading these books on weekends when I just want to relax with something entertaining and uncomplicated. They don't rival Ludlum for suspense and intrigue, but I love 'em--bring 'em on Sue!
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4.0 out of 5 stars For the Sue Grafton Fan Feb. 22 2014
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
I like this series and wish there were more. A murder mystery without being too graphic....more about the solving of the case.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't put it down Oct. 1 2001
By Yui-chan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
I first picked up "A is for Alibi" because I had previously heard Sue Grafton's name and I was desperately searching for a new book. I thought that the idea of a female P.I. was overplayed, but I read it anyway. I have been hooked on Sue Grafton since, and the D, E, F collection was the answer to my cravings for more. The story grabs you and doesn't let go until you are finished with the book. The suspense was so intense that I read the book for hours on end just to see how it would end. Kinsey Millhone is a very real character, you really relate to her, and eventually come to care about her, that is probably what I enjoyed most about the books. I'm up to "O is for Outlaw" now and have no intention of stopping.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Grafton Does It Again! Jan. 8 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Kinsey Milhone is funny and real. I love the way Sue Grafton shows her sense of humor through her heroine. Kinsey's no nonsense approach to life and her thoughts about the way things are and the way they should be are often so true that I find myself laughing out loud. Her haphazard lifestyle makes me both admire her and want to mother her. I agree with other reviewers who said that it isn't so much the mysteries that attract me to Grafton's books, but the people in them. I find myself caring about them as much as Kinsey does. I enjoy reading these books on weekends when I just want to relax with something entertaining and uncomplicated. They don't rival Ludlum for suspense and intrigue, but I love 'em--bring 'em on Sue!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Get Three Great Books for a Great Price July 21 2006
By DJ of Hamiltonia - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
The Sue Grafton alphabet series is a great set of detective novels from A to S (so far!). While some are better than others, they are all entertaining reads.

What makes this particular book worth purchasing (as well as the two other compilation hardcovers) is that you are getting three books for the price of one! This even beats the paperback prices.

The three separate hardcovers would run you about $54 and the paperbacks would be about $24. You do the math.

I definitely recommend getting the books in the version.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Meh May 30 2013
By reader - Published on Amazon.com
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I had previously read a few other books in this series. It wasn't until I read three novels back to back ("DEF") that I realized how rote and derivative her books are. They all follow the same pattern. Interesting set up. Tons of red herrings and then, a last minute deux ex machina. Meh. Probably won't be reading any more in the series.
5.0 out of 5 stars 6 down, 23 to go! March 24 2014
By Lisa Lopp - Published on Amazon.com
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Loved this addition to the Kinsey Millhone series. Having all 3 books together was fantastic! The more I get to know Kinsey the more I want to know. Miss Grafton's writing of a flawed, yet acclimplished charachter reminds me of the Jesse Stone series. Very addicting!
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