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X by Sue Grafton


There was a time when I avidly read and re-read Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Millhone books.

For those not aware, here is a brief introduction to the series. Way back in 1982, Sue Grafton published A is for Alibi – the first of a series of alphabet mysteries featuring private eye Kinsey Millhone.

This book became a huge hit, and Grafton followed up this success with other books B is for Burglar, C is for Corpse, and so on. You get the drift. It’s now 2017, and I just finished reading the latest in this series X – published in 2015.

Moscow Rules


I am a big fan of thrillers, in particular if there is any serialization involved (a single character appearing in multiple novels - and there is a particular order in which the books should ideally be read). Some authors and their series thrillers that I enjoy are : Sue Grafton - The Kinsey Millhone Alphabet series Michael ...