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selma posts on 2/8/2009 5:24:44 PM
Though, well-written, I didn't care for T. I thought the Millhone character had a real edge to her and gone was the easy-going, likeable and almost laid back woman. To be replaced by someone who judged others and was frankly mean. I'm glad I didn't buy this one, just got it from library.
chris cox posts on 2/7/2009 8:35:04 AM
When is a "U" book coming out??? I guess I just read her books too fast. I am now going to start over with "A" and hope "U" has come out by the time I get to "T" again...I am sure I will hate Sonja just as much the 2nd time.
nancy posts on 2/6/2009 2:10:55 AM
I am listening to T is for Trespass, on the way back and forth to work, I love this book and the Nurse is driving me crazy; as I work in the gero psych field, Nontheless, this is a great read;
Ellen Reeves posts on 1/27/2009 12:31:09 PM
I am in the process of reading 'T is for Trespass'. This is the first in the series that I don't like reading. I'm up to chapter 26 and the Solana character has succeeded in ticking me off the entire book. It's the first time I really hate a character and I'm just waiting for something bad to happen to her.
Bobbye Schmolke posts on 1/22/2009 7:15:00 PM
I just finished Trespass in two days, as usual for all of your books. I have read all of them, starting with A for Alibi. Your writing brings such pleasure to me, I can hardly wait until your next book is published.
I feel as if I have know these characters for years and years and have come to love each and every one.
I will be so very sorry with you get to
Z. I can not express how much please I have obtained from all of your wonderful books and such vivid characters.
joycce posts on 12/16/2008 1:09:41 PM
T for Trespass should be required reading for anyone considering a caretaking position for an elderly family member
Diane McKay posts on 12/14/2008 11:33:16 PM
I just love her books. I keep reading her series to see when Kinsdey will find her man and if she will ever meet anyone from her mother's family.
Norma7955 posts on 12/2/2008 1:25:52 PM
For Pamela Higgins-
There is a website www.paperbackswap.com where you can swap books with other readers. they have a lot of Sue's books posted. This is free to join.
Pamela Higgins posts on 11/30/2008 10:19:22 PM
In the last 6 months I have been able to get my hands on A,F,G,H,I,J,M,N,
P,R,S and T. Anyone want to lend me
B,C,D,E,K,L O,Q? Please post a reply if you'd like to lend these books; I promise I'll take good care of them and return in same condition.
Wouldn't Sue Grafton's books make a great collection of made-for-TV mini-series? Thanks.
Carol posts on 11/20/2008 1:23:14 PM
My online search found an interview that Daily Camera did with Sue Grafton. She says in the interview that she does a book every two years . . . so, fans, we have another year to wait! "T" came out in late 2007. Oh, well, what am I going to ask Santa for this year?!?!
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