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"M" Is For Malice

Grafton, Sue
Kinsey Millhone locates a missing heir.

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7/1998

"O" Is For Outlaw

Grafton, Sue
Kinsey Millhone investigates the shooting of her ex-husband. Author's note says the stories take place in the 1980s.

QUOTE:

"We call her Dort for short."

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4/2000

N Is For Noose

Grafton, Sue
Kinsey Millhone investigates why a policeman was so stressed he had a heart attack.

QUOTE:

"I'm not promiscious by any stretch, but I've got your normal appetite for these things. Three, four times a week, I get the itch to go lookin' for love."

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11/1999

Q is for Quarry

Grafton, Sue
Kinsey investigates the murder of an unidentified young girl that happened by in 1969. Author reveals that it is based on a true murder and provides an address if anyone has any information.

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4/2003

Burning The Apostle

Granger, Bill
The November Man rushes to prevent an environmental extremist from burning down a nuclear power plant. I really liked the ending. So understated!

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1/1999

Hemingway's Diary

Granger, Bill
The November Man and Rita have a showdown with Colonel Ready on the Caribbean isle of St. Michel.

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10/1998

Henry McGee Is Not Dead

Granger, Bill
Well, he will be when the November Man catches up with him in Alaska, I bet!

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10/1998

League Of Terror

Granger, Bill
Henry's still not dead, but he might as well be. "Marie" kicks major butt. Did you know Patrick McGoohan (The Prisoner) played a character in the movie "Silver Streak" name Devereaux?

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10/1998

Man Who Heard Too Much

Granger, Bill
I guess Henry McGee wasn't dead...Now he and the November Man are looking for a translator who listened to the wrong tape. Introducing "Marie Dreiser".

QUOTE:

Interogatee: "You didn't have to break my nose." Devereaux: "Yes, I did."

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10/1998

Schism

Granger, Bill
The November Man finds out what an American missionary missing in Asia for twenty knows that is so important everybody wants him...dead!

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9/1998

The British Cross

Granger, Bill
The November Man finds out what an Irish agent missing in the Soviet Union since WWII knows that is so important everybody wants him...dead!

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9/1998

The Infant Of Prague

Granger, Bill
Religious experiences abound as the November Man searches for the link between a defecting impressario and a Czechoslovakian child actress.

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10/1998

The Last Good German

Granger, Bill
A Japanese super-crytography machine is the prize. The November Man is the target.

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1/1999

The Shattered Eye

Granger, Bill
The November Man finds out what the commie cells are up to in Paris. Good spy book!

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8/1998

The Zurich Numbers

Granger, Bill
The November Man learns of a man in Zurich who buys and sells human beings.

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9/1998

There Are No Spies

Granger, Bill
The November Man tries to find out about Nutcracker, and why there are no spies.

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9/1998

Killers Of The Flower Moon

Grann, David
Compelling story of the Osage murders during the 1920s and how the new FBI caught some of the murderers.

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4/2018

How The Hangman Lost His Heart

Grant, K. M.
A very odd romance, of sorts, involving quite-young Alice, a married hangman, Captain Ffrench (a not-as-young handsome officer), and Uncle Frank's head. A bit more gore than I expected, but a satisfactory resolve.

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12/2009

A Woman's Place

Grant, Linda
P.I Catherine Saylor investigates sexual harassment in a company. Adult themes. No kidding.

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8/1998

Blind Trust

Grant, Linda
P.I Catherine Saylor investigates a bank robbery by computer, but finds link to the Vietnam war. Adult themes. No kidding.

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8/1998
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[Abadzis- Alcott] [Alcott- Anderson] [Andreae- Atkinson] [Atkinson- Ballard] [Balliett- Barnard] [Barnard- Barnhill] [Barr- Barr] [Barrows- Bear] [Bear- Beaton] [Beaton- Beattie] [Beattie, editor- Black] [Black- Block] [Block- Borchert] [Bosch- Brennert] [Brillant- Bryson] [Bryson- Bujold] [Bujold- Card] [Card- Card] [Card- Chabon] [Chabon- Clancy] [Clancy- Cline] [Coakley- Cohen] [Cohen- Collins] [Collins- Connelly] [Connelly- Constantine] [Constantine- Cornwell] [Cornwell- Crais] [Crais- Crombie] [Cronley- Cussler] [Cussler- Dashner] [Dashner- DiCamillo] [Dick- Doohan] [Dorsey- Drake] [Draper- Elkins] [Elkins- Ephron] [Eszterhas- Fairstein] [Fairstein- Ferris] [Ferris- Flanagan] [Flanagan- Flynn] [Foer- Fox] [Francis- Francis] [Francis- Francis] [Francis- Funke] [Funke- Garrigue] [Gash- Goffard] [Going- Grafton] [Grafton- Grant] [Grant- Greenwald] [Greer- Grisham] [Grisham- Haddix] [Haddix- Hall] [Hall- Harris] [Harrison- Heinlein] [Heinlein- Heley] [Heley- Henry] [Henry- Hess] [Hess- Hiaasen] [Hiaasen- Hirsch] [Hitchcock- Holt] [Holt- Hulme] [Hunter- Jenkins] [Jennings- Kadohata] [Kaminsky- Kandel] [Karr- Kienzle] [Kienzle- Kinney] [Kirby- Kostyal] [Kowal- Larson] [Larson- Leckie] [Leckie- Leonard] [Leonard- Lewis] [Lichtman- Lowry] [Lowry- MacAvoy] [MacDonald- Manley] [Marcinko- Martini] [Martini- Mazer] [McBain- McCarthy] [McCaughrean- McDevitt] [McDonald- Meyer] [Meyer- Moody] [Moon- Mosley] [Mosley- Nicholson] [Nicholson- Norton] [Norton- O'Brian] [O'Brian- O'Rourke] [Oates- Paretsky] [Paretsky- Parker] [Parker- Parker] [Parker- Patterson] [Patterson- Peacock] [Pears- Perry] [Perry- Pohl] [Pohl- Poyer] [Poyer- Pratchett] [Pratchett- Pronzini] [Pronzini- Pullman] [Pullman- Reeve] [Reeve- Riggs] [Ringo- Robinson] [Rodman- Rucka] [Rucka- Sachar] [Sachar- Scalzi] [Scalzi- Scott] [Scott- Scottoline] [Sebold- Shields] [Shriver- Sloan] [Sloan- Soto] [Soto- Stark] [Stark- Stephenson] [Stern- Stroud] [Stroud- Tappy] [Tappyly- Townsend] [Tracy- Updale] [Urban- Vance] [Vance- Walter] [Wambaugh- Westerman] [Westerman- Westlake] [Westlake- Wodehouse] [Wodehouse- Yelchin] [Yep- Zusak] 

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