Free Range Reading
Published on Friday, September 6, 2013
Heads up! Available any day now is Sue Grafton’s W is for Wasted . This is the 23rd in the author’s “Alphabet” series which was introduced 30 years ago with A is for Alibi, - and unless we figure out how to add more letters to the alphabet, the internationally best-selling series should be winding down in the new few years.
Grafton fans might enjoy checking out her official Web site suegrafton.com. She talks about her life, her work, and why she writes mysteries. Quoting from her site, she explains, "The mystery novel offers a world in which justice is served. Maybe not in a court of law, but people do get their just desserts." She even has a section on the site for discussion and welcomes questions from her readers via snail mail and Facebook.
Meanwhile, the Library already has a waiting list forming for W is for Wasted, which will be available in print, large print, and audio, so log into the Library’s catalog and get in the queue!
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