13 thoughts on “It’s not as if he was Sue Grafton.

    • Sue Grafton was an awesome mystery writer. She wrote a detective series featuring the fictional Detective Kinsey Milhone, and each book was a letter of the alphabet, i.e., “A is for Alibi,” “B is for Burglar,” etc. She planned to write through “Z is for Zero,” but the poor girl passed away before it was written, so her daughter says since the family would never consider a ghostwriter stepping in to finish, as far as they are concerned, the alphabet now ends at Y. šŸ™‚ (And of course, you know Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Scarlet Letter” was A.) šŸ˜‰

    • Sue Grafton was mystery writer who wrote a detective series featuring each book as a letter of the alphabet, i.e., ā€œA is for Alibi,ā€ ā€œB is for Burglar,ā€ etc. She planned to write through ā€œZ is for Zero,ā€ but the poor girl passed away before it was written, so her daughter says since the family would never consider a ghostwriter stepping in to finish, as far as they are concerned, the alphabet now ends at Y (Which was “Y is for Yesterday.”) šŸ™‚

  1. Looks like a cartoon I would see and laugh and some of my co-workers would want to know what was so funny. I once worked with a lady who bragged that since she left school, she never read one book and she was in her sixties!

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