#SuspenseMonday Grafton is queen!
Of #1 New York Times–bestselling author Sue Grafton, NPR’s
Maureen Corrigan said, “Makes me wish there were more than
26 letters.” With only two letters left, Grafton’s many
devoted readers will share that sentiment.
X: The number ten. An unknown quantity. A mistake. A cross.
X: The shortest entry in Webster’s Unabridged. Derived from
Greek and Latin and commonly found in science, medicine, and
religion. The most graphically dramatic letter. Notoriously
tricky to pronounce: think xylophone.
X: The twenty-fourth letter in the English alphabet.
Sue Grafton’s X: Perhaps her darkest and most chilling
novel, it features a remorseless serial killer who leaves no
trace of his crimes. Once again breaking the rules and
establishing new paths, Grafton wastes little time
identifying this sociopath. The test is whether Kinsey can
prove her case against him before she becomes his next victim.
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