Sue Grafton (Novelist) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Sue Grafton

American author of detective fiction who was best known for her Alphabet series, which focuses on the adventures of private investigator Kinsey Millhone. Popular titles in the series include “A” is for Alibi, “K” is for Killer, and “V” is for Vengeance.

After graduating from the University of Louisville, she worked as a cashier and a secretary.

She received the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America association.

She and her third husband, Steven F. Humphrey, lived in both California and Kentucky. Her first two marriages produced three children.

In an episode of The Sopranos, Edie Falco’s character can be seen reading Grafton’s novel “G” is for Gumshoe.

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How old is Sue Grafton? She was born in 1940, she was 83 years old at the time of her death.

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Sue Grafton Wiki

Sue Grafton Wiki/Bio
Famous asNovelist
Age83 years old
BirthdayApril 24, 1940
BirthplaceLouisville, KY
Date of DeathDecember 28, 2017
Zodiac SignTaurus

Quotes by Sue Grafton

We all need to look into the dark side of our nature – that’s where the energy is, the passion. People are afraid of that because it holds pieces of us we’re busy denying.

— Sue Grafton

I focus on the writing and let the rest of the process take care of itself. I’ve learned to trust my own instincts and I’ve also learned to take risks.

— Sue Grafton

Of the first seven novels I wrote, numbers four and five were published. Numbers one, two, three, six, and seven, have never seen the light of day… and rightly so.

— Sue Grafton

I’m not sure Kinsey has changed in these first twelve books. I think the reader learns more about her, but from Kinsey’s perspective, only three years have passed while the rest of us have been getting older at a much faster clip.

— Sue Grafton

I attended the University of Louisville my freshman year, transferred to what was then Western Kentucky State Teachers College for my sophomore and junior years, and then graduated from the University of Louisville in the summer of 1961.

— Sue Grafton