From A to Y | Sue Grafton Remembered

Best-selling author Sue Grafton, who died on December 28, 2017, is now considered a game changer in the mystery genre. In Grafton’s memory, here are LJ’s first and final reviews of her wonderful alphabetically titled mysteries.

Reading Resolutions | Wyatt’s World

The pleasures of reading should always be without strings, but if readers’ advisory (RA) librarians want to add to their to-do lists in 2018, there are some easy yet very useful resolutions to make.

Fiction from Baxter, Grafton, Sharp, Todd, Debuter Nugent, and a Mystery Anthology from Penzler | Xpress Reviews

Baxter’s second take on Wells is appropriate for young adult audiences; for book lovers, short story readers; enjoy Grafton’s California sleuthing sister; for fans of domestic suspense; series fans and Lee Child aficionados will appreciate Sharp’s latest; the new Todd title is flawed but still enjoyable for series fans

Fiction from Beattie, Cameron, Connolly, de Bernières, Grafton, Kennedy, Reichs, and Debuts | Xpress Reviews

A wry collection from Beattie, a funny and bittersweet debut, Cameron’s latest canine-themed novel, an existential debut, a fresh take from Grafton, a rich debut, a joy for Dr. Who fans, suspense from Reichs, a rockin’ debut

Mystery Reviews | September 1 2013

Reviews of Nightmare Range, The Devil’s Interval, W Is for Wasted, and Aunty Lee’s Delights, plus a full list of Mystery reviews from the September 1, 2013 issue.

Binge Reading | Wyatt’s World

Lasting series reading for the last days of summer

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, December 7, 2012

The return of Thomas of Hookton, a change of pace from Dorothy Cannell, stories from Grafton, lovely holiday reading from Donald Hall, and “The Perfect Marriage” from Roby