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Grafton, Sue Taylor

Born: 1940 AD
Currently alive, at 75 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Novelists


1940 - Born on April 24th in Louisville, Kentucky.

1967-1969 - She wrote the novels "Keziah Dane" and "The Lolly-Madonna War".

1978 - Grafton married Steven Humphrey, a writer, on October 1st. She has been married to Steven for more than twenty years. She has three children, Lee Flood Carnes , Jay Schmidt and Jamie Schmidt.

1979 - Grafton has received awards from the Christophers, for "Walking through the Fire".

         - This screenplay was also broadcast by Columbia Broadcasting Corporation, which was adopted from the novel by Laurel Lee in April.

1980 - She wrote the novel "A Is for Alibi".

1982 - In of September, she and her husband piloted for the CBS television series, "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers."

1985-1999 - She wrote the series of novels "B is for Burglar", "C is for Corpse", "D is for Deadbeat", "E is for Evidence", "F is for Fugitive", "G is for Gumshoe", "H is for Homicide", "I is for Innocent", "J is for Judgment", "K is for Killer", "L is for Lawless", "M is for Malice", "N is for Noose" and "O is for Outlaw".


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