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From Kentucky’s Louisville Courier-Journal newspaper:

The death of internationally acclaimed author Sue Grafton means at least one mystery will remain unsolved.

Grafton, a Louisville native, was known globally for her alphabet detective series featuring investigator Kinsey Millhone. She died Thursday night [at age 77] following a battle with cancer.

Grafton’s series began with “A Is for Alibi” in 1982 and continued through “Y Is for Yesterday,” released in August 2017.

Her last book, “Z Is for Zero,” was scheduled for release in fall 2019, according to the author’s website. But her husband, Steve Humphrey, said Grafton had yet to start writing the novel.

“She was trying to come up with an idea, but she never got one she liked,” Humphrey said. “With chemo, she didn’t have much energy or interest in that anyway. There will just be a 25-letter alphabet, I’m sorry to say.”

 

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