Sue Grafton books are not appropriate for younger readers. Sue Grafton writes mystery novels with adult subject matter and language. She explores topics that include murder and vengeance.
Amazon.com sites that the Alphabet Series by Sue Grafton have become international best sellers. Grafton drafted her first novel titled, "A" is for Alibi" in 1982. The series follows a private-eye detective named Kinsey Millhone, who lost both of her parents at the age of five. Sue Grafton's website details the biography of this character, as well as summaries for each novel.
In 2009, Grafton was named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America, as noted on Amazon.com. She was also awarded Ross Macdonald Literary Award in 2004.