- "P" Is for Peril
"P" Is for Peril
Cover of the book "P" is for Peril by Sue Grafton.
Author(s) Sue Grafton Country United States Language English Series Alphabet Mysteries Genre(s) Mystery Publisher G. P. Putnam's Sons Publication date 2001-06-04 Media type Print (Hardcover) Pages 320 pp (first edition) ISBN 9780399147197 OCLC Number 45207913 Dewey Decimal 813/.54 21 LC Classification PS3557.R13 P3 2001 Preceded by "O" Is for Outlaw Followed by "Q" Is for Quarry
"P" Is for Peril is the sixteenth novel in Sue Grafton's "Alphabet" series of mystery novels. The novel focuses on the disappearance of Dr. Dowan Purcell, a nursing home administrator and doctor at Pacific Meadows Nursing Home, and features Kinsey Millhone, a private eye based in Santa Teresa, California. The novel is set in 1986.
- ^ a b "It's no mystery that Sue Grafton's latest novel - 'P is for Peril' - is a best seller". The Sacramento Bee: p. E1. 2001-07-05.
- ^ Codgill, Oline H. (2001-07-12). "This time, P is for pleasure". South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
- ^ Henry, Andrea (2001-06-07). "Fact and fiction: Is Sue taking the P?; The A List's book reviewer gives her verdicts". The Mirror (London, England).
- ^ Chapman, Art (2001-06-01). "'P Is for Peril,' by Sue Grafton". Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Works by Sue Grafton Alphabet novels"A" Is for Alibi • "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 • "O" Is for Outlaw • "P" Is for Peril • "Q" Is for Quarry • "R" Is for Ricochet • "S" Is for Silence • "T" Is for Trespass • "U" Is for Undertow • "V" Is for Vengeance Other novelsKeziah Dane • The Lolly-Madonna War Related articles Films adapted from novelsLolly-Madonna XXX
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