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"A" Is for Alibi

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  1. The first novel in the "Alphabet Mysteries" series introduces the character of Kinsey Millhone as she treads through the facts surrounding the death of prominent divorce lawyer Laurence Fife, whose murder eight years previous was blamed on his then w

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  2. the first novel in the Kinsey Millhone series by crime writer Sue Grafton

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  3. published in 1982

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  4. The first printing of "A" Is for Alibi was 7,500 copies

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  5. Grafton based the story to some extent on her own 'fantasies' of murdering her then husband prior to divorce

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  6. The choice of murder through a substitution of the contents of an antihistamine tablet with oleander meant that an alibi held no value since the tablet could have been switched a considerable time prior to someone actually taking the tablet

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