d is for deadbeat

D Is For Deadbeat by Sue Grafton

Sue Grafton

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ISBN: 978-1-60619-926-3Book Description:I'm not a human being. I'm a writer. And sometimes I write about people who aren't human at all. I've always wanted to be a writer. When my children were small, I wrote them stories. When they were older, I wrote them stories about them. But when they were babies, I wrote them stories about me.I felt awful for what I
I loved D is for Deadbeat. It's the first book in the Little Bitty Mysteries series, and I loved it from page one. I loved its warmth, humor, and a beautiful family reminiscent of my own. This book didn't just have me cheering for the family; it also had me crying as I read about all the hard times they have had to go through because of their unwillingness to get help. It was so easy to see why they are such a strong family unit,
I needed to write a literature review about D Is For Deadbeat and Every Bright And Broken Thing books. I read D Is For Deadbeat with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Sue Grafton is a wonderful writer.