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Nov 29, 2021

[Answer] 1. Which of the following titles follows logically immediately after "A Is for Alibi" and "B Is for Burglar"?

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...1. E Is for Evidence 2. T Is for Trespass 3. K Is for Killer 4. C Is for Corpse All these titles are from Sue Grafton's "Alphabet Series". This series starring private investigator Kinsey Millhone was published in a strictly alphabetical order, starting in 1982 with "A is for Alibi". "C Is for Corpse" (1986) starts with the request made by a young man (Bobby Callahan) suffering from amnesia to inquire about a car accident in which Bobby was seriously wounded. Only a few days after Bobby contacted Kinsey Millhone, he died in another car accident. In "E Is for Evidence" (1988) Kinsey investigates a fire in a factory. "K Is for Killer" (1994) searches for someone who murdered a high class prostitute. "T Is for Trespass" (2007) tackles identity theft.




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C Is for Corpse:


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