Series: Algonquin Round Table Mystery

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Murder Your Darlings by J.J. Murphy1
Hair of the Dog by J.J. Murphy1.5
You Might As Well Die by J.J. Murphy2
A Friendly Game of Murder: An Algonquin Round Table Mystery by J.J. Murphy3

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  4. Mayhem at the Orient Express by Kylie Logan (2013)
  5. A Killer Plot by Ellery Adams (2010)
  6. To Sketch a Thief by Sharon Pape (2011)
  7. Mind Over Murder by Allison Kingsley (2011)
  8. Pies And Prejudice by Ellery Adams (2012)
  9. A Timely Vision by Joyce Lavene (2010)
  10. Books Can Be Deceiving by Jenn McKinlay (2011)
  11. Fundraising The Dead by Sheila Connolly (2010)
  12. Bedeviled Eggs by Laura Childs (2010)
  13. Murder, She Barked by Krista Davis (2013)
  14. Flowerbed Of State by Dorothy St. James (2011)
  15. Murder Past Due by Miranda James (2010)

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