Series: Anneke Haagen

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Something to Kill For by Susan Holtzer1
Curly Smoke by Susan Holtzer2
Bleeding Maize and Blue by Susan Holtzer3
Black Diamond by Susan Holtzer4
The Silly Season: An Entr' Acte Mystery of the University of Michigan by Susan Holtzer5
The Wedding Game by Susan Holtzer6
Better Than Sex by Susan Holtzer7

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Series description

Anneke Haagen runs her own computer business in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and gets involved in a number of mysteries associated with the University of Michigan. Her involvement with a police lieutenant gives her an edge in solving the crimes.


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