Series: Asey Mayo Cape Cod mystery

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The Cape Cod Mystery by Phoebe Atwood Taylor1
Death Lights a Candle by Phoebe Atwood Taylor2
The Mystery of the Cape Cod Players by Phoebe Atwood Taylor3
The Mystery of the Cape Cod Tavern by Phoebe Atwood Taylor4
Sandbar Sinister by Phoebe Atwood Taylor5
Deathblow Hill by Phoebe Atwood Taylor6
The Tinkling Symbol by Phoebe Atwood Taylor7
The Crimson Patch by Phoebe Atwood Taylor8
Out of Order by Phoebe Atwood Taylor9
Figure Away by Phoebe Atwood Taylor10
Octagon House by Phoebe Atwood Taylor11
The Annulet of Gilt by Phoebe Atwood Taylor12
Banbury Bog by Phoebe Atwood Taylor13
Spring Harrowing by Phoebe Atwood Taylor14
The Criminal C.O.D. by Phoebe Atwood Taylor15
The Deadly Sunshade by Phoebe Atwood Taylor16
The Perennial Boarder by Phoebe Atwood Taylor17
The Six Iron Spiders by Phoebe Atwood Taylor18
Three Plots for Asey Mayo by Phoebe Atwood Taylor19
Going, Going, Gone by Phoebe Atwood Taylor20
Proof of the Pudding by Phoebe Atwood Taylor21
Asey Mayo Trio: Three Mystery Stories by Phoebe Atwood Taylor22
Punch with Care by Phoebe Atwood Taylor23
Diplomatic Corpse by Phoebe Atwood Taylor24

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  2. Cold Steal: A Leonidas Witherall Mystery by Phoebe Atwood Taylor (1939)
  3. Murder Within Murder by Frances Lockridge (1946)
  4. Rest You Merry by Charlotte MacLeod (1978)
  5. Vane Pursuit by Charlotte MacLeod (1989)
  6. The Longer the Thread by Emma Lathen (1971)
  7. Night Walk by Elizabeth Daly (1963)
  8. The Plain Old Man by Charlotte MacLeod (1985)
  9. Nine - and Death Makes Ten by Carter Dickson (1940)
  10. The Grub-and-Stakers Quilt a Bee by Alisa Craig (1985)
  11. The Puzzle of the Happy Hooligan by Stuart Palmer (1941)
  12. Death-Watch by John Dickson Carr (1935)
  13. Murder at Vassar by Elizabeth Atwood Taylor (1987)
  14. A Pint of Murder by Alisa Craig (1980)
  15. Death at the Bar by Ngaio Marsh (1940)

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