Series: Augusta Goodnight Mysteries

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Angel at Troublesome Creek by Mignon F. Ballard1
An Angel to Die For by Mignon F. Ballard2
Shadow of an Angel by Mignon F. Ballard3
The Angel Whispered Danger by Mignon F. Ballard4
Too Late for Angels (Augusta Goodnight Mysteries, No. 5) by Mignon F. Ballard5
The Angel and the Jabberwocky Murders by Mignon F. Ballard6
Hark! The Herald Angel Screamed by Mignon F. Ballard7
Miss Dimple and the Slightly Bewildered Angel by Mignon F. Ballard8

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  2. Who Invited the Dead Man? (Thoroughly Southern Mysteries, No. 3) by Patricia Sprinkle (2002)
  3. Death of a Domestic Diva by Sharon Short (2003)
  4. Kilt Dead by Kaitlyn Dunnett (2007)
  5. Sympathy for the Devil by Jerrilyn Farmer (1998)
  6. Biggie and the Quincy Ghost by Nancy Bell (2001)
  7. Anything Goes by Jill Churchill (1999)
  8. Murder of a Sweet Old Lady by Denise Swanson (2001)
  9. Death, Snow, and Mistletoe by Valerie S. Malmont (2000)
  10. Dolled Up for Murder by Deb Baker (2006)
  11. Who Killed Swami Schwartz? by Nora Charles (2005)
  12. Dandy Gilver and the Reek of Red Herrings by Catriona McPherson (2014)
  13. A Good Year for a Corpse by Valerie Wolzien (1994)
  14. The Passover Murder by Lee Harris (1996)
  15. Never Preach Past Noon by Edie Claire (2000)

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