Series: Brenda Midnight Mysteries

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Death brims over by Barbara J. Wilson1
Accessory to Murder (Brenda Midnight Mysteries) by Barbara Jaye Wilson2
Death Flips Its Lid: A Brenda Midnight Mystery by Barbara Jaye Wilson3
Capped Off (Brenda Midnight Mysteries) by Barbara Jaye Wilson4
Hatful of Homicide: A Brenda Midnight Mystery (Brenda Midnight Mysteries) by Barbara Jaye Wilson5
Murder and the Mad Hatter (Brenda Midnight Mystery) by Barbara Jaye Wilson6

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  11. The Rabbit Factory by Marshall Karp (2006)
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