Series: Britt Montero

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Contents Under Pressure (Avon Twilight Mystery) (1st in Britt Montero Mystery series) by Edna Buchanan1
Miami, It's Murder: A Britt Montero Novel by Edna BuchananBook 2
Suitable for Framing by Edna Buchanan3
Act of Betrayal by Edna Buchanan4
Margin of Error by Edna Buchanan5
Garden of Evil: A Britt Montero Novel (Britt Montero Mysteries) by Edna Buchanan6
You Only Die Twice: A Novel by Edna Buchanan7
The Ice Maiden: A Britt Montero Mystery (Britt Montero Mysteries) by Edna Buchanan8
Love Kills: A Britt Montero Novel (Britt Montero Mysteries) by Edna Buchanan9

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