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Lessons in Love by Charlie CochraneNov 1905
Lessons in Desire by Charlie CochraneAug 1906
Lessons in Discovery by Charlie CochraneNov 1906
Lessons in Power by Charlie CochraneSpring 1907
Lessons in Seduction by Charlie CochraneSep 1907
Lessons in Temptation by Charlie CochraneJuly 1907
My True Love Sent to Me by Charlie CochraneDec 1907
Lessons in Trust by Charlie CochraneSummer 1908
Lessons for Suspicious Minds by Charlie CochraneSummer 1909
Lessons for Idle Tongues by Charlie Cochrane1910
Once We Won Matches by Charlie CochraneAug 1912
All Lessons Learned by Charlie CochraneSpring 1919
Lessons for Survivors by Charlie CochraneAutumn 1919
Lessons for Sleeping Dogs (Cambridge Fellows Mysteries) by Charlie Cochrane1921

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