Series: Chanse MacLeod mysteries

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Murder in the Rue Dauphine by Greg Herren1
Murder in the Rue St. Ann2
Murder in the Rue St. Ann by Greg Herren2
Murder in the Rue Chartres by Greg Herren3
Murder in the Rue Ursulines by Greg Herren4
Murder in the Garden District by Greg Herren5
Murder in the Irish Channel by Greg Herren6
Murder in the Arts District by Greg Herren7

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  5. The Role Players by Dorien Grey (2004)
  6. Sex and Murder.com by Mark Richard Zubro (2001)
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  8. Amuse Bouche by Anthony Bidulka (2003)
  9. Final Atonement by Steve Johnson (1992)
  10. Government Gay by Fred Hunter (1997)
  11. First You Fall by Scott Sherman (2008)
  12. Closet by R. D. Zimmerman (1995)
  13. Let's Get Criminal by Lev Raphael (1996)
  14. Someone Killed His Boyfriend: A Summer of Sex, Sun and Murder in Provincetown by David Stukas (1605)
  15. A Body to Dye For by Grant Michaels (1989)

Series description

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In July 2014, Greg Herren announced on his blog that Murder in the Arts District is THE LAST Chanse McLeod mystery read more


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