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Marriage Can Be Murder by Emma Jameson1
Divorce Can Be Deadly by Emma Jameson2
Dr. Bones and the Christmas Wish [novella] by Emma Jameson2.5
Dr. Bones and the Lost Love Letter [novella] by Emma Jameson2.6

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Dr. Benjamin Bones is sent to Birdswing, Cornwall, at the beginning of World War II. His wife is killed and he is severely injured the first night when they are hit by a car. He forms a close friendship with Lady Juliet Linton, who is the married daughter of the local lady of the manor, Lady Victoria.

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