Series: Edwardian Murder Mysteries

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Snobbery With Violence by Marion Chesneybook 1
Hasty Death by Marion Chesneybook 2
Sick of Shadows by Marion Chesneybook 3
Our Lady of Pain: An Edwardian Murder Mystery (Edwardian Murder Mysteries) by Marion Chesneybook 4

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  1. The Winter Garden Mystery by Carola Dunn (1995)
  2. Her Royal Spyness by Rhys Bowen (2007)
  3. The Skeleton in the Closet by M. C. Beaton (2001)
  4. Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death by M. C. Beaton (1992)
  5. Death at Bishop's Keep by Robin Paige (1994)
  6. A Nice Class of Corpse by Simon Brett (1986)
  7. High Marks for Murder by Rebecca Kent (2008)
  8. Mrs. Jeffries Reveals Her Art by Emily Brightwell (1998)
  9. Murder On Astor Place by Victoria Thompson (1999)
  10. The Tale of Holly How by Susan Wittig Albert (2005)
  11. Penelope Goes to Portsmouth by Marion Chesney (1991)
  12. The Perfect Daughter by Gillian Linscott (2000)
  13. The Body in the Transept by Jeanne M. Dams (1995)
  14. The Body on the Beach by Simon Brett (2000)
  15. Death With Reservations by Kate Kingsbury (1998)

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