Series: Faye Longchamp Mystery

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Artifacts (Faye Longchamp Mysteries, No. 1) by Mary Anna Evans1
Relics (Faye Longchamp Mysteries, No. 2) by Mary Anna Evans2
Effigies (Faye Longchamp Mysteries, No. 3) by Mary Anna Evans3
Findings (Faye Longchamp Mysteries, No. 4) by Mary Anna Evans4
Floodgates: A Faye Longchamp Mystery by Mary Anna Evans5
Strangers: A Faye Longchamp Mystery by Mary Anna Evans6
Plunder: A Faye Longchamp Mystery. by Mary Anna Evans7
Rituals: A Faye Longchamp Mystery (Faye Longchamp Series) by Mary Anna Evans8
Isolation: A Faye Longchamp Mystery (Faye Longchamp Series) by Mary Anna Evans9
Burials (Faye Longchamp Series) by Mary Anna Evans10

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Series description

The Faye Longchamp mysteries are set in the American Southeast, where archaeologist Faye Longchamp digs up trouble along with her artifacts.


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