Series: Faye Longchamp Mystery

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Artifacts by Mary Anna Evans1
Relics by Mary Anna Evans2
Effigies by Mary Anna Evans3
Findings by Mary Anna Evans4
Floodgates by Mary Anna Evans5
Strangers by Mary Anna Evans6
Plunder by Mary Anna Evans7
Rituals: A Faye Longchamp Mystery (Faye Longchamp Series) by Mary Anna Evans8

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  1. Desert Noir by Betty Webb (2001)
  2. In the Shadow of the Glacier by Vicki Delany (2007)
  3. Murder in the 11th House: A Starlight Detective Agency Mystery (Starlight Detective Agency Mysteries) by Mitchell Scott Lewis (2011)
  4. Deadly Descent by Charlotte Hinger (2009)
  5. Blackman's Coffin by Mark de Castrique (2008)
  6. Anteater of Death by Betty Webb (2008)
  7. The Old Buzzard Had It Coming by Donis Casey (2005)
  8. Mew is for Murder by Clea Simon (2005)
  9. Bones of Contention by Jeanne Matthews (2010)
  10. The Crossing Places by Elly Griffiths (2009)
  11. Mad Mouse by Chris Grabenstein (2006)
  12. Isolation: A Faye Longchamp Mystery (Faye Longchamp Series) by Mary Anna Evans (2015)
  13. The Heat of the Moon by Sandra Parshall (2006)
  14. The Buzzard Table by Margaret Maron (2012)
  15. Lord of the Silent by Elizabeth Peters (2001)

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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