Series: Gilded Age Mystery

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Still Life With Murder by P. B. Ryan1
Murder in a Mill Town by P. B. Ryan2
Death on Beacon Hill by P. B. Ryan3
Murder on Black Friday by P. B. Ryan4
Murder in the North End by P. B. Ryan5
A Bucket of Ashes by P. B. Ryan6
The Nell Sweeney Historical Mysteries (Nell Sweeney Mysteries, #1-6) by P. B. RyanOmnibus 1-6

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  1. Murder on Astor Place by Victoria Thompson (1999)
  2. Death of Riley by Rhys Bowen (2002)
  3. Silent in the Grave by Deanna Raybourn (2006)
  4. The Hanover Square Affair by Ashley Gardner (2003)
  5. Maids of Misfortune by M. Louisa Locke (2009)
  6. Death at Bishop's Keep (Robin Paige Victorian Mysteries, No. 1) by Robin Paige (1994)
  7. Where Serpents Sleep by C. S. Harris (2008)
  8. The Shanghai Tunnel by Sharan Newman (2008)
  9. Symptoms of Death by Paula Paul (2002)
  10. A Crimson Warning by Tasha Alexander (2011)
  11. The White Crow by Cynthia Peale (2002)
  12. Face Down in the Marrow-Bone Pie by Kathy Lynn Emerson (1997)
  13. A Beautiful Blue Death by Charles Finch (2007)
  14. Snobbery With Violence by Marion Chesney (2003)
  15. High Marks for Murder by Rebecca Kent (2008)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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