Series: Hamish Macbeth

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Death of a Gossip by M. C. Beaton1
Death of a Cad by M. C. Beaton2
Death of an Outsider by M. C. Beaton3
Death of a Perfect Wife by M. C. Beaton4
Death of a Hussy by M. C. Beaton5
Death of a Snob by M. C. Beaton6
Death of a Prankster by M. C. Beaton7
Death of a Glutton by M. C. Beaton8
Death of a Travelling Man by M. C. Beaton9
Death of a Charming Man by M. C. Beaton10
Death of a Nag by M. C. Beaton11
Death of a Macho Man by M. C. Beaton12
Death of a Dentist by M. C. Beaton13
Death of a Scriptwriter by M. C. Beaton14
Death of an Addict by M. C. Beaton15
Death of a Dustman by M. C. Beaton16
A Highland Christmas by M. C. Beaton16
Death of a Celebrity by M. C. Beaton17
Death of a Village by M. C. Beaton18
Death of a Poison Pen by M. C. Beaton19
Death of a Bore by M. C. Beaton20
Death of a Dreamer by M. C. Beaton21
Death of a Maid by M. C. Beaton22
Death of a Gentle Lady by M. C. Beaton23
Death of a Witch by M. C. Beaton24
Death of a Valentine by M. C. Beaton25
Death of a Chimney Sweep by M. C. Beaton26
Death of a Kingfisher by M. C. Beaton27
Death of Yesterday by M. C. Beaton28
Death of a Policeman by M. C. Beaton29
Death of a Liar by M. C. Beaton30
Knock, Knock, You're Dead! by M. C. Beatonshort story
Death of a Nurse by M. C. Beaton31
Death of a Ghost by M. C. Beaton32
The Casebooks of Hamish Macbeth: Death of a Gossip and Death of a Cad by M. C. BeatonOmnibus 1-2
Death of a Gossip / Death of a Cad / Death of an Outsider / Death of a Perfect Wife by M. C. BeatonOmnibus 1-4
Hamish Macbeth Books 1-10 (Death of a Gossip, Death of a Cad, Death of an Outsider, Death of a Perfect Wife, Death of a Hussy, Death of a Snob, Death of a Prankster, Death of a Glutton, Death of a Travelling Man, Death of a Charming Man) by M. C. BeatonOmnibus 1-10
Death of a Cad / Death of a Hussy / Death of a Prankster by M. C. BeatonOmnibus 2, 5, 7
Hamish Macbeth Ten Books (Death of a Gentle Lady / Death of a Poison Pen / Death of a Village / Death of a Celebrity / Death of a Dustman / Death of an Addict / Death of a Scriptwriter / Death of a Dentist / Death of a Macho Man / Death of a Nag) by M. C. BeatonOmnibus 11-15, 17-20, 24
Hamish Macbeth Murder Mystery Collection (Death of a Nag, Death of a Macho Man, Death of a Dentist, Death of a Scriptwriter, Death of an Addict, Death of a Dustman, Death of a Celebrity, Death of a Village, Death of a Poison Pen, Death of a Dreamer, Death of a Gentle Lady, Death of a Valentine) by M. C. Beaton11-15, 17-20, 22, 24, 26
Death of a Village / Death of a Bore / Death of a Poison Pen by M. C. BeatonOmnibus 19-21

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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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