Series: Her Majesty Investigates

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Death at Buckingham Palace by C. C. Benison1
Death at Sandringham House by C. C. Benison2
Death at Windsor Castle by C. C. Benison3

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  12. Death of a Baritone by Karen Sturges (1999)
  13. Death of a Dean by Hazel Holt (1996)
  14. A Beautiful Blue Death by Charles Finch (2007)
  15. Out of Circulation by Jo Dereske (1997)

Series description

Jane Bee is a young Canadian woman who is living in England.   She gets a job working as a maid at Buckingham Palace.   She makes a favorable impression on the Queen during a chance meeting, and is thereafter, while keeping her maid's job, also does leg work when the Queen investigates mysterious deaths.   She moves with the court as the Queen occupies different houses.


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