Series: Home Repair is Homicide

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The Dead Cat Bounce by Sarah Graves1
Triple Witch by Sarah Graves2
Wicked Fix by Sarah Graves3
Repair to Her Grave by Sarah Graves4
Wreck the Halls by Sarah Graves5
Unhinged by Sarah Graves6
Mallets Aforethought by Sarah Graves7
Tool & Die by Sarah Graves8
Nail Biter by Sarah Graves9
Trap Door by Sarah Graves10
The Book of Old Houses by Sarah Graves11
A Face at the Window by Sarah Graves12
Crawlspace by Sarah Graves13
Knockdown by Sarah Graves14
Dead Level by Sarah Graves15
A Bat in the Belfry by Sarah Graves16
17 A Home Repair by Sarah Graves17

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  1. Murder with Puffins by Donna Andrews (2000)
  2. Them Bones by Carolyn Haines (1999)
  3. Yankee Doodle Dead by Carolyn Hart (1998)
  4. Snow Place to Die by Mary Daheim (1998)
  5. The Class Menagerie by Jill Churchill (1999)
  6. Mistletoe Murder (Lucy Stone Mysteries, No. 1) by Leslie Meier (1991)
  7. The Chocolate Cat Caper by JoAnna Carl (2002)
  8. Killer Wedding by Jerrilyn Farmer (2000)
  9. Plaster and Poison by Jennie Bentley (2010)
  10. Fatal Feng Shui by Leslie Caine (2007)
  11. The Body in the Belfry by Katherine Hall Page (1990)
  12. The Last Suppers by Diane Mott Davidson (1994)
  13. Permit for Murder by Valerie Wolzien (1997)
  14. Crime Brûlée by Nancy Fairbanks (2001)
  15. Gilt By Association by Tamar Myers (1996)

Series description

Originally called the "Mainly Murder" series, this series revolves around Jacobia Tiptree and her uncanny ability to get involved in every murder committed in Eastport. The home repair aspect is mostly window dressing.

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