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Death at the President's Lodging by Michael Innes1
Hamlet, Revenge! by Michael Innes2
Lament for a Maker by Michael Innes3
Stop Press by Michael Innes4
The Secret Vanguard by Michael Innes5
There Came Both Mist and Snow by Michael Innes6
Appleby on Ararat by Michael Innes7
The Daffodil Affair by Michael Innes8
The Weight of the Evidence by Michael Innes9
Appleby's End by Michael Innes10
A Night of Errors by Michael Innes11
Operation Pax by Michael Innes12
One Man Show by Michael Innes13
Appleby Talking by Michael Innes14
Appleby Talks Again by Michael Innes15
Death on a Quiet Day by Michael Innes16
The Long Farewell by Michael Innes17
Hare Sitting Up by Michael Innes18
Silence Observed by Michael Innes19
A Connoisseur's Case (UK) / The Crabtree Affair (US) by Michael Innes20
The Bloody Wood by Michael Innes21
Appleby at Allington by Michael Innes22
A Family Affair by Michael Innes23
Death at the Chase by Michael Innes24
An Awkward Lie by Michael Innes25
The Open House by Michael Innes26
Appleby's Answer by Michael Innes27
Appleby's Other Story by Michael Innes28
The Appleby File by Michael Innes29
The Gay Phoenix by Michael Innes30
The Ampersand Papers by Michael Innes31
Sheiks and Adders by Michael Innes32
Appleby and Honeybath by Michael Innes33
Carson's Conspiracy by Michael Innes34
Appleby and the Ospreys by Michael Innes35
Appleby Talks About Crime by Michael Innes36
Michael Innes Omnibus by Michael InnesOmnibus 1-2, 8
The Michael Innes treasury by Michael InnesOmnibus 2 & 10

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A series of British mystery/crime novels featuring Inspector (later Sir) John Appleby of Scotland Yard, spanning his career from the 1930s to the 1980s.
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