Series: Inspector Pel Mysteries

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Works (18)

Pel and the Faceless Corpse by Mark Hebden1
Death Set to Music by Mark Hebden2
Pel Under Pressure by Mark Hebden3
Pel Is Puzzled by Mark Hebden4
Pel and the Bombers by Mark Hebden5
Pel and the Staghound by Mark Hebden6
Pel And The Pirates by Mark Hebden7
Pel and the Predators by Mark Hebden8
Pel and the Prowler by Mark Hebden9
Pel Among The Pueblos by Mark Hebden11
Pel And The Headless Corpse by Mark Hebden12
Pel And The Touch Of Pitch by Mark Hebden13
Pel And The Picture of Innocence by Mark Hebden14
Pel And The Party Spirit by Mark Hebden15
Pel and the Missing Persons by Mark Hebden16
Pel and the Promised Land by Mark Hebden17
Pel and the Sepulchre Job by Mark Hebden18
Pel and the Precious Parcel (Constable crime) by Juliet Hebden19

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Series description

As in publication date order as found on fantasticfiction.co.uk.

The series has been extended by Mark Hebden's daughter Juliet

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