Series: J. W. Jackson Mysteries

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A Beautiful Place to Die by Philip R. Craig1
The Woman Who Walked into the Sea by Philip R. Craig2
The Double Minded Men by Philip R. Craig3
Cliff Hanger by Philip R. Craig4
Off Season by Philip R. Craig5
A Case of Vineyard Poison by Philip R. Craig6
Death on a Vineyard Beach by Philip R. Craig7
A Deadly Vineyard Holiday by Philip R. Craig8
A Shoot on Martha's Vineyard by Philip R. Craig9
A Fatal Vineyard Season by Philip R. Craig10
Vineyard Blues by Philip R. Craig11
Vineyard Shadows by Philip R. Craig12
First Light by Philip R. Craigwritten with William G. Tapply- J.W. teams up with Brady Coyne) (13
Vineyard Enigma by Philip R. Craig14
A Vineyard Killing by Philip R. Craig15
Murder at a Vineyard Mansion by Philip R. Craig16
Vineyard Prey by Philip R. Craig17
Second Sight by Philip R. Craigwritten with William J. Tapply; J.W. teams up with Brady Coyne) (18
Dead in Vineyard Sand by Philip R. Craig19
Vineyard Stalker by Philip R. Craig20
Third Strike by Philip R. Craigwritten with William G. Tapply; J.W. teams up with Brady Coyne) (21
Vineyard Chill by Philip R. Craig22
Delish! The J.W. Jackson Recipes; A Martha's Vineyard Cookbook by Philip R. Craig and Shirley Prada CraigCookbook

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