Series: Jemima Shore mysteries

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Quiet as a Nun by Antonia Fraser1
The Wild Island by Antonia Fraser2
A Splash of Red by Antonia Fraser3
Cool Repentance by Antonia Fraser4
Oxford Blood by Antonia Fraser5
Your royal hostage by Antonia Fraser6
Cavalier Case, The by Antonia Fraser7
Political death by Antonia Fraser8
Jemima Shore's First Case and Other Stories by Antonia Fraser short stories
Jemima Shore at the Sunny Grave by Antonia Fraser short stories
Jemima Shore on the Case by Antonia Fraser omnibus 4-6

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  1. A Masculine Ending by Joan Smith (1987)
  2. Death's Bright Angel by Janet Neel (1988)
  3. No Word from Winifred by Amanda Cross (1986)
  4. The Cooking School Murders by Virginia Rich (1982)
  5. Murder Among Us by Ann Granger (1993)
  6. The Gazebo by Patricia Wentworth (1955)
  7. Thus Was Adonis Murdered by Sarah Caudwell (1981)
  8. How to Murder the Man of Your Dreams by Dorothy Cannell (1995)
  9. Death of a Mystery Writer by Robert Barnard (1978)
  10. More Work for the Undertaker by Margery Allingham (1952)
  11. Down the Garden Path by Dorothy Cannell (1985)
  12. A Shilling for Candles by Josephine Tey (1936)
  13. When in Rome by Ngaio Marsh (1970)
  14. A Pint of Murder by Alisa Craig (1980)
  15. The Case of the Gilded Fly by Edmund Crispin (1944)

Series description

A series of British mystery/crime novels featuring the television investigative journalist, Jemima Shore.

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