Series: Kate Ivory mysteries

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Death and the Oxford Box by Veronica Stallwood1
Oxford Exit by Veronica Stallwood2
Oxford Mourning by Veronica Stallwood3
Oxford Fall by Veronica Stallwood4
Oxford Knot by Veronica Stallwood5
Oxford Blue by Veronica Stallwood6
Oxford Shift by Veronica Stallwood7
Oxford Shadows by Veronica Stallwood8
Oxford Double by Veronica Stallwood9
Oxford Proof by Veronica Stallwood10
Oxford Remains by Veronica Stallwood11
Oxford Letters by Veronica Stallwood12
Oxford Menace by Veronica Stallwood13

Related tags


  1. Candle for a Corpse by Ann Granger (1995)
  2. Death's Bright Angel by Janet Neel (1988)
  3. An Air That Kills by Andrew Taylor (1994)
  4. Deathspell by Veronica Stallwood (1992)
  5. Fen Country by Edmund Crispin (1940)
  6. The Body on the Beach by Simon Brett (2000)
  7. The Saltmarsh Murders by Gladys Mitchell (1932)
  8. Every Breath You Take (Laura Principal Mysteries) by Michelle Spring (1994)
  9. The Wyndham Case by Jill Paton Walsh (1993)
  10. The Cruellest Month by Hazel Holt (1991)
  11. Mrs, Presumed Dead by Simon Brett (1988)
  12. A Dead Man Out of Mind by Kate Charles (1994)
  13. Cargo of Eagles by Margery Allingham (1968)
  14. Past Reason Hated by Peter Robinson (1991)
  15. Clubbed to Death by Ruth Dudley Edwards (1992)

Series description

Kate Ivory is a historical novelist living in Oxford who frequently – and often unwillingly – finds herself involved in a crime.
More on the series can be found on Veronica Stallwood's website.


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