Series: Lord Francis Powerscourt Mysteries

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Goodnight Sweet Prince by David Dickinson1
Death and the Jubilee by David Dickinson2
Death of an Old Master by David Dickinson3
Death of a Chancellor by David Dickinson4
Death Called to the Bar by David Dickinson5
Death on the Nevskii Prospekt by David Dickinson6
Death on the Holy Mountain by David Dickinson7
Death of a Pilgrim by David Dickinson8
Death of a Wine Merchant by David Dickinson9
Death in a Scarlet Coat by David Dickinson10
Death at the Jesus Hospital by David Dickinson11
Death of an Elgin Marble by David Dickinson12
Death Comes to the Ballets Russes by David Dickinson13
Death Comes to Lynchester Close by David Dickinson14
The Lord Francis Powerscourt Omnibus, Books 1-4 by David DickinsonOmnibus 1-4

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  10. A Rare Interest in Corpses by Ann Granger (2006)
  11. A Beautiful Blue Death by Charles Finch (2007)
  12. A Regimental Murder by Ashley Gardner (2004)
  13. The Harper's Quine by Pat McIntosh (2004)
  14. The Palace Tiger by Barbara Cleverly (2004)
  15. A Cold Touch of Ice by Michael Pearce (2000)

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