Series: Lord James Harrington Mysteries

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Lord James Harrington and the Spring Mystery by Lynn Florkiewicz1
Lord James Harrington and the Winter Mystery by Lynn Florkiewicz1
Lord James Harrington and the Summer Mystery by Lynn Florkiewicz3
Lord James Harrington and the Autumn Mystery by Lynn Florkiewicz4
Lord James Harrington and the Christmas Mystery (Volume 5) by Mrs Lynn Florkiewicz5

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1950s(2) 2016(1) Alec Grimes. When James finds Grimes dead(1) amateur detective(2) and the Cavendish regulars(2) Beth; residents of the tiny village of Cavendish(2) British(2) Christmas mysteries(1) clues suggest foul play yet the room was locked from the inside. When a second death occurs at the Scarecrow Festival(1) cozy(2) DCI George Lane(1) deep in the heart of West Sussex in England. They adore hosting seasonal events(2) Delphine Brooks-Hunter(1) ebook(7) England(2) English Mystery(1) fiction(2) florkiewicz(1) genre - mystery(1) he is certain of foul play. But the doctor confirms natural causes and even good friend Detective Chief Inspector George Lane dismisses his suspicions. So James decides to put his own sleuthing skills to the test.Delving into Grimes’ affairs(1) in his latest adventure.(1) Introducing the third in the series. It’s summer and the annual tennis tournament between Cavendish and Charnley is under way; but a sudden spate of jewel thefts prompts James to put his sleuthing hat on. His investigation suggests that the criminals ar(1) iPad(2) is in the area. Worryingly(1) It’s 1958 and James and Beth are hosting the annual spring fair where wealthy recluse(1) James puts his sleuthing hat on. Why did the Cameron's move to Cavendish? Has Locksmiths Joe murder again? What is his link to the Camerons? Who is the ghostly figure in the window? Who benefits from Christie's fortune? What family secrets haunts Christie(1) Jeannie(1) keeping the local folklore alive and listening to the latest murder mystery on the wireless. But mysteries down't always remain on the airwaves... It’s Christmas and James and Beth are preparing for Harrington’s festive dinner and dance. This year(1) Kindle(12) Kindle Edition(1) lit(4) Locksmith Joe(1) Meet Lord James Harrington and his delightful wife(3) mystery(15) refuse to integrate into the community and have upset a number of villagers. When Christie is found dead in his bedroom(1) running their country hotel(2) The Devil Incarnate(1) to-read(4) village mysteries(2) when their cleaner voices her concern over missing farmer(1)


  1. The Murder at Sissingham Hall by Clara Benson (2013)
  2. Richardson's First Case: An Inspector Richardson Mystery (The Inspector Richardson Mysteries) by Basil Thomson
  3. The Bradshaw Mystery by John Waddington-Feather (2012)
  4. Death of an Old Git by Andrea Frazer (2011)
  5. Strangeways to Oldham: Volume 1 (Belchester Chronicle) by Andrea Frazer (2012)
  6. Death of a Perfect Wife by M. C. Beaton (1989)
  7. Ice Blue by Emma Jameson (2011)
  8. Murder at Rutherford Hall: Rachel Markham Mystery Series (Volume 1) by PB Kolleri (2013)
  9. The Case of the Not-So-Fair Trader (A Richard Sherlock Whodunit Book 1) by Jim Stevens (2010)
  10. Wicked Autumn by G. M. Malliet (2011)
  11. The case of the pig in the evening suit by RR Gall (2013)
  12. Rope Enough (The Romney and Marsh Files Book 1) by Oliver Tidy (2014)
  13. A Trick of the Light by Louise Penny (2011)
  14. Agatha Raisin and the Haunted House by M. C. Beaton (2003)
  15. The Case of the Gilded Fly by Edmund Crispin (1944)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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