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Ice Blue by Emma Jameson1
Blue Murder by Emma Jameson2
Something Blue by Emma Jameson3
Black & Blue by Emma Jameson4
Blue blooded by Emma Jameson5
Deadly Trio: 3 English Mysteries by Emma JamesonOmnibus 1,2,3

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  9. A Dangerous Talent by Charlotte Elkins (2012)
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  11. Maids of Misfortune by M. Louisa Locke (2009)
  12. Twelfth Night by Deanna Raybourn (2014)
  13. Where Memories Lie by Deborah Crombie (2008)
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Series description

At the beginning of the series, Anthony Hetheridge, ninth Baron of Wellegrave, Chief Superintendent for New Scotland Yard, will turn sixty in three weeks.  He is considering retirement.   Arriving at work, he breaks up an angry argument between  Detective Sergeant Kate Wakefield and her supervisor.  Kate is a fiery East Ender.   Hetheridge decides to assign Kate to work with him, instead.  He finds himself oddly attracted to the much younger woman.

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