Series: Maggie Newberry Mysteries

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Murder in the South of France by Susan Kiernan-Lewis1
Murder à la Carte by Susan Kiernan-Lewis2
Murder in Provence by Susan Kiernan-Lewis3
Murder in Paris (The Maggie Newberry Mystery Series) by Susan Kiernan-Lewis4
Murder in Aix: Book 5 in the Maggie Newberry Mysteries (The Maggie Newberry Mystery Series) by Susan Kiernan-Lewis5
Murder in Nice by Susan Kiernan-Lewis6
Murder in the Latin Quarter by Susan Kiernan-Lewis7
Murder in the Abbey (The Maggie Newberry Mysteries) (Volume 8) by Susan Kiernan-Lewis8
Murder in the Bistro (The Maggie Newberry Mysteries) (Volume 9) by Susan Kiernan-Lewis9
Murder in Cannes by Susan Kiernan-Lewis10
The Maggie Newberry Mysteries, Volume 1 by Susan Kiernan-Lewisomnibus 1-3

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