Series: Masters and Green

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Nobody's perfect by Douglas Clark1
Death After Evensong by Douglas Clark2
Deadly Pattern by Douglas Clark3
Sweet poison by Douglas Clark4
Sick to Death by Douglas Clark5
Premedicated Murder by Douglas Clark6
Dread and Water by Douglas Clark7
Table D'Hote by Douglas Clark8
The Gimmel Flask (Murder Ink. Mystery) by Douglas Clark9
The Libertines by Douglas Clark10
Heberden's Seat by Douglas Clark11
Poacher's Bag by Douglas Clark12
Golden Rain by Douglas Clark13
Roast Eggs (Perennial Library, P644) by Douglas Clark14
Longest Pleasure by Douglas Clark15
Shelf Life by Douglas Clark16
Doone Walk by Douglas Clark17
Vicious Circle (A Masters and Green Mystery) by Douglas Clark18
The Monday Theory by Douglas Clark19
Bouquet garni by Douglas Clark20
Dead Letter by Douglas Clark21
Jewelled Eye: A Masters and Green Mystery (Perennial mystery library) by Douglas Clark22
Performance (A Masters and Green Mystery) by Douglas Clark23
Storm Center: A Masters and Green Mystery by Douglas Clark24
The Big Grouse by Douglas Clark25
Plain Sailing by Douglas Clark26

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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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