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The Penguin Pool Murder by Stuart Palmer1
Murder on Wheels by Stuart Palmer2
Murder on the Blackboard by Stuart Palmer3
The Puzzle of the Pepper Tree (Hildegarde Withers Mysteries) by Stuart Palmer4
The Puzzle of the Silver Persian by Stuart Palmer5
Puzzle of the Red Stallion by Stuart Palmer6
Puzzle Of The Blue Banderilla by Stuart Palmer7
The Puzzle of the Happy Hooligan by Stuart Palmer8
The Riddles of Hildegarde Withers by Stuart Palmer9
Miss Withers Regrets by Stuart Palmer10
Four Lost Ladies by Stuart Palmer11
The Green Ace by Stuart Palmer12
The Monkey Murder and other Hildegarde Withers stories by Stuart Palmer13
Nipped in the Bud by Stuart Palmer14
Cold Poison by Stuart Palmer15
People vs. Withers & Malone by Stuart Palmer16
Hildegarde Withers Makes the Scene by Stuart Palmer17
Hildegarde Withers: Uncollected Riddles by Stuart Palmer18

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