Series: Mitchell and Markby mysteries

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Say it with Poison by Ann Granger1
A Season for Murder by Ann Granger2
Cold in the Earth by Ann Granger3
Murder Among Us by Ann Granger4
Where Old Bones Lie by Ann Granger5
A Fine Place for Death by Ann Granger6
Flowers for His Funeral by Ann Granger7
Candle for a Corpse by Ann Granger8
A Touch of Mortality by Ann Granger9
A Word After Dying by Ann Granger10
Call the Dead Again by Ann Granger11
Beneath These Stones by Ann Granger12
Shades of Murder by Ann Granger13
A Restless Evil by Ann Granger14
That Way Murder Lies by Ann Granger15
Say it with Poison / A Season for Murder / Cold in the Earth / Murder Among Us / Where Old Bones Lie by Ann GrangerOmnibus 1-5

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