Series: Mr. and Mrs. North mysteries

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The Norths Meet Murder by Frances Lockridge1
Murder Out of Turn by Frances Lockridge2
A Pinch of Poison by Frances Lockridge3
Death on the Aisle by Frances Lockridge4
Hanged for a Sheep by Frances Lockridge5
Death Takes a Bow by Frances Lockridge6
Killing the Goose by Frances Lockridge7
Payoff for the Banker by Frances Lockridge8
Death of a Tall Man by Frances Lockridge9
Murder Within Murder by Frances Lockridge10
Untidy Murder by Frances Lockridge11
Murder Is Served by Frances Lockridge12
The Dishonest Murderer by Frances Lockridge13
Murder in a Hurry by Frances Lockridge14
Murder Comes First by Richard Lockridge15
Dead as a Dinosaur by Frances Lockridge16
Curtain for a Jester by Frances Lockridge17
Death Has a Small Voice by Frances Lockridge18
A Key To Death by Frances Lockridge19
Death of an Angel by Frances Lockridge20
Voyage into Violence by Frances Lockridge21
The Long Skeleton by Frances Lockridge22
Murder Is Suggested by Frances Lockridge23
The Judge Is Reversed by Frances Lockridge24
Murder Has Its Points by Frances Lockridge25
Murder by the Book by Frances Lockridge26
Murder! Murder!! Murder!!! by Frances Lockridgeomnibus 1-3
A North Quartet by Frances Lockridgeomnibus 22,23,25,26

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Series description

A series of 26 mystery/crime novels featuring the husband-and-wife team of book publishers and amateur sleuths, Pam and Jerry North. The books appeared from the 1940s to the 1960s.

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