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Series: Mrs. Bradley Mysteries

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Speedy Death by Gladys Mitchell1
The Mystery of a Butcher's Shop by Gladys Mitchell2
The Longer Bodies by Gladys Mitchell3
The Saltmarsh Murders by Gladys Mitchell4
Death at the Opera by Gladys Mitchell5
The Devil at Saxon Wall by Gladys Mitchell6
Dead Men's Morris by Gladys Mitchell7
Come Away, Death by Gladys Mitchell8
St. Peter's Finger by Gladys Mitchell9
Printer's Error by Gladys Mitchell10
Brazen Tongue by Gladys Mitchell11
Hangman's Curfew by Gladys Mitchell12
When Last I Died by Gladys Mitchell13
Laurels are Poison by Gladys Mitchell14
The Worsted Viper by Gladys Mitchell15
Sunset Over Soho by Gladys Mitchell16
My Father Sleeps (Mrs. Bradley) by Gladys Mitchell17
The Rising of the Moon by Gladys Mitchell18
Here Comes a Chopper by Gladys Mitchell19
Death and the Maiden by Gladys Mitchell20
The dancing druids by Gladys Mitchell21
Tom Brown's Body by Gladys Mitchell22
Groaning Spinney by Gladys Mitchell23
The Devil's Elbow by Gladys Mitchell24
The Echoing Strangers by Gladys Mitchell25
Merlin's Furlong by Gladys Mitchell26
Faintley Speaking by Gladys Mitchell27
Watson's Choice by Gladys Mitchell28
Twelve Horses and the Hangman's Noose by Gladys Mitchell29
The Twenty-Third Man by Gladys Mitchell30
Spotted Hemlock by Gladys Mitchell31
The Man Who Grew Tomatoes by Gladys Mitchell32
Say It With Flowers (Mrs. Bradley) by Gladys Mitchell33
The Nodding Canaries by Gladys Mitchell34
My Bones Will Keep by Gladys Mitchell35
Adders on the Heath by Gladys Mitchell36
Death of a Delft Blue by Gladys Mitchell37
Pageant of Murder by Gladys Mitchell38
Croaking Raven by Gladys Mitchell39
Skeleton Island by Gladys Mitchell40
Tiefseefalle / Mord Auf Skeleton Island by Desmond Cory40
Three Quick and Five Dead by Gladys Mitchell41
Dance To Your Daddy by Gladys Mitchell42
Gory Dew by Gladys Mitchell43
Lament for Leto by Gladys Mitchell44
A Hearse on May-Day by Gladys Mitchell45
The murder of Busy Lizzie by Gladys Mitchell46
A javelin for Jonah by Gladys Mitchell47
Winking at the Brim by Gladys Mitchell48
Convent on Styx by Gladys Mitchell49
Late, Late in the Evening by Gladys Mitchell50
Noonday and Night by Gladys Mitchell51
Fault in the Structure by Gladys Mitchell52
Wraiths and Changelings by Gladys Mitchell53
Mingled with Venom by Gladys Mitchell54
The mudflats of the dead by Gladys Mitchell55
Nest of Vipers by Gladys Mitchell56
Uncoffin'd Clay by Gladys Mitchell57
The Whispering Knights by Gladys Mitchell58
Lovers, Make Moan by Gladys Mitchell59
The Death-Cap Dancers by Gladys Mitchell60
Here Lies Gloria Mundy by Gladys Mitchell61
Death of a Burrowing Mole by Gladys Mitchell62
Greenstone Griffins by Gladys Mitchell63
Cold, Lone and Still by Gladys Mitchell64
No Winding Sheet by Gladys Mitchell65
The Crozier Pharaohs by Gladys Mitchell66
Sleuth's Alchemy: Cases of Mrs. Bradley and Others by Gladys Mitchellcontains 7 Mrs. Bradley stories

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Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

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What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

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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