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Series: Petit Morts

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Slings and Arrows (Petit Morts #2) by Josh LanyonBook 2
Moolah and Moonshine by Jordan Castillo PriceBook 3
Other People's Weddings (Petit Morts, #4) by Josh LanyonBook 4
Spanish Fly Guy (Petit Morts) by Jordan Castillo PriceBook 5
Sweets to the Sweet (5-in-1) by Josh Lanyonbooks 1-5
Pretty Ugly by Jordan Castillo PriceBook 6
Sort of Stranger than Fiction by Josh LanyonBook 7
One Less Stiff at the Funeral by Sean KennedyBook 8
Critic's Choice by Josh LanyonBook 9
Wishink Well (Petit Morts) by Jordan Castillo PriceBook 10
Food of the Gods (5-in-1) by Sean Kennedybooks 6-10
Happily Neverafter by Jordan Castillo PriceBook 11
London Eye by Clare LondonBook 12
Spirits and Second Chances by Sean KennedyBook 13
Just Desserts by Josh LanyonBook 14
Loose Change by Sean KennedyBook 15
Media Naranja by Clare LondonBook 16
Immortal Coil by Jordan Castillo PriceBook 17
Sweet Spot: The Petit Mort Stories by Josh Lanyon2,4,7,9,14

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