Series: Posie Parker Mysteries

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Murder Offstage: A Posie Parker Mystery (The Posie Parker Mystery Series Book 1) by L.B. Hathaway1
The Tomb of the Honey Bee: A Posie Parker Mystery (The Posie Parker Mystery Series) (Volume 2) by L.B. Hathaway2

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  5. Murder at Maypole Manor: A Posie Parker Mystery (The Posie Parker Mystery Series) (Volume 3) by L.B. Hathaway (2016)
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