Series: Rebecca Robbins

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Skating Around the Law by Joelle Charbonneau1
Skating Over the Line by Joelle Charbonneau2
Skating on the Edge by Joelle Charbonneau3
Skating Under the Wire by Joelle Charbonneau4

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  1. Murder for Choir by Joelle Charbonneau (2012)
  2. The Cat Sitter's Cradle: A Dixie Hemingway Mystery (Dixie Hemingway Mysteries) by John Clement (2013)
  3. Physical Education by Maggie Barbieri (2011)
  4. Lethal Treasure by Jane K. Cleland (2013)
  5. Maid of Murder (Five Star Mystery Series) by Amanda Flower (2010)
  6. Mama Rides Shotgun by Deborah Sharp (2009)
  7. The Cold Light of Mourning by Elizabeth J. Duncan (2009)
  8. Murder of a Creped Suzette by Denise Swanson (2011)
  9. Moving is Murder by Sara Rosett (2006)
  10. The Hen of the Baskervilles by Donna Andrews (2013)
  11. Bagpipes, Brides, and Homicides by Kaitlyn Dunnett (2012)
  12. Buffalo West Wing by Julie Hyzy (2011)
  13. Rest Ye Murdered Gentlemen by Vicki Delany (2015)
  14. Evil Éclairs by Jessica Beck (2011)
  15. Secondhand Stiff by Sue Ann Jaffarian (2013)

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