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Series: Reverend Annabelle Dixon

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Death at the Cafe by Alison Golden1
Murder at the Mansion by Alison Golden2
Body in the Woods by Alison Golden3
Grave in the Garage by Alison Golden4
Horror in the Highlands by Alison Golden5

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Series description

Reverend Annabelle Dixon is the charming, slightly gauche, very tall, thirty-something vicar of St. Mary’s Church located in the picturesque village of Upton St. Mary in Cornwall, England.

Recently appointed to her rural church position, Annabelle is beloved by her parishioners for dispensing good advice and godly wisdom with humor and charm while zipping her Mini Cooper around the country lanes.


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