Series: Sloane Monroe

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Black Diamond Death by Cheryl Bradshaw1
Murder in Mind by Cheryl Bradshaw2
I Have a Secret by Cheryl Bradshaw3
Stranger in Town by Cheryl Bradshaw4
Bed of Bones by Cheryl Bradshaw5
Flirting with Danger by Cheryl Bradshawnovella
Hush Now Baby by Cheryl Bradshaw6
Dead of Night by Cheryl Bradshawnovella
Gone Daddy Gone by Cheryl Bradshaw7
Deadly Sins: Sloth by Cheryl BradshawSloane Monroe Stories #1
Deadly Sins: Wrath by Cheryl BradshawSloane Monroe Stories #2
Working Girls ... Do It For Thrills (Box Set 6-in-1) by Melissa F. Miller"Black Diamond Death", # 1
The Sloane Monroe Series, Books 1-3 by Cheryl Bradshawomnibus 1-3
Deadly Dozen (Box Set 12-in-1) by Diane Capri"Stranger in Town", # 4
The Sloane Monroe Series, Books 4-5 by Cheryl Bradshawomnibus 4-5
Flight 12: A Sloane Monroe Thriller by Cheryl Bradshaw"Flirting with Danger", # 5.5
Deadly Dozen 2 (Box Set 14-in-1) by Diane Capri"Bed of Bones", # 5
The Sloane Monroe Series, Books 1-6 by Cheryl Bradshawomnibus 1-6

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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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