Series: The Arcane Society

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Second Sight by Amanda Quick1
White Lies by Jayne Ann Krentz2
Sizzle and Burn by Jayne Ann Krentz3
The Third Circle by Amanda Quick4
Running Hot by Jayne Ann Krentz5
The Perfect Poison (Arcane Society, Book 6) by Amanda Quick6
Fired Up by Jayne Ann Krentz7
Burning Lamp by Amanda Quick8
Midnight Crystal by Jayne Castle9
The Scargill Cove Case Files by Jayne Ann Krentz9.5
In Too Deep by Jayne Ann Krentz10
Quicksilver by Amanda Quick11
Canyons of Night by Jayne Castle12
Amanda Quick CD Collection: Second Sight / The River Knows / The Third Circle [Abridged Audiobook] by Amanda QuickOmnibus 1, 4

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Series description

The Arcane Society reading order, not published order. Amanda Quick's novels are historical, Jayne Ann Krentz's novels are contemporary and Jayne Castle's novels futuristic.


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