Series: Wesley Peterson murder mysteries

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The Merchant's House by Kate Ellis1
The Armada Boy by Kate Ellis2
An Unhallowed Grave by Kate Ellis3
The Funeral Boat by Kate Ellis4
The Bone Garden by Kate Ellis5
A Painted Doom by Kate Ellis6
The Skeleton Room by Kate Ellis7
The Plague Maiden by Kate Ellis8
A Cursed Inheritance by Kate Ellis9
The Marriage Hearse by Kate Ellis10
The Shining Skull by Kate Ellis11
The Blood Pit by Kate Ellis12
A Perfect Death by Kate Ellis13
The Flesh Tailor by Kate Ellis14
The Jackal Man by Kate Ellis15
The Cadaver Game by Kate Ellis16
The Shadow Collector (The Wesley Peterson Murder Mysteries) by Kate Ellis17
The Shroud Maker by Kate Ellis18
The Death Season by Kate Ellis19
The Mermaid's Scream (Wesley Peterson) by Kate Ellis21

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