Series: Glynis Tryon Historical Mystery

Works (9)

Suffer a Witch [short story] by Miriam Grace Monfredoprequel
Seneca Falls Inheritance by Miriam Grace Monfredo1
North Star Conspiracy by Miriam Grace Monfredo2
Blackwater Spirits by Miriam Grace Monfredo3
Through a Gold Eagle by Miriam Grace Monfredo4
The Stalking Horse by Miriam Grace Monfredo5
Must the Maiden Die by Miriam Grace Monfredo6
Sisters of Cain by Miriam Grace Monfredo7
Brothers of Cain by Miriam Grace Monfredo8

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  1. Children of Cain by Miriam Grace Monfredo (2002)
  2. The Strange Files of Fremont Jones by Dianne Day (1995)
  3. A Wicked Way to Burn by Margaret Miles (1998)
  4. Remedy for Treason by Caroline Roe (1998)
  5. Dead March: A Civil War Mystery by Ann McMillan (1998)
  6. Death at Devil's Bridge by Robin Paige (1998)
  7. Murder at Manassas by Michael Kilian (2000)
  8. Murder on Washington Square by Victoria Thompson (2002)
  9. Fatal as a Fallen Woman by Kathy Lynn Emerson (2005)
  10. Murder at Bertram's Bower (Dell Mystery) by Cynthia Peale (2001)
  11. Pay the Piper by Kate Kingsbury (1996)
  12. Miss Zukas and the Library Murders by Jo Dereske (1994)
  13. The Prioress' Tale by Margaret Frazer (1997)
  14. Defend and Betray by Anne Perry (1992)
  15. Death Comes As Epiphany by Sharan Newman (1993)

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