Series: Jesse Ashworth

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A Midcoast Murder: A Jesse Ashworth Mystery by Stephen E. Stanley1
Murder in the Choir Room by Stephen E. Stanley2
The Big Boys' Detective Agency: A Jesse Ashworth Mystery by Stephen E. Stanley3
Murder on Mt. Royal (A Jesse Ashworth Mystery Book 4) by Stephen E. Stanley4
Dead Santa! by Stephen E. Stanley5
Cruising for Murder: A Jesse Ashworth Mystery by Stephen E. Stanley6
Trailer Trash by Stephen E. Stanley7
Missing! by Stephen E. Stanley8

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