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The Moonlit Door: A Contemporary British Village Mystery (Nick Lawrence, #3)
First Sentence: It was an ancient and attractive custom, one enjoyed by music-lovers and the stout-hearted but detested by those who were trying to ge ...more
Dec 2014
Jan 07, 2015
The Enchanter's Forest (Hawkenlye Mysteries, #10)
First Sentence: In the forest the new season was flourishing.

The Abbess Helewise of Hawkenlye for the future of her Abbey. Much of their revenue comes
Jan 2011
Feb 03, 2011
Face Down in the Marrow-Bone Pie (Susanna, Lady Appleton, #1)
First Sentence: Steam rose from the marrow-bone pie until the old man’s sharp beak of a nose wrinkled in delight.

Sir Robert Appleton is off to France
May 2009
Jun 03, 2009
Midnight Come
MIDNIGHT COME (Ama Sleuth-Richard Harrison-Cambridge, UK-Cont) – VG
Anthony, Michael David – 3rd (final) book
HarperCollingPublishers, 1998, UK Hardcove
Sep 2008
Oct 08, 2008
Dark Provenance
DARK PROVENANCE (Trad. Mys-Richard Harrison-England-Cont) – VG
Anthony, Michael David – 2nd in series
St. Martin’s Press, 1994, US Hardcover – ISBN: 000
Jul 2008
Aug 05, 2008
Death of a Chancellor (Lord Francis Powerscourt, #4)
First Sentence: There was just one figure on the deck of the ship at four o'clock in the morning.

The Chancellor of the Cathedral at Compton has been f
Jan 2010
Jan 10, 2010
The Mills of God (Nick Lawrence, #1)
First Sentence: It was, thought Nick, peering through the windscreen of his somewhat battered red Peugeot, a very oddly shaped village.

The Reverend Ni
Apr 2010
May 04, 2010
Novena for Murder (Sister Mary Helen, #1)
O'Marie, Suster Carol Anne - 1st in series

Sister Mary Helen isn't ready for retirement. Instead she's arrived at a San Francis
Apr 1994
Jul 05, 2008
Body Count (Father Koesler, #14)
Kienzle, William X - 14th in series

Father John Keating is murdered, and the man who did it reveals all to Father Koesler under the sa
Apr 1994
Jul 05, 2008
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