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Subject: Question about Robin Paige's Victorian and/or Edwardian Series'
Date Posted: 9/20/2007 1:31 PM ET
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Hi there,

Does anyone know how many titles there are in Robin Paige's Victorian Mystery series?  I count 10, but I want to make sure I have them all before I start the series.  Any input is appreciated. 

I count:

Death At Bishop's Keep

Death at Gallow's Green

Death at Daisy's Folly

Death at Devil's Bridge

Death at Rottingdean

Death at Whitchapel

Death at Epsom Downs

Death at Dartmoor

Death At Glamis Castle

Death in Hyde Park

 

I also have one Edwardian Mystery, Death at Blenheim Place, but it seems to have the same characters.  Is this a different series?  Or why the change from Victorian to Edwardian Mystery.   I want to read them all in order, so any help you all can offer is great and thank you!

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Date Posted: 9/20/2007 2:12 PM ET
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Stop You're Killing Me lists 12  http://www.stopyourekillingme.com/A_Authors/Albert_Susan-Wittig.html#Paige

not sure where to differentiate the 2 series, or if they even really are 2 seperate series.  Susan Wittig Albert (and her husband) are Robin Paige and this  http://www.mysterypartners.com/Robin/   is to the section of their site for this series.  Hope this helps : )



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Date Posted: 9/20/2007 3:33 PM ET
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You would change from Victorian to Edwardian because Queen Victoria died and King Edward was crowned...those periods are named after who the monarch was at the time. And yes, it's the same series. :)

Cheryl

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Date Posted: 9/20/2007 5:01 PM ET
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Thank you so much Cheryl R, Meghan A, and Charlie (in the mystery forum).  I have them all, save the last one, so I will start reading and order the last one.  I read the first one, liked it so much that I wanted to make sure I had them all, and in order before I jumped in again.  Thanks!

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