The Julius House : an Aurora Teagarden mystery
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New York : Berkley Publishing Group, 2008, c1995.
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Berkley Prime Crime mass-market ed.
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227 pages ; 17 cm.
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Jordaan Memorial LibraryMyst Fic Har An Aurora Teagarden MysteryOn Shelf
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English
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9780425222034 (pbk.), 0425222039 (pbk.)

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Originally published in 1995 by Scribner.
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"Berkley Prime Crime" -- T.P.
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In Georgia, former librarian Aurora Teagarden is overjoyed when her new husband, rich and handsome Martin Bartell gives her a house as a wedding present. Intrigued, too, as the house once belonged to a family which simply disappeared. But when she tries to satisfy her curiosity with a bit of snooping, she is nearly killed by an ax-wielding attacker. Which sets her to thinking, whom exactly did she marry? By the author of Three Bedrooms, One Corpse.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Harris, C. (20081995). The Julius House: an Aurora Teagarden mystery (Berkley Prime Crime mass-market ed.). Berkley Publishing Group.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Harris, Charlaine. 20081995. The Julius House: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery. New York: Berkley Publishing Group.

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Harris, Charlaine. The Julius House: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery New York: Berkley Publishing Group, 20081995.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Harris, Charlaine. The Julius House: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery Berkley Prime Crime mass-market ed., Berkley Publishing Group, 20081995.

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