Series: Amos Walker

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Motor City Blue by Loren D. Estleman1
Angel Eyes by Loren D. Estleman2
The Midnight Man by Loren D. Estleman3
The Glass Highway by Loren D. Estleman4
Sugartown by Loren D. Estleman5
Every Brilliant Eye by Loren D. Estleman6
Lady Yesterday by Loren D. Estleman7
General Murders by Loren D. Estleman7.5
Downriver by Loren D. Estleman8
Silent Thunder by Loren D. Estleman9
Sweet Women Lie by Loren D. Estleman10
Never Street by Loren D. Estleman11
The Witch Finder by Loren D. Estleman12
The Hours of the Virgin by Loren D. Estleman13
A Smile on the Face of the Tiger by Loren D. Estleman14
Sinister Heights by Loren D. Estleman15
Poison Blonde by Loren D. Estleman16
Retro by Loren D. Estleman17
Nicotine Kiss by Loren D. Estleman18
Nicotine Kiss / White Desert by Loren D. Estleman18
American Detective by Loren D. Estleman19
The Left-Handed Dollar by Loren D. Estleman20
Infernal Angels by Loren D. Estleman21
Amos Walker's Detroit by Loren D. EstlemanRelated
Amos Walker: The Complete Story Collection by Loren D. EstlemanShort story collection

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