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The Long Midnight Of Barney Thomson by Douglas Lindsay1
The Cutting Edge of Barney Thomson by Douglas Lindsay2
Barney Thomson and the Face of Death by Douglas Lindsaynovella 2.5
A Prayer for Barney Thomson by Douglas Lindsay3
The King Was in His Counting House by Douglas Lindsay4
The Last Fish Supper by Douglas Lindsay5
The Haunting of Barney Thomson by Douglas Lindsay6
The Final Cut by Douglas Lindsay7
The End of Days by Douglas Lindsaynovella 7.5
Barney Thomson, Zombie Killer by Douglas Lindsaynovella 7.6
The Barbershop Seven: A Barney Thomson omnibus by Douglas Lindsayomnibus 1-7

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