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Killer Instinct by Zoë Sharp1
Riot Act by Zoë Sharp2
Hard Knocks by Zoë Sharp3
First Drop by Zoë Sharp4
Road Kill by Zoë Sharp5
Second Shot by Zoë Sharp6
Third Strike by Zoë Sharp7
Fourth Day by Zoë Sharp8
Fifth Victim by Zoë Sharp9
Die Easy by Zoë Sharp10
Absence of Light by Zoë Sharpnovella
Thrilling Thirteen II (Box Set 13-in-1) by Gary Ponzo"Absence of Light" novella
Fox Hunt by Zoë Sharp11
Absence of Light and Other Stories by Zoë Sharpshort stories
Across the Broken Line by Zoë Sharpshort story
A Bridge Too Far by Zoë Sharpshort story
FOX FIVE: a Charlie Fox short story collection by Zoë Sharpshort stories
Off Duty by Zoë Sharpshort story
Postcards From Another Country by Zoë Sharpshort story
Served Cold by Zoë Sharpshort story
Truth and Lies by Zoë Sharpshort story
A TRIPLE SHOT of Charlie Fox by Zoë SharpOmnibus 1-3
ANOTHER ROUND of Charlie Fox by Zoë SharpOmnibus 4-6

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