Series: DCI Henry Christie

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A Time for Justice by Nick Oldham1
Nightmare City by Nick Oldham2
One Dead Witness by Nick Oldham3
The Last Big Job by Nick Oldham4
Backlash by Nick Oldham5
Substantial Threat by Nick Oldham6
Dead Heat by Nick Oldham7
Big City Jacks by Nick Oldham8
Psycho Alley by Nick Oldham9
Critical Threat by Nick Oldham10
Screen Of Death by Nick Oldham11
Crunch Time by Nick Oldham12
The Nothing Job by Nick Oldham13
Seizure by Nick Oldham14
Hidden Witness by Nick Oldham15
Facing Justice by Nick Oldham16
Instinct by Nick Oldham17
Fighting for the Dead by Nick Oldham18
Bad Tidings by Nick Oldham19
Judgement Call by Nick Oldham20
Low Profile by Nick Oldham21
Edge by Nick Oldham22
Unforgiving by Nick Oldham23
Bad Blood by Nick Oldham24

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