Series: Dave Brandstetter Mysteries

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Fadeout by Joseph Hansen1
Death Claims by Joseph Hansen2
By Joseph Hansen - Troublemaker: A Dave Brandstetter Mystery (1981-09-16) [Paperback] by Joseph Hansen3
Troublemaker by Joseph Hansen3
The Man Everybody Was Afraid Of by Joseph Hansen4
Skinflick by Joseph Hansen5
Gravedigger by Joseph Hansen6
Joseph Hansen Trilogy: Skinflick;Gravedigger;Nightwork by Joseph HansenOmnibus 5-7
Nightwork by Joseph Hansen7
The Little Dog Laughed by Joseph Hansen8
Early Graves by Joseph Hansen9
Obedience by Joseph Hansen10
The Boy Who Was Buried This Morning by Joseph Hansen11
The Boy Who Was Buried This Morning (Plume) by Hansen, Joseph (1991) Paperback by Joseph Hansen11
A Country of Old Men by Joseph Hansen12

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