Series: Garth Ryland Mysteries

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The Last Laugh by John R. Riggs1
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie by John R. Riggs2
Hunting Ground by John R. Riggs4
Haunt Of Nightingale by John R. Riggs5
Wolf in Sheep's Clothing by John R. Riggs6
One Man's Poison by John R. Riggs7
Dead Letter (A Garth Ryland Mystery) by John R. Riggs8
A Dragon Lives Forever (Riggs, John R., Garth Ryland Mystery.) by John R. Riggs9
Cold Hearts and Gentle People (A Garth Ryland Mystery) by John R. Riggs10
Killing Frost: A Garth Ryland Mystery (Riggs, John R., Garth Ryland Mystery.) by John R. Riggs11
Snow on the Roses (A Garth Ryland Mystery) by John R. Riggs12
He Who Waits: A Garth Ryland Mystery by John R. Riggs13
The Lost Scout (Garth Ryland Mystery/John R. Riggs) by John R. Riggs14

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