Series: Geoffry Chadwick

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Sunday's Child by Edward O. Phillips1
Buried on Sunday by Edward O. Phillips2
Sunday Best by Edward O. Phillips3
Working on Sunday by Edward O. Phillips4
A Voyage on Sunday by Edward O. Phillips5

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