Series: Henri Castang mysteries

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Dressing of Diamond by Nicolas Freeling1
The bugles blowing by Nicolas Freeling2
Sabine by Nicolas Freeling3
The Night Lords by Nicolas Freeling4
Castang's City by Nicolas Freeling5
Wolfnight by Nicolas Freeling6
The Back of the North Wind by Nicolas Freeling7
No Part in Your Death by Nicolas Freeling8
Cold Iron by Nicolas Freeling9
Lady Macbeth by Nicolas Freeling10
Not as Far as Velma by Nicolas Freeling11
Those in Peril by Nicolas Freeling12
The Pretty How Town by Nicolas Freeling13
You Who Know by Nicolas Freeling14
The Seacoast of Bohemia by Nicolas Freeling15
A Dwarf Kingdom by Nicolas Freeling16

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