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De carnavalsmoord by Martin Mons1
Kralen by Martin Mons2
Inspecteur Perquin en de moord op Derk Alland by Martin Mons3
Moord in de Apollokliniek by Martin Mons4
Koffie verkeerd by Martin Mons5
En toen gilde de fluitketel by Martin Mons6
Het huis met de poppen by Martin Mons7
De zaak Daubanton by Martin Mons8
Bij ons gebeurt immers nooit iets by Martin Mons9
Het kleine vrouwtje in het grijs by Martin Mons10
Inspecteur Perquin en de moorden zonder motief by Martin Mons11
Frederik Dingemans vraagt bescherming by Martin Mons12
Dood onder verdachte omstandigheden by Martin Mons13
Inspecteur Perquin en de dode directeur by Martin Mons14
Inspecteur Perquin en de verdwenen psychiater by Martin Mons15
De verborgen dood by Martin Mons16
Maar niemand gelooft mij by Martin Mons17
De terugkeer van de verloren zoon by Martin Mons18
Moord in de moskee by Martin Mons19
Perquin maakt fouten! by Martin Mons20
De nerveuze moordenaar by Martin Mons21
De verdwenen Da Vinci by Martin Mons22
Mijn zoon Gerrit by Martin Mons23
Honderd procent zekerheid by Martin Mons24
Stuivertje wisselen by Martin Mons25

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