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Series: Inspector Sejer Mysteries

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In the Darkness by Karin Fossum1
Don't Look Back by Karin Fossum2
He Who Fears The Wolf by Karin Fossum3
When the Devil Holds the Candle by Karin Fossum4
Calling Out for You by Karin Fossum5
Black Seconds by Karin Fossum6
De moord op Harriet Krohn by Karin Fossum7
The Murder of Harriet Krohn by Karin Fossum7
The Water's Edge by Karin Fossum8
Bad Intentions by Karin Fossum9
The Caller by Karin Fossum10
Evas Auge. Fremde Blicke. by Karin Fossumomnibus 1 & 2

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A series of Norwegian crime novels featuring Oslo detective Inspector Konrad Sejer.

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