Series: Inspector Finch

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Not One of Us by June Thomson1
Death Cap by June Thomson2
The Long Revenge by June Thomson3
Case Closed by June Thomson4
A Question of Identity by June Thomson5
Deadly relations by June Thomson6
Alibi in Time by June Thomson7
Shadow of a Doubt by June Thomson8
To Make a Killing by June Thomson9
Sound Evidence by June Thomson10
A Dying Fall by June Thomson11
The Dark Stream by June Thomson12
No flowers, by request by June Thomson13
Rosemary for Remembrance by June Thomson14
The Spoils of Time by June Thomson15
Past Reckoning by June Thomson16
Foul Play by June Thomson17
Burden of innocence by June Thomson18
The unquiet grave by June Thomson19
Going Home by June Thomson20

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Series description

A series of British crime/mystery novels featuring Inspector Jack Finch (renamed Inspector Rudd in the USA) and Sgt Tom Boyce.

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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