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There Are No Ghosts in the Soviet Union: A Novella and Five Stories by Reginald Hillshort story
Blood Sympathy by Reginald Hill1
Born Guilty by Reginald Hill2
Killing the Lawyers by Reginald Hill3
Singing the Sadness by Reginald Hill4
The Roar of the Butterflies by Reginald Hill5
Christmas Stalkings by Charlotte MacLeodShort story: 'The Running of the Deer'
The Cancellation by Reginald Hillshort story

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