Series: John Francis Cuddy

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Blunt Darts by Jeremiah Healy1
Staked Goat by Jeremiah Healy2
So Like Sleep by Jeremiah Healy3
Swan Dive by Jeremiah Healy4
Yesterday's News by Jeremiah Healy6
Right to Die by Jeremiah Healy7
Shallow Graves by Jeremiah Healy8
Foursome by Jeremiah Healy9
Act of God by Jeremiah Healy10
Rescue by Jeremiah Healy11
Invasion of Privacy (John Francis Cuddy Mystery) by Jeremiah Healy12
The Only Good Lawyer (John Francis Cuddy Mystery) by Jeremiah Healy13
Spiral (John Francis Cuddy Mystery) by Jeremiah Healy14
Cuddy Plus One by Jeremiah Healy15
The Concise Cuddy: A Collection of John Francis Cuddy Stories by Jeremiah F. Healyshort stories

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