Series: Julia Durant

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Jung, blond, tot by Andreas Franz1
Das achte Opfer by Andreas Franz2
Letale Dosis by Andreas Franz3
Der Jäger by Andreas Franz4
Letale Dosis / Der Jäger. Zwei Krimis in einem Band by Andreas Franz3-4
Das Syndikat der Spinne by Andreas Franz5
Kaltes Blut by Andreas Franz6
Das Verlies by Andreas Franz7
Teuflische Versprechen: Ein Julia-Durant-Krimi by Andreas Franz8
Tödliches Lachen: Ein Julia-Durant-Krimi by Andreas Franz9
Das Todeskreuz by Andreas Franz10
Mörderische Tage: Julia Durants schwerster Fall by Andreas Franz11
Todesmelodie: Ein neuer Fall für Julia Durant (Knaur TB) by Andreas Franz12
Tödlicher Absturz: Ein neuer Fall für Julia Durant (Julia Durants Fall (Knaur TB) 13) by Andreas Franz13
Teufelsbande by Andreas Franz14
DIE HYAENE by Andreas Franz15

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