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Moukanpeli : jännitysromaani by Reijo Mäki1
Satakieli lauloi yöllä : jännitysromaani by Reijo Mäki2
Marraskuu on musta hauta by Reijo Mäki3
Sukkanauhakäärme by Reijo Mäki4
Jäätynyt enkeli by Reijo Mäki5
Kuoleman kapellimestari by Reijo Mäki6
Vares ja kaidan tien kulkijat by Reijo Mäki7
Enkelit kanssasi by Reijo Mäki8
Pimeyden tango by Reijo Mäki9
Pahan suudelma by Reijo Mäki10
Keltainen leski by Reijo Mäki11
Mullan maku by Reijo Mäki12
Kolmastoista yö by Reijo Mäki13
Black Jack by Reijo Mäki14
Huhtikuun tytöt by Reijo Mäki15
Nuoruustango by Reijo Mäki16
Hard luck cafe : rikosromaani by Reijo Mäki17
Uhkapelimerkki by Reijo Mäki18
Lännen mies by Reijo Mäki19
Valkovenäläinen by Reijo Mäki20
Kolmijalkainen mies by Reijo Mäki21
Mustasiipi by Reijo Mäki22
Sheriffi by Reijo Mäki23
Intiaani by Reijo Mäki24

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