Series: Kimo Kanapa'aka Hawaiian mysteries

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Mahu by Neil S. Plakcy1
Mahu Surfer by Neil S. Plakcy2
Mahu Fire by Neil S. Plakcy3
Mahu Vice by Neil S. Plakcy4
Mahu Men: Mysterious and Erotic Stories by Neil Plakcyshort stories
Mahu Blood by Neil Plakcy5
Zero Break by Neil Plakcy6
Natural Predators by Neil Plakcy7
Accidental Contact and Other Mahu Investigations by Neil Plakcyshort stories
Children of Noah by Neil Plakcy8
Ghost Ship by Neil Plakcy9
Kimo & Mike by Neil Plakcyshort
Macadamia Nuts to You by Neil Plakcyshort

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  14. Closet by R. D. Zimmerman (1995)
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