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The Judas Pair by Jonathan Gash1
Gold from Gemini = Gold by Gemini by Jonathan Gashbook 2
The Grail Tree by Jonathan Gashbook 3
Spend Game by Jonathan Gashbook 4
The Vatican Rip by Jonathan Gashbook 5
Firefly Gadroon by Jonathan Gashbook 6
The Sleepers of Erin by Jonathan Gashbook 7
The Gondola Scam by Jonathan Gashbook 8
Pearlhanger by Jonathan Gashbook 9
The Tartan Sell by Jonathan Gashbook 10
Moonspender by Jonathan Gashbook 11
Jade Woman by Jonathan Gashbook 12
The Very Last Gambado by Jonathan Gashbook 13
The Great California Game by Jonathan Gashbook 14
The Lies of Fair Ladies by Jonathan Gashbook 15
Paid and Loving Eyes by Jonathan Gashbook 16
The Sin Within Her Smile by Jonathan Gashbook 17
The Grace in Older Women by Jonathan Gashbook 18
The Possessions of a Lady by Jonathan Gashbook 19
The Rich and the Profane by Jonathan Gashbook 20
A Rag, a Bone, and a Hank of Hair: A Lovejoy Mystery by Jonathan Gashbook 21
Every Last Cent by Jonathan Gashbook 22
The Ten Word Game by Jonathan Gashbook 23
Faces in the Pool by Jonathan Gashbook 24
The Judas Pair / Gold from Gemini / The Grail Tree by Jonathan GashOmnibus 1-3
Spend Game / The Vatican Rip / The Tartan Ringers by Jonathan GashOmnibus 4-5 & 10
Firefly Gadroon / The Sleepers of Erin / The Gondola Scam by Jonathan GashOmnibus 6-8
The Great California Game / The Lies of Fair Ladies / Paid and Loving Eyes by Jonathan GashOmnibus 14-16
Lovejoy: Series 5 by Baz TaylorTV series season 5

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