Series: Neil Hamel

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North of the Border by Judith Van Gieson1
Raptor: A Neil Hamel Mystery by Judith Van Gieson2
The Wolf Path by Judith Van Gieson3
The Other Side of Death by Judith Van Gieson4
The Lies That Bind by Judith Van Gieson5
Parrot Blues by Judith Van Gieson6
Hotshots by Judith Van Gieson7
Ditch Rider by Judith Van Gieson8

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  2. The Stolen Blue by Judith Van Gieson (2000)
  3. The Stolen Gods by Jake Page (1993)
  4. Tularosa by Michael McGarrity (1996)
  5. Zia Summer by Rudolfo Anaya (1995)
  6. Lautrec by Norman Zollinger (1990)
  7. Scavengers by Steven F. Havill (2002)
  8. Bad Medicine by Aimée Thurlo (1997)
  9. The Shaman Laughs by James D. Doss (1995)
  10. Dead Weight: Posadas County Mystery (Posadas County Mysteries (Paperback)) by Steven F. Havill (2000)
  11. The Pumpkin Seed Massacre by Susan Slater (1999)
  12. Deadly Gamble by Connie Shelton (1995)
  13. Ghost Dancer: A Howard Moon Deer Mystery (Howard Moon Deer Mysteries) by Robert Westbrook (1998)
  14. Dangerous Attachments by Sarah Lovett (1995)
  15. Dirty Pool by Steve Brewer (1999)
    Same series: Shaky Ground (Bubba Mabry)

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