Series: Paul Flemming

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Dürers Mätresse by Jan Beinßen1
Pikante Sünden: Paul Flemmings zweiter Fall by Jan Beinßen2
Hausers Bruder: Paul Flemmings dritter Fall by Jan Beinßen3
Die Meisterdiebe von Nürnberg: Paul Flemmings vierter Fall/Kiminalfall by Jan Beinßen4
Herz aus Stahl : Paul Flemmings fünfter Fall ; Kriminalroman by Jan Beinßen5
Das Phantom im Opernhaus by Jan Beinßen6
Die Paten vom Knoblauchsland - Paul Flemmings siebter Fall by Jan Beinßen7
Lokalderby (Paul Flemming, #8) by Jan Beinßen8
Die Sch©Þufele-Verschw©œrung Paul Flemmings neunter Fall ; Kriminalroman by Jan Beinßen9
Sechs auf Kraut: Paul Flemmings zehnter Fall by Jan Beinßen10
Tod im Tiergarten: Paul Flemmings elfter Fall by Jan Beinßen11

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