Series: Peter McGarr

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The Death of an Irish Politician by Bartholomew Gill1
McGarr and the Sienese Conspiracy by Bartholomew Gill2
The Death of an Irish Lass (Peter McGarr Mysteries) by Bartholomew Gill3
McGarr at the Dublin Horse Show by Bartholomew Gill4
McGarr and the P.M. of Belgrave Square by Bartholomew Gill5
McGarr and the method of Descartes by Bartholomew Gill6
McGarr and the Method of Descartes by Bartholomew Gill (1984-11-27) by Bartholomew Gill6
McGarr and the Legacy of the Woman Scorned by Bartholomew Gill7
The Death of a Joyce Scholar by Bartholomew Gill8
The Death of Love by Bartholomew Gill9
Death on a Cold, Wild River by Bartholomew Gill10
Death on a Cold, Wild River by Bartholomew Gill (1994-08-01) by Bartholomew Gill10
The Death of an Ardent Bibliophile by Bartholomew Gill11
The Death of an Irish Sea Wolf by Bartholomew Gill12
The Death of an Irish Tinker by Bartholomew Gill13
The Death of an Irish Lover by Bartholomew Gill14
The Death of an Irish Sinner by Bartholomew Gill15
The Death of an Irish Sinner: A Peter McGarr Mystery (Peter McGarr Mysteries) by Bartholomew Gill (2002-03-05) by Bartholomew Gill15
Death in Dublin by Bartholomew Gill16

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  2. Broken Harbor by Tana French (2012)
  3. The Black Seraphim by Michael Gilbert (1983)
  4. The Silver Swan by Benjamin Black (2007)
  5. The Magdalen Martyrs by Ken Bruen (2003)
  6. The Cherry Blossom Corpse by Robert Barnard (1987)
  7. The Wrong Kind of Blood by Declan Hughes (2006)
  8. A Hovering of Vultures by Robert Barnard (1993)
  9. Pictures of Perfection by Reginald Hill (1994)
  10. Booked to Die (Cliff Janeway Novels) by John Dunning (1992)
  11. Haunted Ground by Erin Hart (2003)
  12. Book Case by Stephen Greenleaf (1991)
  13. Blackheath Poisonings by Julian Symons (1978)
  14. Dry Bones that Dream aka Final Account by Peter Robinson (1994)
  15. The Body in the Fjord by Katherine Hall Page (1656)

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