Series: Skip Langdon novels

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New Orleans Mourning by Julie Smith1
The Axeman's Jazz by Julie Smith2
Jazz Funeral by Julie Smith3
New Orleans Beat by Julie Smith4
House of Blues by Julie Smith5
The Kindness of Strangers by Julie Smith6
Crescent City Kill by Julie Smith7
82 Desire by Julie Smith8
Mean Woman Blues by Julie Smith9
Skip Langdon Mysteries (Vol 1-3) by Julie Smith1-3

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  1. Louisiana Hotshot by Julie Smith (2001)
  2. Death Turns a Trick by Julie Smith (1982)
  3. First Kill All the Lawyers by Sarah Shankman (1988)
  4. One Coffee With by Margaret Maron (1981)
  5. Till the Butchers Cut Him Down by Marcia Muller (1994)
  6. Crooked Man by Tony Dunbar (1994)
  7. Uncommon Clay by Margaret Maron (2001)
  8. Louisiana Fever: An Andy Broussard/Kit Franklin Mystery (Andy Broussard/Kit Franklyn Mysteries) by D. J. Donaldson (1996)
  9. A Trouble of Fools by Linda Barnes (1987)
  10. The Tin Roof Blowdown by James Lee Burke (2000)
  11. Copy Kat by Karen Kijewski (1992)
    Same series: Katwalk (Kat Colorado)
  12. Time Expired by Susan Dunlap (1993)
    Same series: As a favor (Jill Smith)
  13. Absolution by Susan Fleet (2012)
    Same series: Diva (Frank Renzi)
  14. Missing Susan by Sharyn McCrumb (1991)
  15. Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead by Sara Gran (2011)

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