Series: Tracers

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Unstoppable [novella] by Laura GriffinSep 2010 - novella 2.5
Deadly Promises (Just Bad Enough/ Leave No Trace/ Unstoppable) by Sherrilyn Kenyonincludes "Unstoppable" - novella 2.5
Unforgivable by Laura GriffinNov 2010 - book 3
A Tracers Trilogy: Untraceable / Unspeakable / Unforgivable by Laura Griffinbooks 1-3
Snapped by Laura GriffinAug 2011 - book 4
Twisted by Laura GriffinMar 2012 - book 5
Scorched by Laura GriffinOct 2012 - book 6
Exposed by Laura GriffinJun 2013 - book 7
Beyond Limits by Laura GriffinJan 2015 - book 8
Shadow Fall by Laura GriffinSep 2015 - book 9
Deep Dark by Laura GriffinMay 2016 - book 10
At Close Range by Laura GriffinJan 2017 - book 11
Touch of Red by Laura GriffinOct 2017 - book 12

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Series description

An elite group of forensic experts who help homicide cops and cold case detectives solve the most unsolvable crimes.

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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