Series: Victoria Nelson: Blood

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Blood Price: Victory Nelson Private Investigator: Otherworldly Crimes a Specialty (Victory Nelson) by Tanya Huff1
Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead by Nancy KilpatrickQuid Pro Quo : short story
A Girl's Guide to Guns and Monsters by Martin H. GreenbergNo Matter Where You Go : short story
Shadowed Souls by Jim ButcherIf Wishes Were : short story
Vampire Detectives by Martin H. GreenbergThis Town Ain't Big Enough : short story
The Wild Side (The Wild Side, #1) by Mark L. Van NameSongs Sung Red : short story
Blood Trail by Tanya Huff2
Blood Lines by Tanya Huff3
Blood Pact by Tanya Huff4
Blood Debt by Tanya Huff5
Blood Bank by Tanya Huff6
The Blood Books Volume 1: Blood Price, Blood Trail by Tanya HuffOmnibus 1-2
The Blood Books Volume 2: Blood Lines, Blood Pact by Tanya HuffOmnibus 3-4
The Blood Books Volume 3: Blood Debt, Blood Bank by Tanya HuffOmnibus 5, short stories
The Blood Books - 5 Book Set: Blood Debt/Blood Pact/Blood Lines/Blood Price/Blood Trail by Tanya HuffOmnibus 1-5
This Town Ain't Big Enough by Tanya Huffshort story

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This series is about Victoria Nelson, private investigator.

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