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Nameless Detective Novels

  1. The Snatch, Random House, (1971)
  2. The Vanished, Random House, (1973)
  3. Undercurrent, Random House, (1973)
  4. Blowback, Random House, (1977)
  5. Twospot, (With Collin Wilcox), Putnam, (1978)
  6. Labyrinth, St. Martin's, (1980)
  7. Hoodwink, St. Martin's, (1981)
  8. Scattershot, St. Martin's, (1982)
  9. Dragonfire, St. Martin's, (1982)
  10. Bindlestiff, St. Martin's, (1983)
  11. Casefile (short stories), St. Martin's, (1983)
  12. Quicksilver, St. Martin's, (1984)
  13. Nightshades, St. Martin's, (1984)
  14. Double (With Marcia Muller), St. Martin's, (1984)
  15. Bones, St. Martin's, (1985)
  16. Deadfall, St. Martin's, (1986)
  17. Shackles, St. Martin's, (1988)
  18. Jackpot, Delacorte, (1990)
  19. Breakdown, Delacorte, (1991)
  20. Quarry, Delacorte, (1992)
  21. Epitaphs, Delacorte, (1992)
  22. Demons, Delacorte, (1993)
  23. Hardcase, Delacorte, (1995)
  24. Spadework (short stories), Crippen & Landru, (1996)
  25. Sentinels, Carroll & Graf, (1996)
  26. Illusions, Carroll & Graf, (1997)
  27. Boobytrap, Carroll & Graf, (1998)
  28. Crazybone, Carroll & Graf, (2000)
  29. Bleeders, Carroll & Graf, (2002)
  30. Spook, Carroll & Graf, (2003)
  31. Scenarios (short stories), Forge Books, (2005)
  32. Nightcrawlers, Forge Books, (2005)
  33. Mourners, Forge Books, (2006)
  34. Savages, Forge Books, (2007)
  35. Fever, Forge Books, (2008)
  36. Schemers, Forge Books, (2009)
  37. Betrayers, Forge Books, (2010)
  38. Camouflage, Forge Books, (2011)
  39. Hellbox, Forge Books, (2012)
  40. Kinsmen, (novella), Cemetery Dance Publications, (2012)
  41. Femme, (novella), Cemetery Dance Publications, (2012)
  42. Nemesis, Forge Books, 2013

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