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The Novels of Robin Masters

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# Novel Episode(s) Notes
Fruit of Passion Thank Heaven for Little Girls and Big Ones Too (1.4) A desk clerk is seen reading a paperback copy of this book.
The Golden Spike J. "Digger" Doyle (1.17)  
Unnamed Novel J. "Digger" Doyle (1.17) Spy story involving computer chips, Paris, the Soviet Union, and a protagonist named Mark. Passages narrated by Robin Masters (Orson Welles) during the episode.
Tahiti Kill Double Jeopardy (2.19) Also made into a film.
The Seamy Side of Dawn Birdman of Budapest (3.16)  
Golden Tradewinds Two Birds of a Feather (3.20) Featuring "The Legend of the Lost Clipper".
Blood of the August Kitten The Big Blow (3.22)  
Babes in Babylon Squeeze Play (4.7) & The Case of the Red Faced Thespian (4.12) Mentioned as Robin's first work (1961). Also made into a film.
Tales of the Voyeur Little Games (5.12) Book cover only.
Die, and Die Again The Man From Marseilles (5.20) A dark, taut, sad story that involves a character based on Det. Jean Claude Fornier, an acquaintance of Robin Masters. The cover of the book was also seen briefly in Season Eight's "Pleasure Principle".
The Treasure of Kalaniou'u The Treasure of Kalaniopu'u (6.9) Follows the adventures of the fictional pirate Capt. James Dawkins in 1759 Hawaii. To promote the book, Robin Masters' publishers staged a one-million-dollar treasure hunt using clues found in the book.
Serpent's Whisper Novel Connection (7.9)  
Echoes of Ecstasy Novel Connection (7.9)  
Transitions Transitions (8.11) Robin Masters' accountant Bruce Kunkle tried to steal this manuscript, but was caught by Magnum and the gang. Malcolm MacDonald is the hero of the book. He is an important clue that helps Magnum solve the case.

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