Using linkedissues in advanced query

I want a query where I can list the issues from one project and all linked issues from another project. For example I have issue from PROJECT A linked to PROJECT B. In the result I want to see list of issues from PROJECT A and linked issues to PROJECT B. I wanted to use linkedissue in the query, but it does not support wildcard. I have query written - project = A AND issuetype = "User Story" AND issue in linkedIssues(B-1). When I run this query I have 1 record , issue from project A linked to B-1. I want all the linked issues -

For example

A- 1 TEST SUMMARY links to B-1

A-2 Test summary links to B- 1

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