Series: Alain Chevallier

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Alain Chevallier 1.1: De Hel van het Circuit by Christian Denayer1.1
Alain Chevallier 1.3: Cross voor 500 cc by Christian Denayer1.3
Alain Chevallier, tome 2 : La course diabolique by Cap2
Alain Chevallier 2.2: Spel met de Dood by Christian Denayer2.2
Aanslag bij formule 1 by Chr. Denayer2.4
Alain Chevallier 2.5: De Dolende Rijder by Christian Denayer2.5
Alain Chevallier, tome 4 : Les pirates de la route by Christian Denayer4
Alain Chevallier, tome 6 : Le virus de la peur by André-Paul Duchâteau6
Het teken van de indiaan by André-Paul Duchateau7
De plagen van de Farao-rally by Chr. Denayer8
Alain Chevallier, tome 10/3 : Forcing dans la neige by Christian Denayer10
Pole position by Chr. Denayer10
Alain Chevallier, tome 11/4 : Attentat en Formule 1 by André-Paul Duchâteau11
Alain Chevallier, tome 12/5 : Le Français errant by Christian Denayer12
Alain chevallier, tome 15/8 : Fleaux sur le rallye des pharaons by André-Paul Duchâteau15

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