Series: Aventuras en la Tierra Media

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A Spy in Isengard (Middle-Earth Quest) by Terry Amthorlibro 1
Middle-Earth Quest: Treason at Helm's Deep by Tolkienquestlibro 2
The Mines of Moria (Middle Earth Quest, No. 3) by Susan Mathewslibro 3
La búsqueda del palantir. Libro Juego by Milt Creightonlibro 4

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  1. Night of the Nazgul (Tolkien Quest) by John David Ruemmler (1985)
  2. Rescue in Mirkwood (Middle Earth Quest) by John Ruemmler (1986)
  3. Return to Deathwater (Narnia Solo Adventures, No 1) by Curtis Norris (1988)
  4. Crypt of the Vampire by Dave Morris (1984)
  5. Dagorlad and Dead Marshes by Ruth Sochard (1984)
  6. The Sorcerer's Crown by Morris Simon (1986)
  7. The Kingdoms of Terror by Joe Dever (1985)
  8. The Shamutanti Hills (APP) by Steve Jackson (1983)
  9. Quest: Demon Gate (Swordquest) by Bill Fawcett (1986)
  10. Captive Planet by Morris Simon (1984)
  11. The Crown of Kings by Steve Jackson (1985)
  12. White Warlord by Joe Dever (1986)
    Same series: Black Baron (Combat Heroes)
  13. Lords of Middle-Earth, Vol 1: The Immortals - Elves, Maiar, and Valar by Peter C. Fenlon (1985)
  14. Assassin! by Mark Smith (1985)
  15. The War-Torn Kingdom by Dave Morris (1995)

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