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Cairo Jim on the trail to Chacha Muchos: an epic tale of rhythm by Geoffrey McSkimming1
Cairo Jim in search of Martenarten: a tale of archaeology, adventure and astonishment by Geoffrey McSkimming2
After the puce empress: a Jocelyn Osgood adventure by Geoffrey McSkimming3
Cairo Jim and the Sunken Sarcophagus of Sekheret by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 4
Jocelyn Osgood and the Xylophones above Zarundi by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 5
Cairo Jim and the Alabastron of Forgotten Gods: A Tale of Disposable Despicableness by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 6
Cairo Jim and the Quest for the Quetzal Queen by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 7
Jocelyn Osgood: ascent into Asgard by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 8
Cairo Jim and the Secret Sepulchre of the Spinx by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 9
Cairo Jim amidst the petticoats of Artemis : a Turkish tale of treachery by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 10
Cairo Jim and the Lagoon of Tidal Magnificence by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 11
Cairo Jim and the tyrannical bauble of Tiberius by Geoffrey McSkimming12
Cairo Jim and the chaos from Crete : a tale of underground uncertainty by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 13
Cairo Jim and the rorting of Rameses' Regalia : an alarming tale of alchemy by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 14
Cairo Jim and Jocelyn Osgood in Bedlam from Bollywood by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 15
Cairo Jim and the sumptuous stash of Silenus by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 16
Cairo Jim at the Crossroads of Orpheus by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 17
Cairo Jim and the astragals of Angkor : a tale of extraordinary entanglement by Geoffrey McSkimmingbook 18
Cairo Jim's Book of Flabbergasting Fragments by Geoffrey McSkimmingcompanion

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