Series: Cosa Nostra

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Cosa Nostra 05: Murder Inc by David ChauvelSchreiber und Leser
Cosa Nostra I: Die Anfänge by David ChauvelSchreiber und Leser
Cosa Nostra II: Die Spieler by David ChauvelSchreiber und Leser
Cosa Nostra III: Die fetten Jahre by David ChauvelSchreiber und Leser
Cosa Nostra VI: Die Rivalen by David ChauvelSchreiber und Leser
Cosa Nostra, Tome 1 : Scicilia bella by Clarketome 1
Mano Nera by David Chauvel1
De dood van Herman Rosenthal by David Chauvel2
Hampton Farms by David Chauvel3
Cosa Nostra IV: Die Hetzjagd by David Chauvel4
Cosa Nostra, 05: Het Winnende Lot by David Chauvel5
Ce qui est à nous - Deuxième époque, tome 1 : The Big Seven by David Chauvel06
Huguenot Beach by David Chauvel07
Cosa Nostra, 08: Oyster Bay by David Chauvel08
Cosa Nostra, 09: Onder het matras by David Chauvel09
Cosa Nostra, 10: Capo di tutti capi by David Chauvel10
Cosa Nostra, 11: De waanzin van Dutch 1/2 by David Chauvel11
Cosa Nostra, 12: De waanzin van Dutch 2/2 by David Chauvel12
Cosa Nostra, 13: Murder Inc (1/2) by David Chauvel13

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