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The Berlin Wall Affair by Troy Conway1
A Hard Act to Follow by Troy Conway2
The Billion Dollar Snatch by Troy Conway3
The Wham! Bam! Thank You, Ma'am Affair by Troy Conway4
It's Getting Harder All the Time by Troy Conway5
Come One, Come All by Troy Conway6
Last Licks by Troy Conway7
Keep it Up, Rod! ( Coxeman # 8 ) by Troy Conway8
The Man-Eater by Troy Conway9
The Best Laid Plans by Troy Conway10
It's What's Up Front That Counts by Troy Conway11
Coxeman 13: Had Any Lately? by Troy Conway12
Whatever Goes Up by Troy Conway13
Good Peace by Troy Conway14
A Good Peace by Troy Conway14
I'd Rather Fight Than Swish by Troy Conway15
Just a Silly Millimeter Longer by Troy Conway16
The Big Broad Jump by Troy Conway17
The Sex Machine by Troy Conway18
The Blow-your-mind Job by Troy Conway19
The Cunning Linguist by Troy Conway20
Will The Real Rod Please Stand Up? by Troy Conway21
All Screwed Up: Coxeman #22 by Troy Conway22
The Master Baiter by Troy Conway23
Turn the Other Sheik by Troy Conway24
It's Not How Long You Make it by Troy Conway25
Son of a Witch by Troy Conway26
The Penetrator by Troy Conway27
A Stiff Proposition by Troy Conway28
The Harder You Try, the Harder it Gets by Troy Conway29
Up and Coming by Troy Conway30
The Cockeyed Cuties by Troy Conway31
I Can't Believe I ate the Whole Thing. Coxeman#29 by Troy Conway32
Eager Beaver by Troy Conway33
A Hard Man is Good to Find by Troy Conway34

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