Series: Golden Amazon

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The Golden Amazon by John Russell Fearn1
The Golden Amazon Returns by John Russell Fearn2
The Golden Amazon's Triumph by John Russell Fearn3
The Amazon's Diamond Quest by John Russell Fearn4
Amazon Strikes Again by John Russell Fearn5
Twin of the Amazon by John Russell Fearn6
Conquest of the Amazon by John Russell Fearn7
Lord of Atlantis by John Russell Fearn8
Triangle of Power by John Russell Fearn9
The Amethyst City by John Russell Fearn10
Daughter of the Golden Amazon by John Russell Fearn11
Quorne Returns by John Russell Fearn12
The Central Intelligence by John Russell Fearn13
The Cosmic Crusaders by John Russell Fearn14
Parasite Planet by John Russell Fearn15
World Out of Step by John Russell Fearn16
The Shadow People by John Russell Fearn17
Kingpin Planet by John Russell Fearn18
World In Reverse by John Russell Fearn19
Dwellers in Darkness by John Russell Fearn20
World in Duplicate by John Russell Fearn21
Lords of Creation by John Russell Fearn22
Duel With Colossus by John Russell Fearn23
Standstill Planet by John Russell Fearn24
Ghost World by John Russell Fearn25
Earth Divided by John Russell Fearn26

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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