Series: Johannes Cabal

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Johannes Cabal and the Blustery Day [short story] by Jonathan L. Howard short story
Ouroboros Ouzo by Jonathan L. Howardshort story
Exeunt Demon King by Jonathan L. Howard short story
The Ereshkigal Working by Jonathan L. Howard short story
The Death of Me by Jonathan L. Howardshort story
A Long Spoon by Jonathan L. Howardshort story
Johannes Cabal the Necromancer by Jonathan L. Howard1
Johannes Cabal the Detective by Jonathan L. Howard2
Johannes Cabal: The Fear Institute by Jonathan L. Howard3
The Brothers Cabal by Jonathan L. Howard4
The Fall of the House of Cabal by Jonathan L. Howard5

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The adventures of necromancer Johannes Cabal.

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