Series: John Grimes Rimworld

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The Rim of Space by A. Bertram Chandler1
Beyond the Galactic Rim by A. Bertram Chandler2
Beyond the Galactic Rim / The Ship From Outside by A. Bertram Chandler2 & 3
The Ship From Outside by A. Bertram Chandler3
The Road to the Rim by A. Bertram Chandler4
To Prime the Pump by A. Bertram Chandler5
The hard way up by A. Bertram Chandler6
The Road to the Rim / The Hard Way Up by A. Bertram Chandler4 & 6
Spartan planet by A. Bertram Chandler7
The Inheritors by A. Bertram Chandler8
The broken cycle by A. Bertram Chandler9
The Big Black Mark by A. Bertram Chandler10
Catch the Star Winds by A. Bertram Chandler11
Into the alternate universe by A. Bertram Chandler12
Contraband From Otherspace by A. Bertram Chandler13
Into the Alternate Universe and Contraband from Otherspace by A. Bertram Chandler12 & 13
The Rim Gods by A. Bertram Chandler14
Alternate Orbits by A. Bertram Chandler15
The Commodore at Sea and Spartan Planet (Commodore John Grimes, Book 5) by A. Bertram Chandler7 & 15
The Gateway To Never by A. Bertram Chandler16
The Inheritors / Gateway to Never by A. Bertram Chandler8 & 16
The Inheritors / The Gateway to Never (Ace Double, 2-n-1) (John Grimes Rimworld #8 & #16) by Chandler A. Bertram Chandler A. Bertram8 & 16
The Dark Dimensions by A. Bertram Chandler17
The Dark Dimensions / The Rim Gods by A. Bertram Chandler14 & 17
The way back by A. Bertram Chandler18
The Door Through Space / Rendezvous on a Lost World (Ace Double) by Marion Zimmer Bradley19
Rendezvous on a Lost World by A. Bertram Chandler19
Star Courier by A. Bertram Chandler20
To Keep the Ship by A. Bertram Chandler21
The Far Traveler by A. Bertram Chandler22
Star Loot by A. Bertram Chandler23
The Anarch Lords by A. Bertram Chandler24
The Deep Reaches of Space by A. Bertram Chandler25
Matilda's Stepchildren by A. Bertram Chandler26
The Wild Ones by A. Bertram Chandler27
The Last Amazon by A. Bertram Chandler28

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