Series: La Guerre des Sambre - Hugo et Iris

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La guerre des Sambre, Tome 1 : Hugo & Iris : Printemps 1830, le mariage d'Hugo by Yslaire1
La guerre des Sambre, Tome 2 : Hugo & Iris : Automne 1830, la passion selon Iris by Yslaire2
La guerre des Sambre, Tome 3 : Hugo & Iris : Hiver 1831, La lune qui regarde by Yslaire3

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  1. La guerre des Sambre, Tome 1 : Werner & Charlotte : L'éternité de Saintange by Yslaire (2010)
  2. XXe ciel.com. 1, Mémoires98 by Yslaire (2000)
  3. Legende 3: De grote klopjacht by Yves Swolfs (2006)
  4. Le ciel au-dessus de Bruxelles, Tome 2 : ...(Après) by Bernar Yslaire (2007)
  5. Murena - tome 9 - Les épines by Jean Dufaux (2013)
  6. Het grote belang der kleine akkoorden by Luc Lefevre (1991)
  7. La Vengeance du Comte Skarbek, tome 1 : Les Deux mains d'Or by Yves Sente (2004)
  8. Légende, tome 1 : L'Enfant loup by Yves Swolfs (2003)
  9. De Guinea Lord by Jean Dufaux (2008)
  10. Kyle of Klanach by Jean Dufaux (1998)
  11. La vengeance du comte Skarbek, Tome 2 : Un coeur de bronze : Second chapitre by Yves Sente (2005)
  12. Lune de guerre by Hermann (2000)
  13. Blacksad: Somewhere Within the Shadows by Juan Díaz Canales (2000)
  14. XIII Mystery - tome 2 - Irina by Eric Corbeyran (2009)
  15. Mattéo - Première période - 1914-1915 by Jean-Pierre Gibrat (2008)

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