Series: Marion Duval

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Marion Duval : L'aventure coeur battant by Yvan Pommeaux
Marion Duval et le scarabée bleu by Yvan Pommaux1
Marion Duval, tome 2 : Rapt à l'opéra by Yvan Pommaux2
Marion Duval, Tome 3 : Attaque à Ithaque by Yvan Pommaux3
Marion Duval, tome 4. Un croco dans la Loire by Pommaux4
Marion Duval, numéro 5 : Tempête sur Saint-Roch by Yvan Pommaux5
Marion Duval, Tome 6 : Un train d'enfer by Yvan Pommaux6
Marion Duval, Tome 7 : L'homme aux mouettes by Yvan Pommaux7
Marion Duval, Tome 8 : La vengeance du prince Melcar by Yvan Pommaux8
Pleins feux sur le smilodon by Yvan Pommaux9
Marion Duval, numéro 10 : SOS éléphants by Yvan Pommaux10
Marion Duval, tome 11 : Traque à Montmartre by Yvan Pommaux11
Marion Duval, Tome 13 : Alerte à la Plantaline by Yvan Pommaux13
Marion Duval, Tome 14 : Chantier interdit by Yvan Pommaux14
Marion Duval, Tome 15 : Enquête d'amour by Yvan Pommaux15
Marion Duval, Tome 16 : Photo fatale by Yvan Pommaux16
Marion Duval, Tome 17 : Alerte en classe verte by Yvan Pommaux17

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