Series: Richard Blade

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The Bronze Axe by Jeffrey Lord1
Jade Warrior by Jeffrey Lord2
Jewel of Tharn (Blade Series #3) by Jeffrey Lord3
Slave of Sarma by Jeffrey Lord4
Liberator of Jedd by Jeffrey Lord5
Monster of the Maze by Jeffrey Lord6
Pearl of Patmos by Jeffrey Lord7
Undying World by Jeffrey Lord8
Kingdom of Royth by Jeffrey Lord9
Ice Dragon by Jeffrey Lord10
Dimension of dream by Jeffrey Lord11
King of Zunga by Jeffrey Lord12
The Golden Steed by Jeffrey Lord13
The temples of Ayocan by Jeffrey Lord14
The Towers of Melnon by Jeffrey Lord15
The Crystal Seas by Jeffrey Lord16
The Mountains of Brega by Jeffrey Lord17
Warlords of Gaikon by Jeffrey Lord18
Looters of Tharn by Jeffrey Lord19
Guardians of the Coral Throne by Jeffrey Lord20
Champion of the Gods by Jeffrey Lord21
The Forests of Gleor by Jeffrey Lord22
Empire of Blood by Jeffrey Lord23
Dragons on Englor by Jeffrey Lord24
The Torian Pearls by Jeffrey Lord25
City of the Living Dead by Jeffrey Lord26
Master of the Hashomi by Jeffrey Lord27
Wizard of Rentoro by Jeffrey Lord28
Treasure of the Stars by Jeffrey Lord29
Dimension of Horror by Jeffrey Lord30
Gladiators of Hapanu by Jeffrey Lord31
Pirates of Gohar (Richard Blade, #32) by Jeffrey Lord32
Killer Plants of Binaark (Richard Blade #33) by Jeffrey Lord33
Ruins of Kaldac by Jeffrey Lord34
The Lords of the Crimson River by Jeffrey Lord35
Return to Kaldak by Jeffrey Lord36
Warriors of Latan by Jeffrey Lord37
Blade No. 49: L'ambassadrice des Khuns by Jeffrey Lord49
Blade Le Sommeil d'Amnesiah by Jeffrey Lord71
La Favorite d'Alderan by Jeffrey Lord100
Blade 161 : L'île de l'oubli by Jeffrey Lord161
Blade 163 : Les trafiquants d'âmes by Jeffrey Lord163
Blade 176 : Les sept mondes de Vakh by Jeffrey Lord176

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Series description

A fantasy pulp novel series published by Pinnacle Books between 1969 and 1984. While the books were released under the pseudonym "Jeffrey Lord," they were actually written by Roland J. Green, Ray Nelson, and Manning Lee Stokes.
The novels were a series of adventures featuring the titular character (MI6A's special agent Richard Blade), who was teleported into a random alternate dimension at the beginning of each novel and forced to rely on his wits and strength. Richard Blade was distinctly British, and all the stories are set in England.


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