Series: Soldiers of Barrabas

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The Barrabas Run by Jack Hild1
Plains Of Fire by Jack Hild2
Red Hammer Down by Jack Hild6
River Of Flesh by Jack Hild7
Eye Of The Fire (Sobs, No. 8) by Jack Hild8
Some Choose Hell by Jack Hild9
Vultures Of The Horn by Jack Hild10
Agile Retrieval by Jack Hild11
Jihad (Sob's, No 12) by Jack Hild12
No Sanctuary (Sob's, Soldiers of Barrabas, No 13) by Jack Hild13
Red Vengeance (Sobs, No. 14) by Jack Hild14
Death Deal by Jack Hild15
Firestorm U.S.A. by Jack Hild16
Point Blank by Jack Hild17
Sakhalin Breakout by Jack Hild18
Skyjack by Jack Hild19
Alaska Deception by Jack Hild20
No Safe Place by Jack Hild21
Kremlin Devils (Sobs, No 22) by Jack Hild22
Pacific Payload by Jack Hild23
The Barrabas Creed by Jack Hild24
The Barrabas Raid by Jack Hild25
The Barrabas Edge by Jack Hild26
The Barrabas Fix by Jack Hild27
Barrabas Fallout (Sob's, No 28) by Jack Hild28
The Barrabas Hit by Jack Hild29
Barrabas Heist #30 (Soldiers of Barrabas, No 30)30
Barrabas Fire (Soldiers of Barrabas) by Jack Hild32
Barrabas Kill (Soldiers of Barrabas) by Jack Hild33

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