Series: Strange Matter

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No Substitutions (Strange Matter, No 1) by Marty M. Engle1
The Midnight Game by Johnny Ray Barnes, Jr.2
Driven to Death by Marty M. Engle3
A Place to Hide by Marty M. Engle4
The Last One in (Strange Matter, No 5) by Marty M. Engle5
Bad Circuits (Strange Matter) by Marty Engle6
Fly the Unfriendly Skies (Strange Matter) by Marty M. Engle7
Frozen Dinners (Strange Matter) by Johnny Ray Barnes, Jr.8
Deadly Delivery (Strange Matter) by Marty M. Engle9
Knightmare (Strange Matter) by Johnny Ray Barnes, Jr.10
Something Rotten (Strange Matter) by Marty M. Engle11
Dead on Its Tracks (Strange Matter®) by Johnny Ray Barnes12
Toy Trouble by Marty M. Engle13
Plant People (Strange Matter) by Johnny Ray Barnes, Jr.14
Creature Features (Strange Matter, No 15) by Marty M. Engle15
The Weird, Weird West (Strange Matter, No 16) by Johnny Ray Barnes Jr.16
Tune into Terror (Strange Matter) by Marty M. Engle17
The Fairfield Triangle (Strange Matter) by Johnny Ray Barnes, Jr.18
Bigfoot, Big Trouble (Strange Matter) by Marty M. Engle19
Doorway to Doom (Strange Matter ; Vol, 20) by Marty M. Engle20
Under Wraps (Strange Matter) by Marty M. Engle21
Dangerous Waters (Strange Matter) by Johnny Ray Barnes, Jr.22
Second Sighting (Strange Matter) by Marty M. Engle23
Nightcrawlers (Strange Matter) by Johnny Ray Barnes, Jr.24
Splitting Image (Strange Matter) by Marty M. Engle25
The Headless Rider (Strange Matter) by Johnny Ray Barnes, Jr.26
Primeval (Strange Matter) by Marty M. Engle27
Off Worlder (Strange Matter, #28) by Marty M. Engle28
Shadow Chasers (Strange Matter, #29) by Marty M. Engle29
Escape From Planet Earth: (Strange Matter vol.30) by Marty M. Engle30
Strange Forces (Strange Matter) (Bk. 1) by Marty M. EngleStrange Forces 1
Strange Forces 2 (Bk. 2) by Marty M. EngleStrange Forces 2
Strange Forces 3 (Strange Matter) (Bk. 3) by Marty M. EngleStrange Forces 3
The Last Buru (Strange Forces) (Bk. 4) by Marty M. EngleStrange Forces 4

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