Series: Sudden

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The Range Robbers by Oliver Strangepub. 1930
The Law 'o the Lariat by Oliver Strangepub. 1931
Lawless by Oliver Strangepub. 1933.10
Outlaw Breed by Oliver StrangeThe americanized title of 'Sudden' - pub. 1933.25
Outlawed by Oliver Strangepub. 1935
Goldseeker by Oliver Strangepub. 1937
Sudden Rides Again by Oliver Strangepub. 1938
Sudden Takes the Trail by Oliver Strangepub. 1940
Sudden Takes Charge by Oliver StrangeAmericanized title? of 'Sudden Takes the Trail' - pub. 1940.5
Sudden Makes War by Oliver Strangepub. 1942
Sudden Plays a Hand by Oliver Strangepub. 1950
Sudden Strikes Back by Frederick H. Christianpub. 1966
Troubleshooter by Frederick H. Christianpub. 1967
Sudden at Bay by Frederick H. Christianpub. 1968
Sudden : Apache Fighter by Frederick H. Christianpub. 1969
Dead or Alive! by Frederick H. Christianpub. 1970

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