Series: The Spider

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Death Reign of the Vampire King by R. T. M. ScottBook 1
Master of Night-Demons by R. T. M. Scott
Robot Titans of Gotham by Norvell Page1
The Spider by David Liss
The Spider : Reign of the Vampire King Book Three - Red Harvest by Timothy Truman
The Spider : Reign of the Vampire King Book Two - Legion of Vermin by Timothy Truman
Spider Book One: Blood Dance by Timothy Truman
The Spider Chronicles by John Jakes
The Spider Strikes! by R. T. M. Scott
The Spider Volume 1: Terror of the Zombie Queen by David LissVol. 1: Graphic Novel
The Spider VS. The Empire State: The Complete Black Police Trilogy by Norvell Page
The Spider, Book Three: Blood Mask by Timothy Truman
The Spider, Book Two: Blood Mark by Timothy Truman
The Spider: City of Doom by Norvell Page
The Spider: Reign of the Vampire King, Book One: Wings of the Night by Timothy Truman
The Spider: Robot Titans of Gotham by Norvell Page
The Spider: Slaves of the Laughing Death / Satan’s Murder Machines (Master of Men, No 6) by R. T. M. Scott
The Wheel of Death by R. T. M. Scott
Wings of the Black Death by R. T. M. Scott
Hordes of the Red Butcher by R. T. M. ScottBook 2
The City Destroyer by R. T. M. ScottBook 3
The Spider Volume 3 by David Liss3
City of Flaming Shadows by R. T. M. ScottBook 4
Death and the Spider by R. T. M. ScottBook 4
The Spider 6 by David Liss6
Serpent of Destruction by R. T. M. Scott7
The Spider 7 by David Liss7
The Spider 8 by David Liss8
Satan's Death Blast by R. T. M. Scott009
Corpse Cargo: The Spider Thriller by R. T. M. Scott010
The Spider 10 by David Liss10
The Prince of Evil (The Spider, Vol 3) by R. T. M. Scott011
Spider #11 August 1934 by R. T. M. Scottbook 11
The Spider 11 by David Liss11
The Spider (#12): Reign of the Silver Terror by R. T. M. Scott012
Builders of the Black Empire by R. T. M. Scott013
Overlord of the Damned by R. T. M. Scott025
The Spider, November 1941 by Rogers Terrill1941.11

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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