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Prince of the Red Looters & The City that Dared Not Eat by R. T. M. Scott1
Death's Crimson Juggernaut by R. T. M. Scott2
The Spider and the Fire God / Slaves of the Crime Master (Pulp Doubles #3) by R. T. M. Scott3
Satan's Switchboard / Dragon Lord of the Underworld (Pulp Doubles #4) by R. T. M. Scott4
Builders of the Dark Empire & Satan's Shackles by R. T. M. Scott5
THE SPIDER - Master of Men - Pulp Doubles #6: Slaves of the Burning Blade - and - Emperor of the Yellow Death by R. T. M. Scott6
Spider Pulp Doubles #7: The Gentleman from Hell and The City of Lost Men by R. T. M. Scott7
THE SPIDER - Master of Men - Pulp Doubles #8: Satan's Sightless Legion - and - Wings of the Black Death by Norvell W. Page8
THE SPIDER - Master of Men - Pulp Doubles #9: The Spider Strikes - and - Satan's Workshop- Varient Edition by R. T. M. Scott9
The Spider Strikes & Satan's Workshop by R. T. M. Scott9
THE SPIDER - Master of Men - Pulp Doubles #10: The Corpse Cargo - and - Slaves of the Ring by Norvell W. Page10
Death and the Spider & Scourge of the Yellow Fangs by R. T. M. Scott11
Spider Pulp Doubles #12: Satan's Death Blast and Murder's Legionnaires by R. T. M. Scott12
THE SPIDER - Master of Men - Pulp Doubles #13: The Grey Horde Creeps - and - The Howling Death by Norvell W. Page13
THE SPIDER - Master of Men - Pulp Doubles #14: Slaves of the Murder Syndicate - and - Pirates from Hell by Norvell W. Page14
Girasol Pulp Doubles: The Spider Vol 15: Mayor of Hell and Fangs of the Dragon by R. T. M. Scott15
THE SPIDER - Master of Men - Pulp Doubles #16: Reign of the Death Fiddler - and - City of Whispering Death by Norvell W. Page16
The Spider Double-Novel Pulp Reprints #17: "The Silver Death Rain" & "Hell Rolls on the Highways" by R. T. M. Scott17

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