Series: The Spider, Master of Men

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The Spider: Secret City of Crime / The Spider and the Pain Master (Master of Men, No 1) by R. T. M. Scott1
The Spider: Dictator of the Damned / The Mill-Town Massacres (Master of Men, No 2) by R. T. M. Scott2
The Spider: Death's Crimson Juggernaut / The Red Death Rain (Master of Men, No 3) by R. T. M. Scott3
Master of Night-Demons by R. T. M. Scott4
The Spider: Judgment of the Damned / Master of the Flaming Horde (Master of Men, No 5) by R. T. M. Scott5
The Spider: Slaves of the Laughing Death / Satan’s Murder Machines (Master of Men, No 6) by R. T. M. Scott6
The Spider: King of the Red Killers / Green Globes of Death (Master of Men, No 7) by R. T. M. Scott7
The Spider: The Devil's Paymaster / Legions of the Accursed (Master of Men, No 8) by R. T. M. Scott8

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Series description

A series published by Carroll & Graf in the early ninties. Each book collects two Spider novels


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