Series: Tramp

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Tramp, tome 1 : Le Piège by Jean-Charles Kraehn1
Tramp: Lost in the Caves Bk.1 by Chris Cooper1
Tramp, tome 2 : Le Bras de fer by Jean-Charles Kraehn2
Tramp: Trapped on the Tracks Bk.2 by Chris Cooper2
Tramp, tome 3 : Le Bateau assassiné by Jean-Charles Kraehn3
Tramp: Running for His Life Bk.3 by Chris Cooper3
Tramp, tome 4 : Pour Hélène by Jean-Charles Kraehn4
Tramp: Facing the Flames Bk.4 by Chris Cooper4
Tramp, tome 5 : La Route de Pointe Noire by Jean-Charles Kraehn5
Tramp: Swept Beneath the Waters Bk. 5 by Chris Cooper5
Tramp, tome 6 : La Piste de Kibangou by Patrick Jusseaume6
Tramp: Racing Against Time Bk. 6 by Christopher P. Cooper6
Tramp, tome 7 : Escale dans le passé by Patrick Jusseaume7
Tramp, Tome 8 : La sale guerre by Jean-Charles Kraehn8
Tramp, Tome 9 : Le trésor du tonkin by Jean-Charles Kraehn9
Tramp - tome 10 - Le Cargo maudit (10) by Jusseaume10

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  10. Largo Winch, tome 8 : L'Heure du tigre by Philippe Francq (1997)
  11. XIII, tome 14 : Secret défense by Jean Van Hamme (2000)
  12. Un océan d'amour by Wilfrid Lupano (2014)
  13. Les Passagers du vent , Tome 1 : La fille sous la dunette by François Bourgeon (1980)
  14. Pin-up, tome 1 by Yann (1994)
  15. Corto Maltese: Under the Sign of Capricorn by Hugo Pratt (1979)

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