Series: World of Darkness Novels

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Pomegranates Full and Fine by Don Bassingthwaiteold
World of Darkness: Strange City by Staley Krauseold
Blood Relations by Doug MurrayVtM
Conspicuous Consumption by Stewart Von AllmenWtA
When Will You Rage? (Garou anthology, 1st edition) by Stewart WieckWtA
Wyrm Wolf by Edo van BelkomWtA
Such Pain (World of Darkness. Mage) by Don BassingthwaiteMtA
Truth Until Paradox by Staley KrauseMtA
Truth Until Paradox 2nd Edtion by Stewart WieckMtA
Beyond the Shroud by Rick HautalaWtO
Caravan of Shadows by Richard ByersWtO
Dark Kingdoms by Richard ByersWtO
Death and Damnation (Wraith anthology) by Staley KrauseWtO
The Ebon Mask by Richard Lee ByersWtO
Sins of the Fathers by Sam ChuppWtO
Court of All Kings (Immortal Eyes 3) by Jackie CassadaCtD
Shadows on the Hill (Immortal Eyes 2) by Jackie CassadaCtD
The Splendour Falls (Changeling anthology) by Erin KellyCtD
The Toybox (Immortal Eyes 1) by Jackie CassadaCtD
Truth Beyond Paradox by Phil BrucatoMtA

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  1. The Road to Hell by Robert Weinberg (1996)
  2. Breathe Deeply by Don Bassingthwaite (1995)
  3. Tower of Babel by John Steele (1995)
  4. Dark Destiny by Edward E. Kramer (1994)
  5. Bloodwar by Robert Weinberg (1995)
  6. The Beast Within by Stewart Wieck (1994)
  7. Shadowlords & Get of Fenris by John H. Steele (2001)
  8. Netherworld by Richard Lee Byers (1995)
  9. The Devil's Advocate by John H. Steele (1997)
  10. Predator & Prey: Vampire by Carl Bowen (2000)
  11. Call to Battle by Doug Murray (1996)
  12. To Speak in Lifeless Tongues by David Wilson (1998)
  13. Clan Lasombra Trilogy: Shards by Bruce Baugh (2002)
  14. Clan Novel: Setite by Kathleen Ryan (1999)
  15. Clan Brujah Trilogy: Slave Ring by Tim Dedopulos (2003)

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