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People/Characters: Fritz

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The Beantown Girls by Jane Healey
Blacksad by Juan Díaz Canales
Castle on the Rhine by Caroline Farr
Catch & Release [2006 film] by Susannah Grant
Count Kostia by Victor Cherbuliez
The Eye of the Moon by Anonymousnot in English Common Knowledge
Fritz the Cat by Robert Crumb
Grace in the Wilderness: After the Liberation 1945-1948 by Aranka Siegal
The Highly Suspicious Halo by Eileen M. Bergera big German Shepherd
Histoire d'une famille de poupées raccontée aux petites filles by Emma Billernot in English Common Knowledge
Känner du Pelle Svanslös by Gösta Knutssonnot in English Common Knowledge
No Game No Life, Volume 5 by Yuu Kamiya
No podía casarme con él by Corín Telladonot in English Common Knowledge
Le notti di luna piena by Tiziano Sclavinot in English Common Knowledge
On the Night of the Seventh Moon by Victoria Holt
Papa Moll auf Fahrradtour by Edith Jonasnot in English Common Knowledge
The Redbreast by Jo Nesbønot in English Common Knowledge
Shazam!: A Celebration of 75 Years by Bill Parker
Split the Party by Drew HayesElven wizard and magic items seller
The Vampire Brat and other tales of Supernatural Law by Batton Lashthere to pick up the Frankenstein's Monster-type creature
Worldwar: Striking the Balance by Harry Turtledove

Character description

1) In the series Swords, Spells & Stealth by Drew Hayes, Fritz is an elven woman and wizard who travels throughout the game world selling very expensive magical devices. She is a good friend of Dejy.

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