Series: Almanacco del Giallo

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Almanacco del Giallo 1995 - Nick Raider: Gli incendiari by Alberto Ongaro1995
Almanacco del Giallo 2005 - Julia: Il mio primo caso by Giancarlo Berardi2005
Almanacco del Giallo 2006 - Julia: Il caso della polvere di stelle by Giancarlo Berardi2006
Almanacco del Giallo 2007 - Julia: Il caso del principe rapito by Giancarlo Berardi2007
Almanacco del Giallo 2008 - Julia: Il caso della carpa e del dragone by Giancarlo Berardi2008
Almanacco del Giallo 2009 - Julia: Il caso della luna nel pozzo by Giancarlo Berardi2009
Almanacco del Giallo 2010 - Julia: Il caso di Magnolia Drive by Giancarlo Berardi2010
Almanacco del Giallo 2011 - Julia: Il caso dei graffiti scomparsi by Giancarlo Berardi2011
Almanacco del Giallo 2012 - Julia: Il caso della tragicommedia by Giancarlo Berardi2012

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