Series: Iron Druid Chronicles
|The Chapel Perilous by Kevin Hearne||short story 0.1|
|Unfettered: Tales by Masters of Fantasy by Shawn Speakman||short story "The Chapel Perilous", 0.1|
|Grimoire of the Lamb by Kevin Hearne||short story 0.2|
|Clan Rathskeller by Kevin Hearne||short story 0.3|
|Kaibab Unbound by Kevin Hearne||short story 0.6|
|Hounded by Kevin Hearne||1|
|Hexed by Kevin Hearne||2|
|Hammered by Kevin Hearne||3|
|A Test of Mettle by Kevin Hearne||short story 3.1|
|Tricked by Kevin Hearne||4|
|A Fantasy Medley 3 by Yanni Kuznia||short story "Goddess at the Crossroads" 4.2|
|Two Ravens and One Crow by Kevin Hearne||short story 4.3|
|Carniepunk by Rachel Caine||short story "The Demon Barker Of Wheat Street ", 4.4|
|The Demon Barker of Wheat Street by Kevin Hearne||short story 4.4|
|Trapped by Kevin Hearne||5|
|Hunted by Kevin Hearne||6|
|Shattered by Kevin Hearne||7|
|Three Slices by Kevin Hearne||includes novella 7.1|
|Staked by Kevin Hearne||8|
|Oberon's Meaty Mysteries: The Purloined Poodle by Kevin Hearne||novella 8.3|
|Oberon's Meaty Mysteries: The Squirrel on the Train by Kevin Hearne||novella 8.6|
|Urban Enemies by Jim Butcher||short story "The Naughtiest Cherub", 8.7|
|Beseiged by Kevin Hearne||short story collection - 4.1, 4.2, 4.4, 4.5, 8.1, 8.2, 8.4, 8.5, 8.8|
|Scourged by Kevin Hearne||9|
|Two Tales of the Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne||short stories 0.6 and 3.1|
|Hounded | Hexed | Hammered by Kevin Hearne||Omnibus 1-3|
|The Shield of Gaia by Kevin Hearne||Omnibus 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 3.1, 4.3, 4.4|
|The Iron Druid Chronicles, Books 1-6 by Kevin Hearne||Omnibus 1-6|
|The Iron Druid Chronicles, Books 1-7 by Kevin Hearne||Omnibus 1-7|
|Iron Druid Chronicles: Hounded / Hexed / Tricked / Trapped / Hunted / Shattered / Staked by Kevin Hearne||Omnibus 1-2, 4-8|
|Oberon's Meaty Mysteries: The Purloined Poodle & The Squirrel on the Train by Kevin Hearne||novellas 8.3, 8.6|
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