Series: Nameless Dwarf

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Carnifex: A Portent of Blood (Legends of the Nameless Dwarf Book 1) by D. P. Prior1
Geas of the Black Axe (Legends of the Nameless Dwarf) (Volume 2) by D. P. Prior2
Revenge of the Lich (Legends of the Nameless Dwarf Book 3) by D. P. Prior3
Return of the Dwarf Lords: Legends of the Nameless Dwarf, Book 4 by D. P. Prior4
The Ant-Man of Malfen by D. P. Prior5
Nameless Dwarf book 1: A Dwarf With No Name by D. P. Prior5
The Axe of the Dwarf Lords (Chronicles of the Nameless Dwarf) by D. P. Prior6
The Scout and the Serpent (Chronicles of the Nameless Dwarf) by D. P. Prior7
Nameless Dwarf book 4: The Ebon Staff by D. P. Prior8
Bane of the Liche Lord: Chronicles of the Nameless Dwarf, Book 5 by D. P. Prior9

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