Series: Peter Wake

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At the Edge of Honor (The Honor Series) by Robert N. Macomber1
Point of Honor: The Continuing Exploits Of Lt. Peter Wake, United States Navy (Honor) by Robert N. Macomber2
Honorable Mention by Robert N. Macomber3
A Dishonorable Few (The Honor Series) by Robert N. Macomber4
An Affair of Honor by Robert N. Macomber5
A Different Kind of Honor by Robert N. Macomber6
The Honored Dead by Robert N. Macomber7
The Darkest Shade of Honor: A Novel of Cmdr. Peter Wake, U.S.N. (The Honor Series) by Robert N. Macomber8
Honor bound : a novel of Cmdr. Peter Wake, U.S.N. by Robert N. Macomber9
Honorable Lies by Robert N. Macomber10
Honors Rendered by Robert N. Macomber11
The Assassin's Honor (Honor Series) by Robert N. Macomber12

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