Sir Harold

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Harold Shea - The Second Series
... John Maddox Roberts ("Arms and the Enchanter") and Tom Wham ("Harold Shakespeare") are particularly adept at recreating the original formula ... gamebook adventure Prospero's Isle, published by Tor Books in October 1987 (the basis of "Harold Shakespeare"), to which de Camp had contributed an admiring ... Ron Hubbard's "borrowing" of Harold Shea for use in his novel The Case of the Friendly Corpse ...
L. Sprague De Camp Bibliography - Nonfiction - Gedenkschriften
1953) The Virgin of Zesh The Tower of Zanid (1983) Harold Shea (with Fletcher Pratt and others) de Camp/ Pratt canon "The Roaring Trumpet" (1940) "The Mathematics of Magic" (1940) The Castle of Iron (1 ...
L. Sprague De Camp Bibliography - Fantasy - Harold Shea - Later Series
... "Professor Harold and the Trustees" (1992) (Christopher Stasheff) "Sir Harold and the Gnome King" (1990) (L ... Sprague de Camp) "Sir Harold and the Monkey King" (1992) (Christopher Stasheff) "Knight and the Enemy" (1992) (Holly Lisle, from an outline by L ... Murray) "Sir Harold and the Hindu King" (1995) (Christopher Stasheff) "Sir Harold of Zodanga" (1995) (L ...
Harold Shea - Bibliography - The Later Stories
... "Professor Harold and the Trustees" (1992) (Christopher Stasheff) "Sir Harold and the Gnome King" (1990) (L ... Sprague de Camp) "Sir Harold and the Monkey King" (1992) (Christopher Stasheff) "Knight and the Enemy" (1992) (Holly Lisle, from an outline by L ... Murray) "Sir Harold and the Hindu King" (1995) (Christopher Stasheff) "Sir Harold of Zodanga" (1995) (L ...
The Mathematics Of Magic: The Enchanter Stories Of L. Sprague De Camp And Fletcher Pratt - Contents
... Sprague de Camp) "Sir Harold and the Gnome King" (by L ... Sprague de Camp) "Sir Harold of Zodanga" (by L ... the Viagens (1953) The Virgin of Zesh The Tower of Zanid (1983) Harold Shea (with Fletcher Pratt and others) de Camp/ Pratt canon "The Roaring Trumpet" (1940) "The Mathematics of Magic" (1 ...

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