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Eric Fein

  • 1 stars across 13 books
    Eric Fein is a freelance author of more than 40 fiction and nonfiction books and graphic novels. His books for Capstone include "Impossible Victory: The Battle of Stalingrad", "D-Day: The Battle for Normandy", and "Weapons, Gear, and Uniforms of World War I".
    5th June 2014

    Batman 3 Stories in 1, Volume 1

    This colourful, action-packed chapter book contains 3 great Batman adventures: Arctic Attack, Catwoman's Halloween Heist... More

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    14th March 2013

    The Fisherman and The Genie

    The story of an evil Persian king, who marries a new wife each day and then kills her the next morning. To stop this mur... More

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    20th August 2009

    My Frozen Valentine

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    15th March 2010

    DC Super Heroes: Batman: Pack B of 6

    Batman, The Dark Knight, prowls the shadowy streets of Gotham City with his partner Robin, The boy Wonder, putting fear ... More

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    2nd March 2011

    Catwoman's Halloween Heist

    Batman, the Dark Knight, prowls the shadowy streets of Gotham City with his partner Robin, the Boy Wonder, putting fear ... More

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    21st April 2011

    Maker of Monsters

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    3rd April 2012

    Classic G.I. Joe, Vol. 14

    Classic G.I. Joe Volume 14 continues the newly re-colored run of A Real American Hero with issues #135-145. ... More

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    14th August 2012

    Classic G.I. Joe Volume 15

    The original run of Marvel's G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero comes to a conclusion! Issues #146-155 are collected... More

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