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The Illustrated Guide to Limbo City - Lana Harvey Reapers Inc - cover

The Illustrated Guide to Limbo City - Lana Harvey Reapers Inc

Angela Roquet

Publisher: Angela Roquet

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Author Angela Roquet teams up with illustrator Christi Wells to bring you this visual romp through Limbo City, the ethereal world of the bestselling Lana Harvey, Reapers Inc. series. This series guide includes maps of Eternity and Limbo City, character and business profiles, covers from popular news magazines in Limbo City, a reaper docket and soul file, a chart of the Death Deck's winning hands, and a bonus comic book chapter!

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