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Fiction

  • Delta Green: Alien Intelligence (Tynes Cowan Corp, March 1998), short stories collection, ISBN 1-887797-09-2.
  • Delta Green: Dark Theatres (Armitage House, 1999), short stories collection, ISBN 1-887797-17-3.
  • Delta Green: The Rules of Engagement (Tynes Cowan Corp, 2000), novel by John Tynes, ISBN 1-887797-16-5.
  • Delta Green: Denied to the Enemy (Tynes Cowan Corp., distributed by Impressions, 2003), novel by Dennis Detwiller, ISBN 1-887797-24-6.
  • Delta Green: Denied to the Enemy ebook edition (Arc Dream Publishing, 2011), novel by Dennis Detwiller, ISBN 978-0-9832313-0-1.
  • Delta Green: Through a Glass, Darkly ebook edition (Arc Dream Publishing, 2011), novel by Dennis Detwiller, ISBN 978-0-9832313-6-3.

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