Les Martin

Les Martin (born 1934) is an American writer, especially of books for young readers. He has written several books in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles and The X-Files series.

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Vinnie Colaiuta - Discography - Selected Discography
... Duos 2008 Megadeth, Anthology Set the World AFire 2008 Various Artists Les Paul and Friends Tribute to a Legend 2008 Simone Borghi, On Line 2008 River The Joni Letters with Herbie Hancock 2008 Herbie ... Hill, Hits 2007 Bill Medley, Damn Near Righteous 2007 Les Sabler, Sweet Drive 2007 Chris Botti, Italia 2007 Pat Monahan, The Last of Seven 2007 Oz Noy, Fuzzy 2007 Kristina Kovac, U ... The Best of Jann Arden 2001 Barbra Streisand, Christmas Memories 2001 The Martins, Glorify Edify Testify 2001 Kimo Williams, Tracking 2001 SHeDAISY, Whole ...
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02600 Ancienville 02800 ... Andelain 02800 ... Anguilcourt-le-Sart 02320 ... Anizy-le-Ch√Ęteau 02480 ... Annois 02500 ... Any-Martin-Rieux 02360 ... Archon 02130 ... Arcy-Sainte-Restit ...
The X-Files Literature - The X-Files Fiction - Juvenile Series (Middle Grade)
... X Marks the Spot by Les Martin (Pilot) Darkness Falls by Les Martin (Darkness Falls) Tiger, Tiger!, by Les Martin (Fearful Symmetry) Squeeze by Ellen Steiber (Squeeze) Humbug by Les Martin (Humbug) Shapes ...
The X-Files Literature - The X-Files Fiction - Young Adults Series
... Elfman (Our Town) Empathy by Ellen Steiber (Oubliette) Fresh Bones by Les Martin (Fresh Bones) Control by Everett Owens (Pusher) The Host by Les Martin (The Host) Hungry Ghosts by Ellen Steiber (Hell Money) Dark ...

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