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    Hello all,

    I am new to this site, but definitely not new to Rams forum. I remember Averger and crew from gateway gridiron when they used to abuse me for my grammer and spelling... anyway I was trying to catch up on the spiral horn books but when I click on links most books have nothing there. What is the easiest link to get to all the books so I can read from beginning. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Spiral Horn Books ?

    Some are still there, while some may have been lost (though I've seen a few floating around - try a Google search).

    I've retired from writing the books, and the current version is being written by RamsFanSam.


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