Series: Bakelandt

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De bloedwet by J. Daniel1
Het goud van de consul by J. Daniel2
Bakelandt 3: De gevangene van Wijnendale by Daniël Janssens3
De ijzeren hertog by J. Daniel4
De meester der broeders by Hec Leemans5
Het beest van Gits by J. Daniel6
Het verraad van de repensnijder by J. Daniel7
De hel van de moeren by Hec Leemans8
Bakelandt 9: De schat der teuten by Daniël Janssens9
Met geheime opdracht by J. Daniel10
Bakelandt 11: Het beleg van Nieuwpoort by J. Daniel11
Bakelandt 12: De huilende doder by Daniël Janssens12
Bakelandt 13: De geest van de bokkerijder by J. Daniel13
Op leven en dood by J. Daniel14
Bakelandt 15: De steen der wijzen by Daniël Janssens15
De gouden harp by J. Daniel16
In het spoor van Brown Bess by Hec Leemans17
De prins van Oranje by Hec Leemans18
Bakelandt 19: In naam van de keizer by J. Daniel19
De zwarte griffioen by Hec Leemans21
Het raadsel van Amsterdam by Hec Leemans22
De jongens van Turnhout by Hec Leemans23
Bakelandt 24: De stad der verdoemden by Hec Leemans24
De ring van Napoleon by Hec Leemans25
Het geheim van het gulden vlies by Hec Leemans26
Bakelandt 27: In de greep van Satan by Hec Leemans27
Zita en de sultan by Hec Leemans28
Bakelandt 29: Dossier de Crèvecoeur by Hec Leemans29
Bakelandt 30: De gezant by Hec Leemans30
Bakelandt 31: De lotelingen by Hec Leemans31
De bende van rooie Zita by Hec Leemans32
Bakelandt 33: De geheimagent van Napoleon by Hec Leemans33
Bakelandt 34: Het verraad van Ulm by Hec Leemans34
Bakelandt 35: Avontuur in Albion by Hec Leemans35
Bakelandt 36: De schone en het beest by Hec Leemans36
De zwarte weduwe by Hec Leemans37
Bakelandt 38: De pacificateur by Hec Leemans38
Zita op de planken by Hec Leemans39
Bakelandt 40: Drie vrienden, drie vijanden by Hec Leemans40
De graanoorlog by Hec Leemans41
De doder van Covent Garden by Hec Leemans42
Bakelandt 43: De heks van Croach Patrick by Hec Leemans43
Bakelandt 44: Het rode spoor by Hec Leemans44
Bakelandt 45: Gigha Island by Hec Leemans45
Bakelandt 46: De duivelsmachine by Hec Leemans46
Bakelandt 47: Blanke slavinnen by Hec Leemans47
Het Weense complotalbum 53
Bakelandt 56: Rendez-vous in de hel by Hec Leemans56
De wraak van de grote bende by Hec Leemansalbum 61
Bakelandt 65: De maskers van Venetië by Hec Leemans65
Herr Otto by Hec Leemans81
Het Weense complot by Hec Leemansalbum 92
De bloedhonden van Londen by Hec Leemansalbum 95
Het geheime plan by Hec Leemansalbum 96

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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