Series: Black Widowers Mysteries

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Tales of the Black Widowers by Isaac Asimov1
The Acquisitive Chuckle [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.01
Ph as in Phony [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.02
Truth to Tell [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.03
Go, Little Book! [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.04
Early Sunday Morning [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.05
The Obvious Factor [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.06
The Pointing Finger [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.07
Miss What? [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.08
The Lullaby of Broadway [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.09
Yankee Doodle Went To Town [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.10
The Curious Omission [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.11
Out of Sight [short story] by Isaac Asimov1.12
More Tales of the Black Widowers by Isaac Asimov2
When No Man Pursueth [short story] by Isaac Asimov2.01
Quicker Than The Eye by Isaac Asimov2.02
The Three Numbers by Isaac Asimov2.04
Nothing Like Murder by Isaac Asimov2.05
No Smoking by Isaac Asimov2.06
Season's Greetings! by Isaac Asimov2.07
The One and Only East [short story] by Isaac Asimov2.08
Earthset and Evening Star [short story] by Isaac Asimov2.09
Friday The Thirteenth by Isaac Asimov2.10
The Unabridged by Isaac Asimov2.11
The Ultimate Crime [short story] by Isaac Asimov2.12
Casebook of the Black Widowers by Isaac Asimov3
The Cross Of Lorraine by Isaac Asimov3.01
The Family Man by Isaac Asimov3.02
The Sports Page by Isaac Asimov3.03
Second Best by Isaac Asimov3.04
The Missing Item [short story] by Isaac Asimov3.05
The Next Day [short story] by Isaac Asimov3.06
Irrelevance! [short story] by Isaac Asimov3.07
None So Blind by Isaac Asimov3.08
The Backward Look [short story] by Isaac Asimov3.09
What Time Is It? by Isaac Asimov3.10
Middle Name [short story] by Isaac Asimov3.11
To The Barest by Isaac Asimov3.12
Banquets of the Black Widowers by Isaac Asimov4
Sixty Million Trillion Combinations [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.01
The Woman in the Bar [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.02
The Driver [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.03
The Good Samaritan by Isaac Asimov4.04
The Year of the Action [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.05
Can You Prove It? [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.06
The Phoenician Bauble [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.07
A Monday in April [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.08
Neither Brute nor Human [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.09
The Redhead [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.10
The Wrong House [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.11
The Intrusion [short story] by Isaac Asimov4.12
Puzzles of the Black Widowers by Isaac Asimov5
The Fourth Homonym [short story] by Isaac Asimov5.01
Unique Is Where You Find It [short story] by Isaac Asimov5.02
The Lucky Piece by Isaac Asimov5.03
Triple Devil by Isaac Asimov5.04
Where Is He? [short story] by Isaac Asimov5.06
The Old Purse [short story] by Isaac Asimov5.07
The Quiet Place by Isaac Asimov5.08
The Four-leaf Clover by Isaac Asimov5.09
The Alibi [short story] by Isaac Asimov5.11
The Recipe [short story] by Isaac Asimov5.12
The Return of the Black Widowers by Isaac Asimov6
Les Veufs Noirs by Isaac Asimov1-5
Bouquets of the Black Widowers (2) by Isaac Asimove-book only
The Last Story [short story] by Charles Ardai2002

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What isn't a series?

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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