Series: Country Woman Christmas

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Country woman Christmas
Country Woman Christmas 1996 by Kathy Pohl
Country Woman Christmas 1997 by Kathy Pohl
Country Woman Christmas 1998 (Country Woman) by Kathy Pohl
Country Woman Christmas 1999 by Kathy Pohl
Country Woman Christmas 2000 (Country Woman) by Kathleen Anderson
Country Woman Christmas 2001 by Kathleen Anderson
Country Woman Christmas 2002 (Country Woman) by Kathleen Anderson
Country Woman Christmas 2003 by Country Woman Magazine
Country Woman Christmas 2004 by Kathy Pohl
Country Woman Christmas 2005 by Mary Hanson
Country Woman Christmas 2006 by Michelle Bretl
Country Woman Christmas 2007 by Michelle Bretl
Country Woman Christmas 2008 by Michelle Bretl
Country Woman Christmas 2009 by Catherine Cassidy
Country Woman Christmas 2010 by Taste of Home
Country Woman Christmas 2011 by Michelle Rozumalski

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  2. Gooseberry Patch Christmas 03 by Leisure Arts (2001)
  3. The Best of Martha Stewart Living: Holidays by Martha Stewart Living (1993)
  4. The Spirit of Christmas Cookbook (Volume 4) by Leisure Arts (1997)
  5. Welcome Home for the Holidays (Gooseberry Patch) by Gooseberry Patch (1994)
  6. 365 Ways to Prepare for Christmas by David E. Monn (1993)
  7. The Best of Country Cooking 2002 by Jean Steiner (2002)
  8. Southern Living Our Best Christmas Recipes by Jean Wickstrom Liles (1994)
  9. 2005 Taste of Home Annual Recipes by Jean Steiner (2004)
  10. Gooseberry Patch Coming Home for Christmas Cookbook by Gooseberry Patch (1991)
  11. Pillsbury Family Christmas Cookbook: Celebrate the Season with More Than 150 Recipes, Plus Fun Craft Ideas by Pillsbury Company (1991)
  12. Christmas Cookies by Katherine M. Eakin (1986)
  13. Quilters Christmas Cookbook by Louise Stoltzfus (1996)
  14. The Twelve Days of Christmas Cookbook by Suzanne Huntley (1965)
  15. Family Circle Big Book of Christmas: Book 2 by Family Circle (1999)

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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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