Series: Deep-Sea Adventure

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Deep-Sea Adventure Series: The Sea Hunt by Frances Berres1
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Storm Island by Frances Berres2
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Treasure Under the Sea by Frances Berres3
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Sea Gold by Frances Berres4
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Submarine Rescue by Frances Berres5
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Enemy Agents by Frances Berres6
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Castaways by Frances Berres7
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: The Pearl Divers by Frances Berres8
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Frogmen in Action by Frances Berres9
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Danger Below by Frances Berres10
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Whale Hunt by James C. Coleman11
Deep-Sea Adventure Series: Rocket Divers by James C. Coleman12

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v. 1. The Sea Hunt
v. 2. Storm Island
v. 3. Treasure Under the Sea
v. 4. Sea Gold
v. 5. Submarine Rescue
v. 6. Enemy Agents
v. 7. Castaways
v. 8. The Pearl Divers
v. 9. Frogmen in Action
v. 10. Danger Below
v. 11. Whale Hunt
v. 12. Rocket Divers


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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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