Series: Eifel

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Eifel-Blues: 1. Band der Eifel-Serie by Jacques Berndorf1
Eifel-Gold by Jacques Berndorf2
Eifel-Filz. Der dritte Eifel-Krimi mit Siggi Baumeister: 3. Band der Eifel-Serie by Jacques Berndorf3
Eifel-Schnee: 4. Band der Eifel-Serie by Jacques Berndorf4
Eifel-Feuer by Jacques Berndorf5
Eifel-Rallye. by Jacques Berndorf6
Eifel-Jagd. Der siebte Eifel-Krimi mit Siggi Baumeister: 7. Band der Eifel-Serie by Jacques Berndorf7
Eifel-Sturm: 8. Band der Eifel-Serie by Jacques Berndorf8
Eifel-Müll by Jacques Berndorf9
Eifel-Wasser: Der zehnte Eifel-Krimi mit Siggi Baumeister by Jacques Berndorf10
Eifel-Liebe. Der elfte Eifel-Krimi mit Siggi Baumeister by Jacques Berndorf11
Eifel-Träume by Jacques Berndorf12
Eifel-Kreuz by Jacques Berndorf13
Eifel Krimi Kult Kiste by Jacques Berndorf1, 5, 10, 11 & 12

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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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