Series: Ett fall med Dunder och Brak

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The One-Eyed Bandits : a Hammer and Tongs Adventure by Hans-Eric Hellberg1
Zwei. Band 2, Zwei gehen in die Luft by Hans-Eric Hellberg2
Skuggan som störtade: Ett fall med Dunder & Brak by Hans-Eric Hellberg3
Rädda Paradiset! : [ett fall med Dunder & Brak] by Hans-Eric Hellberg4
Seikkailu maan alla by Hans-Eric Hellberg5
Baklänges : [ett fall med Dunder & Brak] by Hans-Eric Hellberg6
Framlänges : [ett fall med Dunder & Brak] by Hans-Eric Hellberg7
Nedbrottslingarna : [ett fall med Dunder & Brak] by Hans-Eric Hellberg8
Det försvunna fotografiet by Hans-Eric Hellberg9
Stöldvågen by Hans-Eric Hellberg10
Kattastrof by Hans-Eric Hellberg11
Spela en roll by pseud. för Bengt-Åke Cras Carina Fjellström12
Storvinsten by Hans-Eric Hellberg13
Skuggan av Strix by Hans-Eric Hellberg14

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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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