Series: Hide and Seek [manga]

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Hide and Seek, Volume 1 by Yaya Sakuragi1
Hide and Seek, Volume 2 by Yaya Sakuragi2
Hide and Seek, Vol. 3 by Yaya Sakuragi3

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  1. Awkward Silence by Hinako Takanaga (2007)
  2. Bond of Dreams, Bond of Love, Volume 1 by Yaya Sakuragi (2008)
  3. Punch Up!, Volume 1 by Shiuko Kano (2012)
  4. Punch Up!, Vol. 3 by Shiuko Kano (2013)
  5. Punch Up!, Vol. 4 by Shiuko Kano (2011)
  6. The Crimson Spell, Volume 1 by Ayano Yamane (2005)
  7. Blue Morning, Volume 1 by Hidaka Shouko (2009)
  8. False Memories, Volume 1 by Isaku Natsume (2012)
  9. The World's Greatest First Love: The Case of Onodera Ritsu, Volume 3 by Shungiku Nakamura (2009)
  10. Honey Darling (Yaoi Manga) by Norikazu Akira (2012)
  11. Love Stage!!, Volume 1 by Eiki Eiki (2011)
  12. Embracing Love (2-in-1), Vol. 1 by Youka Nitta (2013)
  13. Private Teacher!, Volume 1 by Moegi Yuu (2011)
  14. His Favorite, Vol. 1 by Suzuki Tanaka (2008)
  15. Only Serious About You, Volume 1 by Kai Asou (2010)

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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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