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Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 1 by Kiiro Yumi1
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 2 by Kiiro Yumi2
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 3 by Kiiro Yumi3
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 4 by Kiiro Yumi4
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 5 by Kiiro Yumi5
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 6 by Kiiro Yumi6
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 7 by Kiiro Yumi7
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 8 by Kiiro Yumi8
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 9 by Kiiro Yumi9
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 10 by Kiiro Yumi10
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 11 by Kiiro Yumi11
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 12 by Kiiro Yumi12
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 13 by Kiiro Yumi13
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 14 by Kiiro Yumi14
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 15 by Kiiro Yumi15
図書館戦争 LOVE&WAR 別冊編 1 by Kiiro YumiBessatsu Hen-1
図書館戦争 LOVE&WAR 別冊編 2 by Kiiro YumiBessatsu Hen-2
図書館戦争 LOVE&WAR 別冊編 3 (花とゆめCOMICS) by Kiiro YumiBessatsu Hen-3
図書館戦争 LOVE&WAR 別冊編 4 (花とゆめCOMICS) by Kiiro YumiBessatsu Hen-4
図書館戦争 LOVE&WAR 別冊編 (5) by Kiiro YumiBessatsu Hen-5

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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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