Series: Patrick McLanahan

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Flight of the Old Dog by Dale BrownBook 1
Day of the Cheetah by Dale BrownBook 2
Sky Masters by Dale BrownBook 3
Night of the Hawk by Dale BrownBook 4
Shadows of Steel by Dale BrownBook 5
Fatal Terrain by Dale BrownBook 6
The Tin Man by Dale BrownBook 7
Battle Born by Dale BrownBook 8
Warrior Class by Dale BrownBook 9
Wings of Fire by Dale BrownBook 10
Air Battle Force by Dale BrownBook 11
Plan of Attack by Dale BrownBook 12
Strike Force by Dale BrownBook 13
Shadow Command by Dale Brown14
Rogue Forces by Dale Brown15
Executive Intent by Dale Brown16
A Time for Patriots: A Novel by Dale Brown17
Tiger's Claw by Dale BrownBook 18

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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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