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Series: Rough Guide Miniguides

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The Mini Rough Guide to Antigua & Barbuda by Adam Vaitilingam
The Mini Rough Guide to Bangkok by Paul Gray
The Mini Rough Guide to Boston by David Fagundes
The Mini Rough Guide to Bruges and Ghent by Phil Lee
The Mini Rough Guide to Brussels by Phil Lee
The Mini Rough Guide to Cape Town by Barbara McCrea
The Mini Rough Guide to Corfu by John Gill
The Mini Rough Guide to Dublin by Mark Connolly
The Mini Rough Guide to Edinburgh by Donald Reid
The Mini Rough Guide to Florence by Tim Jepson
The Mini Rough Guide to Honolulu by Greg Ward
The Mini Rough Guide to Ibiza & Formentera by Iain Stewart
The Mini Rough Guide to Jerusalem by Daniel Jacobs
The Mini Rough Guide to Lisbon by Matthew Hancock
The Mini Rough Guide to London by Rob Humphreys
The Mini Rough Guide to London Restaurants by Charles Campion
The Mini Rough Guide to Madeira by Matthew Hancock
The Mini Rough Guide to Madrid by Simon Baskett
The Mini Rough Guide to Malta & Gozo by Victor Paul Borg
The Mini Rough Guide to Maui by Greg Ward
The Mini Rough Guide to Melbourne by Stephen Townsend
The Mini Rough Guide to Menorca by Phil Lee
The Mini Rough Guide to Miami & the Florida Keys by Loretta Chilcoat
The Mini Rough Guide to New York City by Martin Dunford
The Mini Rough Guide to New York City Restaurants by Rough Guides
The Mini Rough Guide to Paris by Ruth Blackmore
The Mini Rough Guide to Rome by Martin Dunford
The Mini Rough Guide to San Francisco Restaurants by Rough Guides
The Mini Rough Guide to Seattle by Richie Unterberger
The Mini Rough Guide to Singapore by Mark Lewis
The Mini Rough Guide to Southeast Asia by Rough Guides
The Mini Rough Guide to St. Lucia by Karl Lunita
The Mini Rough Guide to Sydney by Margo Daly
The Mini Rough Guide to Tenerife & La Gomera by Christian Williams
The Mini Rough Guide to the Grand Canyon by Greg Ward
The Mini Rough Guide to Toronto by Rough Guides
The Mini Rough Guide to Wales by Rough Guides

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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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