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Skip Beat!, Vol. 1 by Yoshiki Nakamura1
Skip Beat!, Vol. 2 by Yoshiki Nakamura2
Skip Beat!, Vol. 3 by Yoshiki Nakamura3
Skip Beat!, Vol. 4 by Yoshiki Nakamura4
Skip Beat!, Vol. 5 by Yoshiki Nakamura5
Skip Beat!, Vol. 6 by Yoshiki Nakamura6
Skip Beat!, Vol. 7 by Yoshiki Nakamura7
Skip Beat!, Vol. 8 by Yoshiki Nakamura8
Skip Beat!, Vol. 9 by Yoshiki Nakamura9
Skip Beat!, Vol. 10 by Yoshiki Nakamura10
Skip Beat!, Vol. 11 by Yoshiki Nakamura11
Skip Beat!, Vol. 12 by Yoshiki Nakamura12
Skip Beat!, Vol. 13 by Yoshiki Nakamura13
Skip Beat!, Vol. 14 by Yoshiki Nakamura14
Skip Beat!, Vol. 15 by Yoshiki Nakamura15
Skip Beat!, Vol. 16 by Yoshiki Nakamura16
Skip Beat!, Vol. 17 by Yoshiki Nakamura17
Skip Beat!, Vol. 18 by Yoshiki Nakamura18

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  3. Hana-Kimi, Vol. 10 by Hisaya Nakajo (1999)
  4. Ouran High School Host Club, Volume 3 by Bisco Hatori (2004)
  5. Otomen, Vol. 2 by Aya Kanno (2007)
  6. Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You, Vol. 2 by Karuho Shiina (2006)
  7. MeruPuri, Volume 2 by Matsuri Hino (2003)
  8. Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 3 by Kyousuke Motomi (2008)
  9. Tenshi Ja Nai!!, Volume 1 by Takako Shigematsu (2003)
  10. Never Give Up!, Vol. 3 by Hiromu Mutou (2000)
  11. Full Moon o Sagashite, Vol. 1 by Arina Tanemura (2002)
  12. Sensual Phrase, Vol. 18 by Mayu Shinjo (2003)
  13. Crimson Hero, Vol. 2 by Mitsuba Takanashi (2003)
  14. Penguin Revolution, Volume 4 by Sakura Tsukuba (2006)
  15. Pearl Pink, Vol. 2 by Meca Tanaka (2003)

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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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