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Goblin's Return (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Spelljammer Module SJS1) by Bruce NesmithSJS1
The Heart of the Enemy by Rick SwanSJQ1
Wildspace, Sja1 (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Spelljammer Adventure) by Allen VarneySJA1
Skull and Crossbows (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Spelljammer Module SJA2) by Nigel FindleySJA2
Crystal Spheres (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Spelljammer Module SJA3) by Paul J. LafountainSJA3
Under the Dark Fist by Grant S. BoucherSJA4

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  1. Lost Ships by Ed Greenwood (1990)
  2. Rock of Bral by L. Richard Baker (1992)
  3. Adventure Pack I (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying Accessory, I13, 9202) by TSR Staff (1987)
  4. Official RPGA Tournament Handbook (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons module C6) by Daniel Kramarsky (1987)
  5. Vecna Lives! (WGA4) by David "Zeb" Cook (1991)
  6. Slavers by Sean K Reynolds (2000)
  7. Monstrous Compendium: Greyhawk Adventures (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Appendix) by TSR Staff (1990)
  8. Fate of Istus (WG8) by TSR Hobbies (1989)
  9. Tales of the Outer Planes: Module Op1 (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Anthology) by Bruce Heard (1988)
  10. Five Shall Be One (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Greyhawk Module WGS1) by Carl Sargent (1991)
  11. UK7: Dark Clouds Gather by Jim Bambra (1985)
  12. Midnight on Dagger Alley (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Module MV1) by Merle M. Rasmussen (1984)
  13. World of Greyhawk by Gary Gygax (1980)
  14. Gargoyle (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Greyhawk Adventures module WG9) by David Collins (1989)
  15. R3 The Egg of The Phoenix by Frank Mentzer

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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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