Series: Turnham Malpas

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The New Rector by Rebecca Shaw1
Talk of the Village by Rebecca Shaw2
Two Great Novels: The New Rector / Village Gossip by Rebecca ShawOmnibus 1-2
Village Matters by Rebecca Shaw3
Three Great Novels: The New Rector / Talk of the Village / Village Matters by Rebecca ShawOmnibus 1-3
The Village Show by Rebecca Shaw4
Village Matters [and] The Village Show by Rebecca ShawOmnibus 3-4
Village Secrets by Rebecca Shaw5
Scandal in the Village by Rebecca Shaw6
Three Great Novels: The Village Show / Village Secrets / Scandal in the Village by Rebecca ShawOmnibus 4-6
Village Gossip by Rebecca Shaw7
Trouble in the Village by Rebecca Shaw8
A Village Dilemma by Rebecca Shaw9
Three Village Novels: Village Gossip / Trouble in the Village / A Village Dilemma by Rebecca ShawOmnibus 7-9
Intrigue in the Village by Rebecca Shaw10
Whispers in the Village by Rebecca Shaw11
A Village Feud by Rebecca Shaw12
The Village Green Affair by Rebecca Shaw13
The Village Newcomers by Rebecca Shaw14
A Village Deception by Rebecca Shaw15
A Village in Jeopardy by Rebecca Shaw16
Village Fortunes by Rebecca Shaw17
Village Rumours by Rebecca Shaw18

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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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