Series: Weisse Tigerin

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Peau de pêche et cravate de soie by Yann2
L'Art du cinquième bonheur by Didier Conrad3
L'Année du Phénix by Didier Conrad5

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  1. La Théorie du Mikado by Didier Conrad (2008)
  2. Corto Maltese: The Secret Rose by Hugo Pratt (1988)
  3. Bronzen pop by Yann (1998)
  4. Peter Pan, tome 1 : Londres by Régis Loisel (1990)
  5. Les formidables aventures de Lapinot, tome 01 : Blacktown by Lewis Trondheim (1995)
  6. La Quête de l'oiseau du temps, tome 1 : La Conque de Ramor by Régis Loisel (1983)
  7. Kapteeni Kuolio ja Kalevankankaan ihmissusi by P. A. Manninen (2009)
  8. Raptors I by Jean Dufaux (1998)
  9. Kaunokainen by François Schuiten (2012)
  10. Au Bord du Grand Rien by Jean-Claude Mézières (2004)
  11. Hong Kong love story by Mark Hendriks (1999)
  12. L'Ordre des Pierres by Pierre Christin (1977)
  13. Le grand mort, Tome 1 : Larmes d'abeille by Regis Loisel (2007)
  14. L'enfant tronc, tome 1 by Alejandro Jodorowsky (1985)
  15. Arzak, Tome 1 : L'arpenteur by Mœbius (2010)

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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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