Series: Works of James Fenimore Cooper, in 10 volumes

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The Deerslayer / The Pathfinder / The Pioneers by James Fenimore Cooper1
Works of J. Fenimore Cooper Complete in Ten Volumes (Vol. 02: The Last of the Mohicans, The Prairie, The Spy) by James Fenimore Cooper2
The Pilot / The Red Rover / The Two Admirals by James Fenimore Cooper3
Works Vol 4 by James Fenimore Cooper4
Works of J. Fenimore Cooper. Volume Five of 10. The Crater. Miles Willingford. Homeward Bound. by James Fenimore Cooper5
Works of J. Fenimore Cooper, Volume 6 of 10 by J. Fenimore Cooper6
Wyandotte / The Monikins / Jack Tier by James Fenimore Cooper7
Works of J. Fenimore Cooper, Volume 8 of 10 by James Fenimore Cooper8
The Ways of the Hour, Wing and Wing, The Wept of the Wishton-Wish, Precaution by J. Fenimore Cooper9
Works of J. Fenimore Cooper the Headsman, Lionel Lincoln, the Bravo, Heidenmauer Volume 10 by James Fenimore Cooper10
Works of J. Fenimore Cooper by James Fenimore Cooper1-10

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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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