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Works under MDS 917.9313
- DK Eyewitness Travel : Top 10 : Las Vegas by DK Publishing
- The Last Honest Place in America: Paradise and Perdition in the New Las Vegas (Nation Books) by Marc Cooper
- Compass American Guides: Las Vegas by Deke Castleman
- Hiking Las Vegas: 60 Hikes Within 60 Minutes of the Strip by Branch Whitney
- Las Vegas Little Black Book: A Guy's Guide to the Perfect Vegas Getaway by David DeMontmollin
- Out from Las Vegas by Florine Lawlor
- Access Las Vegas by Richard Saul Wurman
- Weird Las Vegas and Nevada: Your Alternative Travel Guide to Sin City and the Silver State by Joe Oesterle
- Las Vegas: A Photographic Tour by Carol Highsmith
- Fodor's Las Vegas, Reno, Tahoe by Fodor's
- Lonely Planet Discover Las Vegas (Travel Guide) by Lonely Planet
- On the Boulevard--The Best of John L. Smith by John L. Smith
- Lonely Planet Discover Las Vegas by Bridget Gleeson
- Insiders' Guide to Las Vegas, 6th: Including North Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City (Insiders' Guide Series) by David Stratton
- Las Vegas Guide (Passport Press travel series) by Ed Kranmar
- Complete Idiot's Guide to Las Vegas by Garman
- Chronicles of Old Las Vegas: Exposing Sin City's High-Stakes History (Chronicles Series) by James Roman
- Vegas Confidential: Norm! Sin City's Ace Insider 1,000 Naked Truths, Hot Spots, & Cool Stuff (Las Vegas Review-Journal Book) by Norm Clarke
- Lonely Planet Pocket Las Vegas (Travel Guide) by Lonely Planet
- Berlitz Pocket Guide Las Vegas by James P. Reza
- Las Vegas: A Pictorial Celebration by Michael S. Green
- Las Vegas For Dummies by Rick Garman
- All Right, OK, You Win: Las Vegas, City without Clocks by David Spanier
- Ultimate Las Vegas and Beyond (Ultimate guides) by David Stratton
- Hiking Las Vegas: The All-in-one Guide to Exploring Red Rock Canyon, Mt. Charleston, and Lake Mead by Branch Whitney
- Frommer's Las Vegas by Night by John Villani
- The Cheapskate's Guide to Las Vegas by Connie Emerson
- Fun with the Family Las Vegas by Lynn Goya
- Quick Escapes Las Vegas, 2nd: Getaways from the Neon City (Quick Escapes Series) by Heidi Knapp Rinella
- Las Vegas Little Red Book: A Girl's Guide to the Perfect Vegas Getaway by Molly Sullivan
- Fear of Hat Loss in Las Vegas by Brendon Burns
- Las Vegas in Photographs by Scott Tharler
- Frommer's EasyGuide to Las Vegas 2017 (Easy Guides) by Grace Bascos
- Moon Handbooks Las Vegas by Rick Garman
- Las Vegas and Laughlin Nevada by Auto Club S Cal
- Insiders' Guide to Las Vegas, 4th (Insiders' Guide Series) by David Stratton
- Travellers Las Vegas, 3rd: Guides to destinations worldwide (Travellers - Thomas Cook) by Julie Mundy
- Insight Guides Smart Guide Las Vegas by Richard Harris
- The Showgirl Next Door: Holly Madison's Las Vegas by Holly Madison
- Michelin must sees. Las Vegas
- Las Vegas Marco Polo Guide (Marco Polo Guides) by Marco Polo Travel Publishing
- The Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas 2017 by Bob Sehlinger
- Gary & Nuala's Guide To Las Vegas and Beyond by Mr Gary Archer
- We All Live in Vegas by Francois Paolini
- Econoguide Las Vegas 2004: Also includes Reno, Lake Tahoe, and Laughlin by Corey Sandler
- Sinning in the City-Girls: A Girls Guide to Las Vegas by Tiffannie Bond
- Open Road's Best of Las Vegas, 1st Edition (Open Road Travel Guides Las Vegas Guide) by Avery Cardoza
- Pocket Rough Guide Las Vegas by Rough Guides
- The Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas 2016 by Bob Sehlinger
- The Cheapskate's Guide to Vegas Revised ed: Hotels, Gambling, Food, Shows, and More by Connie Emerson
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