Series: Footprint Travel Guides

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Argentina, 4th (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Christabelle Dilks
Belize, Guatemala & Southern Mexico (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Claire Boobbyer
Bolivia, 4th (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Julius Honnor
Borneo, 2nd: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Steve Frankham
Britain with Kids (Footprint Travel Guides) by William Gray
Cambodia, 4th (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Aleta Moriaty
Cape Town & Garden Route by Lizzie Williams
Chennai and Tamil Nadu (Footprint Travel Guides) by David Stott
Cuzco & the Inca Heartland, 4th: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Ben Box
Discover East Coast Australia, 2nd (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Darrach Donald
East Coast Australia, 3rd: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Darroch Donald
Footprint Cambodia, 5th Edition by Andrew Spooner
Footprint Nicaragua (Nicaragua Guidebook) (Nicaragua Travel Guide) by Richard Leonardi
Footprint Patagonia by Sophie Blacksell
India Handbook 2009: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint India Handbook) by David Stott
Kenya Handbook, 2nd: Travel guide to Kenya including 32-page full colour wildlife guide (Footprint Kenya) by Lizzie Williams
Laos, 4th (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Jock O'Tailan
Laos, 5th: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Jock O'Tailan
Morocco (Footprint Travel Guides) by Anne McLachlan
Nicaragua, 3rd: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Richard Arghiris
Patagonia (Footprint Travel Guide) (Footprint Travel Guides) by Christabelle Dilks
Peru, Bolivia & Ecuador Handbook (Footprint Travel Guide) (Footprint Handbooks) by Ben Box
Rajasthan (Footprint - Travel Guides) by David Stott
Scotland, 3rd (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Alan Murphy
Vietnam, 5th: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Claire Boobbyer
Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos, 2nd: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Claire Boobbyer

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  1. Lonely Planet Walking in Britain by David Else (1997)
  2. Fodor's India by Fodor's (1965)
  3. Lonely Planet Scotland by Neil Wilson (1999)
  4. The Rough Guide to Scotland by Rob Humphreys (1994)
  5. DK Eyewitness Travel Guides : Croatia by Leandro Zoppe (2003)
  6. National Geographic Traveler: Vietnam by James Sullivan (2006)
  7. Insight Guides Scotland by Insight Guides (1988)
  8. The Scottish Islands by Hamish Haswell-Smith (1996)
  9. Seamanship: A Voyage Along the Wild Coasts of the British Isles by Adam Nicolson (2004)
  10. Seasons on Harris: A Year in Scotland's Outer Hebrides by David Yeadon (2006)
  11. Michelin Green Guide Scotland by Michelin Tyre PLC (1985)
  12. Frommer's Complete Guide: Scotland by Darwin Porter (1988)
  13. Time Out Lisbon by Time Out (1999)
  14. Footprint Morocco Handbook: The Travel Guide by Justin McGuinness (1999)
  15. DK Eyewitness Travel : Top 10 : Scotland by Alastair Scott (2003)

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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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