Series: John Wayne Collection

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The John Wayne Collection by Robert N. Bradbury
The John Wayne Collection #1 (Riders of Destiny / West of the Divide / Sagebrush Trail) by Robert N. Bradbury1
The John Wayne Collection #2 (Blue Steel / Paradise Canyon / The Desert Trail) by Robert N. Bradbury2
The John Wayne Collection #3 (Texas Terror / The Dawn Rider / The Trail Beyond) by Robert N. Bradbury3
The John Wayne Collection #4: The Lucky Texan / Randy Rides Alone / Man from Utah by Harry L. Fraser4
The John Wayne Collection #5 (The Star Packer / Neath the Arizona Skies / Lawless Frontier) by Robert N. Bradbury5
The John Wayne Collection #6 (Rainbow Valley / Hell Town / Winds of the Wasteland) by Mill Creek Entertainment6
The John Wayne Collection: Volume 1: True Grit / Rio Lobo / El Dorado by Henry HathawayVolume 1
The John Wayne Collection, Vol. II: Big Jake / The Shootist / The Sons of Katie Elder by Harry HathawayVolume 2

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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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