Series: Les Quatre de Baker Street

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Le Monde des Quatre de Baker Street by Jean-Blaise DjianHS1
Les Quatre de Baker Street, Tome 1 : L'affaire du rideau bleu by Jean-Blaise Djian1
Les Quatre de Baker Street, Tome 2 : Le dossier Raboukine by Jean-Blaise Djian2
Les Quatre de Baker Street, Tome 3 : Le rossignol de Stepney by Jean-Blaise Djian3
Les Quatre de Baker Street, tome 4 : Les orphelins de Londres by Jean-Blaise Djian4
Les Quatre de Baker Street, Tome 5 : La Succession Moriarty by Olivier Legrand5
Les Quatre de Baker Street - Tome 06 : L'Homme du Yard by Jean-Blaise Djian6
Les Quatre de Baker Street, Tome 7 : L'Affaire Moran by David Etien7

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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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