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Are there any good books that go into the queens gambit and then followed by NC3 and other variations not just when black responds with d5?
My first 1.d4 repertoire book is a really old one you might be able to get a free copy on the net. "An Opening Repertoire for White" - Raymond Keene http://www.amazon.com/Opening-Repertoire-White-Batsford-Library/dp/0805042296
My current one is the Kaufman Repertoire, but IM Pfren disapproves.
Another one is Starting Out: 1 d4! by John Cox. Cox's choice in the QGD is the Exchange Variation (if that matters to you.) It's a repertoire book, so it covers Indian defenses, Dutch, Modern, QGA, Slav, etc. Coverage is pretty thin in some areas, but that's to be expected with most repertoire books.
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