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Sure thing. Just create an HTML topic for each book. Then you edit the Book properties in the TOC. Just right-click the book and select Properties via the context menu. See that check box near the top labeled "Book with link"? Click to place a check mark there. Now you can associate the book with its default topic.
I have a related question about "Book with Link." I used this feature in a subproject (Unity Code Reference) and it works fine. But, because the Code Reference is so large, I decided to keep it as a separate subproject and merge it with the main project (Unity Software). When I compile the main project, I see the Unity Code Reference book and all the topics, but clicking the book doesn't bring up the default topic that I configured with "Book with Link."
What you are talking about sounds like an external reference. For the scenario you describe, why not try merged webhelp.
What you are talking about sounds like an external reference. For the scenario you describe, why not try merged webhelp?