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    1. BULK SALE:  Bookstore Inventory

      BULK SALE: Bookstore Inventory 204 Books First Editions, Film, Pop Culture, Esoterica, Childrens, Rock, Antiquarian, Art, Mexico, Cult, Magic, Collectible, Annuals… https://picasaweb.google.com/posterazzi/Books?authkey=Gv1sRgCJDFx-7rsMq4dA $700

    2. st SIGNED 1st Edition: "Golf Shotmaking" by Billy Casper

      Golf Shotmaking is for every golfer who wants to score better. William Earl Casper, Jr. (born June 24, 1931) is an American professional golfer who was one of the most prolific tournament winners on the PGA Tour from the mid 1950s to the mid 1970s.Casper had 51 PGA Tour wins ...

    3. st A Romantic's Guide to the Country Inns of Britain & Ireland 1st ED.

      This book describes and illustrates some of the best romantic country inns of Britain and Ireland. Most of these places are still in operation because they have been around for over a 100 years. The book is in very good condition. Check the prices on Amazon.

    4. st The Grimaldis of Monaco by Ann Edwards>>FIRST EDITION

      "The Grimaldis of Monaco" tells in full the remarkable history of the world's oldest reigning dynasty.It covers the entire family's incredible history as well as Prince Rainier's marriage to the beautiful American actress Grace Kelly. This is a great book.

    5. st 1st Edition: "Dr. Zhivago" by Boris Pasternak

      Although it contains passages written in the 1910s and 1920s, Doctor Zhivago was not completed until 1956. The novel was submitted to the journal "Новый Мир" (Novy Mir, Russian for both New World and New Peace) and rejected because Pasternak's political viewpoint was opposed ...

    6. st 1st Edition: "Seven Wonders of the World" by Lowell Thomas

      Lowell Jackson Thomas (April 6, 1892 – August 29, 1981) was an American writer, broadcaster, and traveler, best known as the man who made Lawrence of Arabia famous. So varied were Thomas's activities that when it came time for the Library of Congress to catalog his memoirs ...

    7. st "Over the Teacups' by Oliver Wendell Holmes 1891

      This is a complete book volume IV of "Over the Teacups" taken from a 14 volume set of his complete writings.Holmes first gained international fame with his "Breakfast-Tables" series.[144] These three table-talk books attracted a diverse audience due to their conversational ...

    8. st "Selected Writings of Gertrude Stein" Modern Library

      Two months before Gertrude Stein died in Paris, on July 27, 1946, she examined the manuscript for this volume and cabled her enthusiastic approval. By following mail she sent "A Message From Gertrude Stein" which appears on page VII. It is probably the last word from her pen.

    9. st 1st Edition: "Me" by Katharine Hepburn

      In that inimitable Hepburn voice-- witty, intelligent, candid, immediate-- she tells us the stories of her life.

    10. st 1st Printing: "Pylon" by William Faulkner

      Pylon is the story of a group of barnstormers, whose lives are thoroughly unconventional. They live hand to mouth always a step or two ahead of destitution and their interpersonal relationships are unorthodox and shocking by the standards of their society and times. They ...

    11. st 1st Edition "The First Circle" by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

      This novel depicts the lives of occupants of a sharashka ( a R&D bureau made of gulag inmates), located in the Moscow suburbs. This novel is highly autobiographical. 580 pages first published in 1968.

    12. st FIRST EDITION "The Ugly American" by Lederer & Burdick

      The Ugly American is about men and women in Southeast Asia-- people being a little corrupt, people trapped by the beauty of a land or of a woman, people being bought cheap with champagne and caviar. 285 pages. First Edition.

    13. st "Robinson Crusoe" by Daniel Defoe 1930 boxed edition

      This is a wonderful 1930 Boxed edition of the classic novel Robinson Crusoe. It is beautifully illustrated by Edward A. Wilson. 299 pages.

    14. st "The Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum

      This is one of the greatest stories ever told. Here it is bound in a beautiful leatherette cover. The story is also wonderfully illustrated by photographs from the MGM movie. 155 pages.

    15. st 1st Edition: "What Falls Away" by Mia Farrow

      In this exquisitely written memoir, Mia introduces us to the landscapes of her extraordinary life. Mia Farrrow's story is ultimately one of hope and courage in the face of difficulty; of commitment to others -- most important of whom are her children; and of spiritual ...

    16. st "Rosemary" by Josephine Lawrence

      Rosemary by Josephine Lawrence is one in a series of popular novels back in the 1920's. This was published in 1922 by Cupples & Leon. 310 pages.

    17. st Author's Edition: "Black Arrow" by Robert Louis Stevenson

      This is a historical romantic novel written about the time of The War of the Roses. Robert Louis Stevenson is one of the GREAT authors, having written "Treasure Island" and Dr. "Jekyl and Mr. Hyde", among others. This is the Authors Edition published in 1915: 322 pages.

    18. st "Who They Were" by Robert C. Shaler

      This is the story about how authorities used DNA to identify the missing people in the 9/11 World trade Center tragedy. This book is new and unread. 370 pages.

    19. st "I Am A Soldier , Too - The Jessica Lynch Story" by Rick Bragg

      This is the story as told by American soldier, Jessica Lynch, about her ambush, capture and rescue in Iraq. Rick Bragg is a Pulitzer Prize winning author. This book is new and unread. 207 pages.

    20. st "New Latin Grammar" by Allen and Greenough

      This book was once in Stanford Library, but is still in very good condition. 490 pages. Please make an offer on this book.

    21. st SIGNED: " The Queen Is In The Kitchen" by Marguerite G. McCarthy

      There are over 500 recipes and 96 different menus, with the emphasis on easy preparation, much of it ahead of time, and some really inspired ideas about using modern appliances to simplify both cooking and serving. Signed by author.

    22. st 1st Edition: "The Limits of Power" by Eugene J. McCarthy

      This is what was said on the book jacket at that time in history: "Without doubt one of the most important books to be published about American foreign policy in the decade, "The Limits of Power" is a clear, forceful, and levelheaded examination of our recent policies abroad ...

    23. st 1st Editiion: The Truth With Jokes by Al Franken

      By Al Franken: "I present THE TRUTH not just to shock you, not just to make you laugh and cry alternatingly, or maybe even at the same time, not just to set the record straight--- but to rouse you, to prepare you for the battles ahead. The only vaccine powerful enough to ...

    24. st SIGNED 1st Edition: "North of Hope" by Jon Hassler

      Hailed by The New York Times Book Review as a "writer good enough to restore your faith in fiction," Jon Hassler has established himself as a contemporary literary master. This is a signed first edition. 518 pages.