June Remainder Newsletter 2

Fantastic Books at unbelievable prices

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A Passion for ParisA Passion for Paris by David Downie

Pub. list price: $31.50

Our price: $7.99

David Downie uses his own experiences and the experiences of Victor Hugo, Georges Sand and other great Romantics to take you on a tour of Paris. He is trying to solve the question of why Paris seems to be the root city for the Romantics and not a different city like Venice or Rome.


The Rival QueensThe Rival Queens by Nancy Goldstone

Pub. list price: $21.49

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Set in Renaissance France, Goldstone tells the story of two magnificent women driven apart by a betrayal that threatens to destroy everything they know. This historical epic is extremely rich in detail and is a wonderful tale of love, treachery, desire and courage, which is almost impossible to put down.


Unfaithful Music and Disappearing InkUnfaithful Music and Disappearing Ink by Elvis Costello

Pub. list price: $36.00

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This memoir takes reader on a journey through the life of Elvis Costello. Recounting wonderful, strange and intimate incidents in his life and celebrity, this memoir truly gives reader an up-close and personal look at the life of Elvis Costello.



ShrinksShrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry by Jeffrey A. Lieberman

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Lieberman takes us on a journey of psychiatry from its humble beginnings to today. Along the way he explores strange case studies and the lives of some of the pioneers of the field. Shrinks is a fascinating read for anyone with even a passing interest in psychiatry.



The Art of the ConThe Art of the Con by Anthony M. Amore

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This book takes you into the world of art cons and the people who responsible for them. With stories of some of the most elaborate cons ever completed and tales of the investigations that caught the con men this is a truly fascinating book.


A History of Photography in 50 CamerasA History of Photography in 50 Cameras by Michael Pritchard

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This book takes readers on a journey into the history of photography and the camera. This book covers 180 years of the most iconic cameras and how they helped change the world of photography. With pictures of all fifty cameras included as well as some of the iconic photos they were used to take this book is a must have for art and photography lovers alike.


Les ParisiennesLes Parisiennes by Anne Sebba

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This is the story of the women of Paris in the 1940s, exploring all aspects of their daily lives, both private and public. Including a fascinating cast of characters from; native Parisians to Nazi wives, this book gives us a first-hand look at the women and girls who lived in Paris from the occupation to the liberation and how it affected their daily lives.


SuperlegumesSuperlegumes by Chrissy Freer

Pub. list price: $24.95

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This cookbook puts beans and legumes at the heart of every dish. With over 90 recipes for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike this book is sure to inspire healthy meals for everyday of the week. With vibrant pictures and recipes for everything from breakfast to dessert this is the perfect cookbook for anyone who wants to eat healthier without losing flavour.


New York ExposedNew York Exposed by Daniel Czitrom

Pub. list price: $27.95

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This is the story of the police scandal that helped spark the progressive era. Czitrom takes us into the underbelly of New York in the 1890s and allows us to see the corruption that lead to the progressive era. The colourful cast of characters makes this book hard to put down.


Christopher PrattChristopher Pratt: Six Decades by Tom Smart

Pub. list price: $60.00

Our price: $16.99

This collection of Christopher Pratt’s work is absolutely stunning. It features over 100 of his works that have been beautifully reproduced, many that have never been published before, and celebrates Pratt’s remarkable art and life.

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