October Remainder Newsletter 2

Fantastic Books at unbelievable prices

Stock is limited at each location, and prices are only available while supplies last


A Reader's Book of DaysA Reader’s Book of Days by Tom Nissley

Pub. list price: $21.95

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Spend your year with this book of notes, quotations and facts about literature.


Sam PhillipsSam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock ‘N’ Roll by Pete Guralnick

Pub. list price: $38.50

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The man who invented Rock n’ Roll comes alive in this biography of the man who founded Sun Records and changed music forever.


The Food and Wine of FranceThe Food and Wine of France by Edward Behr

Pub. list price: $37.00

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The well-known food writer journeys around France meeting with the people who make French food and drink arguably the best in the world.


The Gifts of the JewsThe Gifts of the Jews by Thomas Cahill

Pub. list price: $21.95

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This history explores the impact of Jewish theology on Western civilization and the significance that such figures as Moses and Abraham.


The Man Who Deciphered Linear BThe Man Who Deciphered Linear B by Andrew Robinson

Pub. list price: $19.00

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The life of Michael Ventris, the enigmatic architect who first translated Linear B, is illuminated in this biography.


No Man's LandNo Man’s Land Edited by Pete Ayrton

Pub. list price: $17.95

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Mark the centennial of the end of the War to End All Wars with this international anthology of fiction, featuring works on the war by authors from twenty different countries.


The End of Tsarist RussiaThe End of Tsarist Russia by Dominic Lieven

Pub. list price: $40.00

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A history of Russia from the final days of the Romanov dynasty to the beginning of World War I and the October Revolution.


TchaikovskyTchaikovsky: The Man and His Music by David Brown

Pub. list price: $28.50

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Both a biography and a music guide, this book about the Russian composer looks at his life and his works.

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