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The Da Vinci Code by Alert
The Da Vinci Code ROYSTON Cave may hold the key in the search for the Holy Grail, the famous quest for Christ's chalice dating back to Biblical times. Grail hunters are set to flock to the historic site following the publication of best-selling novel The Da Vinci Code, by Dan Brown. The book has...
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January 2nd 05 01:05 AM
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Good Dog Carl in person! by leemail
Hi Saturday, January 22 at 2 PM, celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Good Dog, Carl with Alexandra Day and the real-life Carl, in person at Every Picture Tells A Story in Santa Monica, CA. Signed, personalized books and original art can be pre-ordered and shipped anywhere. Go...
January 1st 05 10:38 PM
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Boswell's Cub at Newmarket (1762) by Thomas Frandzen
Is it at all possible to acquire a copy (possibly just an E-text) of James Boswell's 1762 poem "The Cub at Newmarket"? I have only been able to find short fragments of it on a few websites. (If other newsgroups are more suitable for asking this kind of question, please let me know) -Thomas
January 1st 05 02:30 PM
by Thomas Frandzen Go to last post
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Collecting Whims Revisited by Jerry Morris
It's been awhile since we last revisited a thread on Collecting Whims, and almost three years since I first posted it: http://www.tinyurl.com/5mr62 Collecting Whims, as defined in one of the previous posts, are out-of-the-ordinary collecting interests, odd fancies, off-track booking, or, simply,...
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January 1st 05 12:42 AM
by Eden R Go to last post
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FA: First Edition of "Paris" by John Russell, 42 Photographs by Brassai by [email protected]
"Paris" by John Russell, First Edition Photographs by Brassai Foreword by Rosamond Bernie Publisher: B. T. Batsford Limited, London, 1960. Hardcover, green clothbound, titled in gilt. Nice clean book in very good condition, very minor overall wear. A book length essay on the magical city with...
December 31st 04 06:56 PM
by Jim Ward Go to last post
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Poor Alibris Service by Joel DiGirolamo
I stopped into this newsgroup to find out more about Albris. I ordered a book from them in August and received the book a few weeks later, the day before I was to leave for a month. The book was not the edition advertised and I sent an e-mail right away about returning it and merely got an...
December 31st 04 06:33 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Query for Mr. Klimon by [email protected]
I am posting this with the hope that someone with a website bearing the distinguished name "catholicbookcollector" might have both the knowledge and the kindness to assist in a matter regarding two of what might be the greatest Catholic novels ever written. I refer of course to novels by Jules...
December 31st 04 01:47 AM
by William M. Klimon Go to last post
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SPYFEST 2005 UK - James Bond & Spy Celebration Event / Convention Announced by [email protected]
SPYFEST 2005 UK - James Bond & Spy Celebration Event / Convention Announced Starfest Events are very happy to announce SPYFEST 2005 taking place over a weekend at a London Hotel in the latter part of 2005. The event will be aimed at both James Bond & Spy Fans from around the world with a weekends...
December 29th 04 12:49 PM
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: THE CELL HORST BIENEK reare copy by mcmr
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=4515495365&ssPageN ame=STRK:MESE:IT HORST BINEK BORN IN 1930 WAS SENTENCED TO 25 YEARS IN A SIBERIAN FORCED LABOUR CAMP,RELEASED AFTER 4 YEARS BY AN AMNESTY HE WENT TO WEST GERMANY. THIS NOVEL CONVEYS THE EFFECT ON THE MIND OF PROLONGED...
December 29th 04 02:23 AM
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BC or not BC... by Gnome de plume
....that is the question! No, actually THIS is the question: Is the presence of a printed-in price, on the inside of a dust jacket, sure and CERTAIN proof that a book is not a Book Club edition, in all cases? -- 'After being turned down by numerous publishers, he decided...
December 28th 04 12:41 AM
by Francis A. Miniter Go to last post
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John Pelan - The Autobiography (Reviewed) by Haunted River
"Wrestling With Obsession: The Acclaimed Diary Of John Pelan, Critically Acclaimed Author" Midnight House, Seattle, 2005. Limited to 100 copies, 5 of which come with free plastic wrestling figures of 'Slamhead' and 'Drillface' together with a leather-look leotard. Reviewed by Ambrose Silk, Times...
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December 26th 04 03:14 PM
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FREE Web Site by Replies
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December 25th 04 06:59 PM
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Now Here's a Collectible Proof! by William M. Klimon
In the debate over the collectibility of proofs and other advanced states, this little item will probably become the touchstone for the pro-proof party: http://tinyurl.com/43kq9 More info he http://www.boston.com/dailynews/347/region/Christie_s_to_auction_copy_of_:.shtml William M. Klimon
December 25th 04 05:51 AM
by Mike Berro Go to last post
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99,99% of today's books are utter crap !!! by Bruno Beam
So I stopped collecting books, because today's authors just steal old stories and I'm tired of reading the same over and over again. I collect spiders now!
December 25th 04 05:41 AM
by Mike Berro Go to last post
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Research and the Internet by Francis A. Miniter
The purpose of this recitation is to share a recent research experience using the internet. I have been working hard to create an author database for the works in my collection. As I come to each author, I have been putting in birth and death dates, nationality (as far as possible) and important...
December 24th 04 11:04 PM
by Francis A. Miniter Go to last post
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Books on French Revolution by
I would appreciate anyone's comment on a 2-volume set entitled "A Comparative Display of the Different Opinions of the Most Distinguished British Writers on the Subject of the French Revolution" printed for J. Debrett, dated 1793 on the title page.
December 24th 04 09:00 PM
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Pre-order Harry Potter Book 6 - Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince by Larry
Pre-order Harry Potter Book 6 - Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince! http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0002J6EOU/disneyanimati-20/ Available for pre-ordering and will be delived on release date of July 16.
December 24th 04 04:33 PM
by Larry Go to last post
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Tom Swift Jr collection question by hwnole
Anyone interested in buying the entire 33 book series? If so, email me at: All are in great shape, and the first 11 or 12 are in dust jackets. Thanks.
December 24th 04 04:07 PM
by hwnole Go to last post
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A further question on "The Little Prince" by visualweasel
Hi everyone. I have a copy that shows Harcourt, 1943, no refernce to which printing, but the code FF underneath the copyright block. Any idea what this means? I wondered if it meant sixth printing, but perhaps that's just wishful thinking? I don't recall seeing anything else on the page to indicate...
December 23rd 04 09:57 PM
by Jon Meyers Go to last post
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"Da Vinci Code" -- BCE or not? by visualweasel
Hi everyone. I have a copy of Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code". The copyright page states FIRST EDITION, APRIL 2003, and has the full numberline, just like the true first printing should. It also has both well-known first printing mistakes ("skitoma" and "Lyon"). But here's the weird part. The book...
December 23rd 04 09:54 PM
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