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Tuesday, February 27th, 2007
7:38 pm
Is this community active?
I want books.
Thursday, October 20th, 2005
10:55 am
Trade no?
I have a bunch of fiction books that I want to trade. I'm looking for classic books new or old like Vonnegut, Rand etc and in particular an older hardcover copy of Milton's Paradise Lost (which doesn't mean a collector's item.). A one-for-one swap is ideal but not necessary. I'll negotitate! But I do prefer to ship MEDIA RATE which is cheap, though sometimes a very slow method, and won't negotiate that unless you want to pay the extra shipping costs.

1. Anita Shreve - Strange Fits of Passion (water damage)
2. Nancy Sparling - Being Alexander
3. Elliott Hester - Plane Insanity
4. Amanda Ford - Retail Therapy
5. Dean Monti - The Sweep of teh Second Hand
6. Rosalind Miles - I, Elizabeth
7. Alice McDermott - Child of My Heart
8. Danielle Steel - Echoes (hardcover)
9. Dow Mossman - The Stones of Summer (hardcover)
10. Peter Mayle - Chasing Cezanne
11. David Guterson - Our Lady of the Forest
12. Thomas Fox Averill - The Slow Air of Ewan MacPherson
13. Peter Mayle - Toujours Provence
14. Lorna Sage - Bad Blood
15. Lisa Jewell - Ralph's Party
16. Lisa Jewell - Thirty Nothing
17. John Updike - Seek My Face
18. Mateo Ujhelyi - First Synopsis (hardcover)
19. William Gaddis - A Frolic of His Own
20. John Smolens - Cold
21. Charlotte Bacon - Lost Geography (hardcover)
22. James Lee Burke - Lay Down My Sword and Shield
23. Tom Franklin - Hell at the Breech
24. Bella Bathurst - Special
25. Roger C. Thibault - Rebuking the New World Order
26. Richard L. Baldwin - The Principal Cause of Death
27. Philip Roth - Letting Go
28. P. D. James - A Certain Justice (hardcover)
29. Steven Millhauser - The Knife Thrower (hardcover)
30. Brain Stableford - The Werewolves of London (hardcover)
31. Jim Harrison - The Beast God Forgot to Invent (hardcover)
32. Seal of Gaia - Marlin Maddox
33. Isabel Allende - Daughter of Fortune
34. Milan Kundera - The Book of Laughter and Forgetting
35. Maxine Chernoff - Some of Her Friends That Year
36. Emily Jenkins - Mister Posterior and the Genius Child
37. George Plimpton - The Bogey Man
38. Alain Robbe-Grillet - The Erasers
39. Diane Johnson - Le Divorce
40. Vivian Vande Velde - Heir Apparent
41. Margaret Peterson Haddix - Turnabout (hardcover)
42. Adam Haslett - You are not a Stranger Here
43. Emma Donoghue - Slammerkin
44. Lynn & Gilbert Morris - Shadow of the Mountains
45. Elizabeth Graver - The Honey Thief
46. Richard Paul Evans - The Last Promise
47. The Cloud Machinery - Christopher Whyte (hardcover)
48. Pearls - Bill Monks
49. Clarke Hays & Kathleen McFall - The Cowboy and the Vampire
50. Gay Rubin - On a Good Day
51. Tracy Chevalier - Girl with a Pearl Earring
52. William Least Heat-Moon - Prairy Erth (hardcover)
53. Bill Zimmerman - Dog-Mas: Simple Truths from a Wise Pet (hardcover)
54. Al Franken - I'm Good Enough, I'm Smart Enough...
55. Mark Altman & David Ian Solter - Exploring Deep Space and Beyond (Star Trek)
Sunday, January 30th, 2005
9:05 am
Hello, both of you!

I have, on my hot little bookshelf, an extra *signed* trade paper copy of If Chins Could Kill by Mr. Bruce Campbell. The inscription reads: "Hail to the King," dated 10/27/02.

I'm sure you want this. What do you have for it?

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