A listing of books we don't see used as often as we would like, compiled so you can order them new but still support us-
Sarah Addison Allen$17.00 $15.64
Romance and magic, infused with North Carolina charm.
Eowyn Ivey$16.98 $15.62
An adaptation of a Russian fairy tale set in frontier Alaska, lovely and dreamlike.
Amor Towles$17.00 $15.64
This first book by the author of "A Gentleman in Moscow" set in New York in the 1920s.
Louise Penny$17.98 $16.54
The whole series featuring Inspector Gamache disappear as soon as we see them, this is the first book and the best place to start.
Jacqueline Winspear$16.95 $15.59
Mystery series with a former volunteer Nurse as the protagonist, works it's way from just after WWI into the Second World War as the series progresses.
Delia Owens$26.00 $23.40
The current favorite for eveyone's book clubs.
Julia Child and Alex Prud'homme$17.00 $15.64
Maybe the most charming memoir ever written, who doesn't want to read about food and true love in postwar Paris?
Kurt Vonnegut$7.99 $7.35
We never have as much Vonnegut as we would like and this is still the most popular of his titles.
Terry Pratchett$9.99 $9.19
A stand alone that's a good introduction to the Discworld saga
Haruki Murakami$17.95 $16.51
Murakami sneaks onto the shelves once in a while but they're never here for long.
Helen Thorpe$18.00 $16.56
Local author! All of her books are popular locally but this seems to be the one we don't see as often.
Octavia E. Butler$16.98 $15.62
I'm sure we'll think of more as soon as this is posted, we'll try and update regularly.