Get your Christmas read on by browsing through our selection of very gently used titles, assorted hardcovers, trade paperbacks and mass markets, This is the time of year to cozy up in front of the fire with a holiday book in hand. Just click on the online store tab and go to the store page. Happy reading!
This is one of the best selling books through our years as an open store. A true account of the murders that took place in Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor between 1967-69, and the story of how the killer was caught. This is a used copy with spine creases and a stain on the bottom edge, but still perfectly readable. $5.50.
The third in Candace Robb’s Kate Clifford series, set in 1400 York, finds much has changed in Kate’s world. Kate, a widow who had been shackled by her late husband’s debts, has at last paid them off. She’s a happy mother to her wards – two of them her late husband’s illegitimate children – but she loves all three of her children, one of them saved from the streets of York, equally. Her household is a bustling and happy one.
As the book opens, a friend appears of her doorstep in a snowstorm, requesting shelter. Kate unthinkingly takes her in and only on reflection realizes the danger of taking in a woman who may be regarded at the worst as a traitor, at the least as a fugitive and corpse thief. The woman, Lady Kirkby, has witnessed the beheading of her husband during an uprising in nearby Cirencester.