(An Incomplete List of) Books For Sale!

This took too long to post. Here’s a list of books up for grabs. I’m just helping a friend out so they aren’t mine. Regardless, leave a comment if you’re interested and I’m sure someone will get back to you!

1. Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter by Ruth Rendell (hardbound)
2. Shopgirl by Steve Martin (softbound)
3. The Hours by Michael Cunningham (softbound)

4. Gregor the Overlander by Suzanne Collins (softbound)
5. Unfinished Portrait by Mary Westmacott (paperback)
6. The Lake of Darness and The Veiled One by Ruth Rendell (paperback)
7. The Tree of Hands by Ruth Rendell (paperback)
8. The Grand Tour by Patricia Wrede and Caroline Stevermer (paperback)
9. The Neverending Story by Michael Ende (softbound)
10. The Shadow in the North by Philip Pullman (paperback)

11. Farewell My Subaru: An Epic Adventure in Local Living by Doug Fine (hardbound)
12. Triple Cross: How Bin Laden’s Master Spy Penetrated the CIA, the Green Berets, and the FBI by Peter Lance (hardbound)
13. Shanda: The Making and Breaking of a Self-Loathing Jew by Neal Karlen (hardbound)
14. Inside the Red Mansion: On the Trail of China’s Most Wanted Man by Oliver August (hardbound)
15. Over There: From the Bronx to Baghdad by Alan Feuer (hardbound)
16. No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of teh Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden by Mark Owen (hardbound)
17. Scorpion Down: Sunk by the Soviets, Buried by the Pentagon by Ed Offley (hardbound)
18. Lanterns and Lances by James Thurber (softbound)
19. Skinny Dip by Carl Hiassen (softbound)

20. For God and Country: Faith and Patriotism by James Yee (hardbound)
21. Secrets of the Savanna: 23 Years in the African Wilderness Unraveling the Mysteries of Elephants and People by Mark and Delia Owens (hardbound)
22. Cross Country: Fifteen Years and 90,000 Miles on the Roads and Interstates of America with Lewis and Clark, a lot of bad motels, a moving van, Emily Post, … kids, and enough coffee to kill an elephant by Robert Sullivan (softbound)
23. The Kindness of Strangers by Kate Adie (hardbound)
24. Don’t You Know It’s 40 Below by Jack Kates (softbound)
25. Breaking With Moscow by Arkady Shevchenko (hardbound)


Author: Dar @ thebookexperience


15 thoughts on “(An Incomplete List of) Books For Sale!”

  1. Rest of the list:
    26. A Thousand Days in Tuscany: A Bittersweet Adventure by Marlena De Blasi
    27. In Mexico Where to Look, How to Buy Mexican Popular Arts and Crafts by James Norman
    28. Village in the Vaucluse by Laurence William Wylie
    29. Watersteps Through France by Bill Cooper and Laurel Cooper
    30. A Window on Provence by Bo Thorne Niles
    31. Fatherhood by Bill Cosby
    32. Committed: A Rablle-Rouser’s Memoir by Dan Matthews
    33. Nature Girl by Carl Hiaasen
    34. Sick Puppy by Carl Hiaasen
    35. To Die in Provence by Norman Bogner
    36. Smoke Screens: Understanding the Dangers of Today’s Call for Christian Unity by Jack Chick
    37. Important Questions and Answers by Jan Ballesteros
    38. Whining: 3 Steps to Stop It Before the Tears and Tantrums Start by Audrey Ricker and Carolyn Crowder
    39. Literacy in Multiple Contexts by Dina Ocampo
    40. Twenty Chickens for A Saddle by Robyn Scott
    41. An Uncommon Journey: From Vienna to Shanghai to America by Deborah Strobin and Ilie Wacs
    42. Coming Home Crazy by Bill Holm
    43. Acquired Tastes by Peter Mayle
    44. Round Ireland with a Fridge by Tony Hawks
    45. Russian Journal by Andrea Lee
    46. French Spirits: A House, a Village and a Love Affair in Burgundy by Jeffrey Greene
    47. The Naked Years: A Young Girl’s Experiences in Nazi Germany by Marianne MacKinnon
    48. A Hundred and One Days: A Baghdad Journal by Åsne Seierstad
    49. The House at Sugar Beach by Helene Cooper
    50. Camel Lot by Moselle Schaffer
    51. The Reluctant Tuscan: How I Discovered My Inner Italian by Phil Doran
    52. Kinky Gazpacho: A Memoir by Lori L. Tharps
    53. Basket Case by Carl Hiaasen
    54. Double Whammy by Carl Hiaasen
    55. Stormy Weather by Carl Hiaasen
    56. Skin Tight by Carl Hiaasen
    57. Were You Always an Italian?: Ancestors and Other Icons of Italian America by Maria Laurino
    58. Chasing Cezanne by Peter Mayle
    59. Queenan Country: A Reluctant Anglophile’s Pilgrimage to the Mother Country by Joe Queenan
    60. Passion for Truth: From Finding JFK’s Single Bullet to Questioning Anita Hill to Impeaching Clinton by Arlen Specter and Charles Robbins
    61. The Final Move Beyond Iraq: The final solution while the world sleeps by Mike Evans
    62. Counterpart: A South Vietnamese Naval Officer’s War by Kiem Do and Julie Kane
    63. Sacha Baron Cohen: The Unauthorized Biography: From Cambridge to Kazakhstan by Kathleen Tracy
    64. Hello to All That: A Memoir of Zoloft, War, and Peace by John Falk
    65. The Toughest Job in Britain by Jeremy Spake
    66. Alger Hiss’s Looking-Glass Wars: The Covert Life of a Soviet Spy by G. Edward White
    67. The 188th Crybaby Brigade: A Skinny Jewish Kid from Chicago Fights Hezbollah–A Memoir by Joel Chasnoff
    68. Strip Tease by Carl Hiaasen
    69. Europe on $5 and $10 a Day by Arthur Frommer
    70. Pole to Pole by Michael Palin
    71. Stephen Fry in America by Stephen Fry
    72. Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight by Alexandra Fuller
    73. How Not To Live Abroad by Shaun Briley
    74. Last Days in Babylon: The History of a Family, the Story of a Nation by Marina Benjamin
    75. Ask for a Convertible: Stories by Danit Brown
    76. Native Tongue by Carl Hiaasen
    77. Red Dragon Rising: Communist China’s Military Threat to America by Edward Timperlake and William C. Triplett II
    78. Chasing the Sea: Lost Among the Ghosts of Empire in Central Asia by Tom Bissell
    79. The Last Empress by Anchee Min
    80. A Good Year by Peter Mayle
    81. Alicia by Alicia Appleman-Jurman
    82. Fishing with My Old Guy by Paul Quarrington
    83. Shanghai by Sharon Owyang
    84. Blind Man’s Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage by Sherry Sontag, Christopher Drew and Annette Lawrence Drew
    85. Advent of Dying by Carol Anne O’Marie

    1. Hi! Sorry for the late reply, my week has been crazy. I work in Cebu Business Park (Ayala area). Ikaw? We can meet up or you can drop by here sa office if it isn’t too much trouble for you.

      1. Unfortunately I am only available to go to Ayala during Saturday mornings. Which building are you working? I can leave the books there this Saturday.

  2. Can I leave the books with the guard? I plan to drop by tomorrow morning or if not on Tuesday morning since it is a holiday. Just leave the money in an envelope with the guard, the total is only P60.

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