MM - April 9th




Hit the used bookstores AGAIN with my friend, but this time we definitely shook it up some. I had to pick up my son from school early Wednesday, and was in her town (she lives a bit away), and figured to check out the Goodwill/Salvation army there. Sadly I didn't know how to even get to them. Called her up to see if she wanted to do some book browsing with me for a few hours- thankfully she said yes!

The Goodwill and Salvation army were dissappointing and tiny. We did get a few books but nothing huge. We then decided to try the thrift store across the street, and found a few nice ones. There was another thrift store behind it - goldmine! All books were only a quarter and we were pressed for time so just the cart. They gave us two nice free tote bags which I adore, and she laughed at me running to the counter with this huge armful of books that were falling over, as everyone rushed to help me keep them from falling frantically.





Not all books are pictured, but I did find this INCREDIBLE Agatha Christie leatherish hardcover of Murder on the Orient Express. Love Christie and it's not the pristine condition but it's incredibly cool still. Also found Seinlanguage, something I thought would be interesting since Gage and I dig watching the show so much. Prey by Michael Crichton to continue onto MORE books by him I need to eventually get to! I had remembered The Relic from Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child so picked up that one. Also picked up a few Robin Cooks as I remember liking these as a teenager: Seizure, Foreign Body, Vector, Godplayer, and Acceptable Risk.

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And now for three unusual finds I really loved:

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You may just find it cheesy but I loved a book of Alfred Hitchcock short stories when I was a kid. This one has some nifty authors in it and I fell in <3 .="." br="br">







You probably don't realize it unless you've followed me years back when I was doing mystery reviews, but I'm a MEGA Barbara Michaels fan. I have read most of her books a few times over. I have almost her entire collection, but THIS one has always alluded to me and I've never had it before. Finally I found it, in Hardcover. Sadly I don't care for the edition, took a picture that doesn't illustrate how horribly cheesy and cheap the cover is. It's even misaligned! Unusual for this author since she was so popular, but finally I have this book also! :)

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