If you are a fan of Robert B. Parker, you are in luck! We have a good selection of great books in really good condition. Our copy of Death In Paradise has never been read, and the dust jacket is in excellent condition. As you may know, Death In Paradise is one of the Jesse Stone series that was so popular the series was dramatized for CBS with Tom Selleck playing the role of Jesse Stone, chief of police of the town of Paradise Massachusetts.
In the 1960 adaptation of H.G. Wells' The Time Machine an interesting question is posed at the end which was not in the original book, but it greatly added to the story. Per the actual screenplay by David Duncan it goes like this;
After discovering that George had returned to the time he came from, 23 November, 802,701, Filby and Mrs. Watchett come into the parlor.
FILBY: "But it isn't like George. - To return empty handed. To try to rebuild a civilization without a plan." (to Mrs. Watchett) "He must have taken something with him."
MRS. WATCHETT: "Nothing." She looks around and discovers three empty spaces on the tightly packed book shelves. She walks to them.
MRS. WATCHETT: "Nothing except three books."
FILBY: "Which three books?"
MRS. WATCHETT: "I don't know. -- Is it important?"
FILBY: (smiles) "No, I suppose not. - Only...what three books would you have taken?"
Answer the question, which three books would you have taken to the year 802,701 where all books had decayed to dust? Which three books?
If you like Dean Koontz you should come visit us today! We have a great selection of Dean's novels for you. Each one only a dollar!
We have two copies of Arthur Miller's classic in the Booknook. If you have been enjoying the TV show Salem then The Crucible is a must read for you. This book has a number of connections to us at the Booknook. I (Dan) played Ezekiel Cheever in my High School drama club, and Sy who works the Booknook on Saturday is descended from a woman who was burned as a witch in Salem!
So come on down and grab a copy. Both copies are in the Vintage section of the Booknook.
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