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A Traveller's Alphabet: Partial Memoirs -Steven Runciman

This book is the nearest the renowned historian Sir Steven Runciman will ever come to writing his autobiography. His life and travels in many countries encompass a multitude of exotic, fascinating and amusing stories.

$90.00  $54.00

The Storyteller - Harold Robbins

A young man from Brooklyn fighting his way up from poverty to wealth, fame, and sexual success.

$120.00  $72.00

Selected letters of James Thurber - James Thurber

Over a hundred letters by Thurber, selected by his wife and his editor, covering the period from 1935 to 1961.

$230.00  $138.00

The Republic - Plato

The second most important book in the History of the Western world in a shortened, simplified English version presented by I. A. Richards

$260.00  $156.00

The Last of the Wine - Mary Renault

A remarkable re-creation of ancient Greece during the Peloponnesian War.

$240.00  $144.00

Slogum House - Mari Sandoz

First novel by Mari Sandoz, about unploughed literary territory, the sandhills and cattle country of Nebraska.

$450.00  $270.00

A life of your own - Frank O'Connor

Collection of stories by Ireland's master storyteller.

$80.00  $48.00

Seabiscuit - Laura Hillenbrand

In this book, Laura Hillenbrand unfolds the spellbinding story of this marvelous animal, the world he lived in, and the men who staked their lifes and fortunes on his dazzling career.

$140.00  $84.00

Gerry´s Book Talk

My Meter Is Running


  Way back when I was a young man I suscribed to National Lampoon magazine. I would come out once a month and it was outrageous. It was a humor magazine...

Sir Thomas Phillipps, Vello-maniac


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Today I want to talk about a book called "Moods of Future Joys" by Alastair Humphreys. My favorite part of working at La Perla Bookstore is going through the boxes...

My Uncle Ray


My uncle Ray told this story about 25 years ago: There was a bussiness man in New York City, he worked in an office with all kinds of stress, deadlines...

Gerry´s Booktalk


A few decades back when I was a 16 year old sudent in highschool, our civics teacher gave each one of us students a book. They were about 28 kids...

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