Twelve women from the heights of New York society meet monthly over sixty years to discuss selected literary works. (Bloomsbury, 2003) by Paul Bryers: The individual members of the Used Women's Book Club -- Jo, Meg, Liz and Amy -- each have good reasons for feeling as used as the books they swap. Acquaintances suggested she get in touch with Coady for advice. Somebody else from the same network or ISP (Internet Service Provider) has crawled the site and was blocked as the result. Although many of the greatest tangible rarities in the history of medicine reside permanently in institutional libraries, I still maintain that it would be possible to collect virtually any aspect of medical history given enough patience and sufficient funds.
Last week the deputy editor of The Bookseller described the Book Trade as ‘Bystanders watching a race that began before we were ready’. Some new owners tell us that they find more they want to read, but less time to read – and no time to do anything more than skim catalogs and advance copies of new books during the work day. But ABA, joined by six bookstore co-plaintiffs, persisted and within two years reached settlement with all the publishers, requiring each to sign court consent decrees agreeing to abide by the law--specifically, Robinson-Patman rules--and further requiring most of the publishers to pay legal fees.