Bookfinder

A place to keep track of reference material - any particularly useful books, articles, etc. should be listed here.
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Richard Hester
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Bookfinder

Post by Richard Hester » Wed Jan 08, 2003 5:47 pm

If you are looking for some of the classic (and mostly out of print) books mentioned here, bookfinder.com is a vital resource. This site essentially allows you to search the inventories of hundreds of booksellers world-wide. Results are listed in order of relevance and price. Most sellers also give a good description of the book's condition. The site works for both new and used texts.

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Re: Bookfinder

Post by Jon Rosenstiel » Thu Jan 09, 2003 3:59 am

Another good resource for used books is: http://www.abebooks.com/

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Re: Bookfinder

Post by Richard Hester » Thu Jan 09, 2003 4:29 am

Actually, if you use Bookfinder, you get Abe books ( if they hapen to have what you're looking for), along with a jillion other book sellers.

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Re: Bookfinder

Post by Jon Rosenstiel » Thu Jan 09, 2003 5:19 am

I didn't realize that. I very rarely use bookfinder. (Shows, doesn’t it)?

I've always had good success using Abe, so I pretty much keep using them. (Comfort factor I guess). I like their format, it gives me a lot of information about the book, (condition, year published, location, etc.), without having to click around too much.


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Re: Bookfinder

Post by brasco » Mon Mar 17, 2003 10:54 pm

Thanks for the info great book finder
Jon Rosenstiel wrote:
> Another good resource for used books is: http://www.abebooks.com/
>
> Jon Rosenstiel

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