Each month IndieBound.org sends out its reading recommendations from Independent bookstores throughout the U.S. Last month the spotlight was on Emma Donoghue's Room, this month its on Tom Franklin's Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter (signed copies list for up to $100, although you can still find some for the cover price).
Great House, Nicole Krauss
Up for a National Book Award. First editions are listing in the $50 range.
Bury Your Dead, Louise Penny
Agatha Award winning author. You can still find signed copies of this title for at or just below the cover price. Other signed titles by her list around the $100 range.
To Fetch a Thief, Spencer Quinn
Listing for at or above the cover price, this is Quinn's third novel. His first two novels (in fine + condition) sell at or slightly above the cover price. Signed editions list for around $55.
The Fall, Guillermo Del Toro & Chuck Hogan
The second book of the Strain Trilogy. Lists for at or slightly above the cover price. Signed editions list for $85 - $200.
How to Read the Air, Dinaw Mengestu
First editions are listing for around $45 unsigned, $100+ signed.
The Wake of Forgiveness, Bruce Machart
This is Machart's first novel. Signed editions are listing for $50 - $100. Unsigned copies are currently listing for around the cover price.
For a full list of the Indie Next recommendations, visit the IndieBound Web site.
To find signed editions of any of these titles, check Powells or other independent bookstores through Shop Indie link.
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