Out of Print Books – Top Ten Lists

Sep 10, 2006 | Books, Collectibles | 0 comments

Bookfinder.com has some nice lists of the most sought after out of print titles in America.

What they say: “The BookFinder.com Report is a different kind of bestseller list. …As we track the most sought-after out-of-print titles in America, we’ve been fascinated to discover some of the choices that real readers make when they seek out books that are, by definition, not being actively marketed to them by the publishing industry.”

They go on to mention such titles as The Bed Book by Sylvia Plath, The Winning Hand by Nora Roberts, Sex by Madonna, Man in Black: His Own Story in His Own Words by Johnny Cash, and the The Lion’s Paw by Robb White.

Their latest top-10 lists include lists for the following areas:
– Arts and Music
– Biography
– Children’s
– Crafts and Hobbies
– Fiction and Literature
– History
– Mysteries and Thrillers
– Popular Science and Technology
– Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror
– Society and Culture

Click here for the full list >>

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