Or the Red Cross Book Fair.... Yes, dear readers, I went back. And got more. Just how many more total is still in question--because, you never know, I might go back again tomorrow. Let's just say that Heather and Kristal no longer are the closest....
But you know what? Today's visit to the Book Fair is not my fault. No, really! It's not. It's my husband's fault. He wanted to take his 1966 Corvair for a spin. And the fairgrounds were handy....and he wanted to see if they had any business books or comic books that he just had to have (they did--twelve comic books!). I had to go and keep him company.
Oh...and while I was there...well...it didn't hurt to have another look through the tables just in case I missed a treasure or two. Right? Okay...I missed twelve treasures. Here they are:
Lament for a Lady Laird by Margot Arnold (paperback)
Crime for Christmas by Richard Dalby, ed (hardback)
The Killing of Katie Steelstock by Michael Gilbert (paperback)
The Riddle of the Traveling Skull by Harry Stephen Keeler (reprint hardback)
Murder at Teatime by Stefanie Matteson (paperback)
A Tasty Way to Die by Janet Laurence (1st edition, hardback; but ex-library)
The Bachelors of Broken Hill by Arthur W. Upfield (paperback)
Death of a Swagman by Arthur W. Upfield (paperback)
Man of Two Tribes by Arthur W. Upfield (paperback)
Black Alibi by Cornell Woolrich (paperback)
Rupert of Hentzau by Anthony Hope (paperback)
World's Best Science Fiction: 1966 by Donald A Wollheim & Terry Carr, eds (Ace Pocket-Size Edition)