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Friday, Aug 26, 2011
by PopMatters Staff
by BookFinder.com
BookFinder.com (2011)

“BookFinder.com tracks the most sought-after out-of-print titles in America.  This ninth annual edition is based on BookFinder.com searches from the past 12 months.  On this year’s list there are a fair share of out-of-print mainstays such as Madonna’s nearly perennial number one Sex, but also a host of interesting newcomers; here are a few examples.”


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