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Book: The Serapis Fraktur by Mark Grove
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Time travel is big business in the 25th century. Artifacts from the past are salvaged and people are extracted. Interestingly, the entrepreneurial development of the recovery process leads to a massive archaeological expansion on a scale that dwarfs The Smithsonian and provides for colonial expansion across the galaxy. Australia is the new Ellis Island. EXTENDED DESCRIPTION: [...]
 
Book: Ebay and Beyond - What's Hot and What's Not In Antiques and Collectibles - The Picture Edition by Jonathon Jones
This comprehensive summary, combining text and over 275 images, will take you on a journey encompassing fifteen intense years of online buying and selling experience, and will cover a wide range of antiques and collectibles, from early 18th century porcelain to 1980s action figures, discussing what is hot and what is not for 2014 and beyond. The categories discussed are as follows: Glass, [...]
 
Book: From Time to Time by Susan Thornton
Amanda Winfield, the owner of a thriving headhunting firm, is a callous woman who covets her successful career and ordered life. But Amanda's seamless world crumbles when she picks up antiques that transport her to the past, revealing the heartbreaking stories of their origins. Her obsession with the phenomenon pulls her into a downward spiral of addiction that entwines both ruin and redemption.
 
Book: Bury Me - The Deadliest treasure (Joe & Dom) by Sandra Rains DeBusk
Joe and Dom are friends from childhood. They have always loved to treasure hunt and getting older didn't stop that. They have opened their own "This and That", Shop, where one man's trash is another man's treasure. One day, though, they dig up a treasure they will never forget. A skull with a pure gold cross attached to the forehead. To Joe, it looked as though someone had truly taken pains to [...]
 
Book: Some Kind of Good (The Picker Series Book 2) by Mark Clay Grove
Ventures in the Trade, Travel, & Hunting Design Merit. A grumpy Virginia gentleman and a fiery Peruvian lady have fun leading a group of avid antiques collectors on a tour to London and Paris. . Some Kind of Good is an occupational novel that reads like PBS's Doc Martin series or All Creatures Great and Small. It is based on real-world, down in the trenches experiences common to antiques dealers, [...]
 
Book: The Madison Picker by Mark Clay Grove
Ventures in the Trade, Travel, & Hunting Design Merit. A grumpy Virginia gentleman and a fiery Peruvian lady have a fun time picking for antiques on a road trip from Key West to Charlottesville. The Madison Picker is a witty occupational novel that reads like PBS's Doc Martin series or All Creatures Great and Small. It is based on the author's own day-to-day experiences as an antiques dealer and [...]
 
Book: Ask Me Anything - A Memoir by Marie Rudisill with Susan Marg
Ask "The Fruitcake Lady" and get ready! You never know what she'll say next. Marie Rudisill has been called many things: irreverent, sassy, brash, even rude, and, certainly, too old to be crude. You get the idea, if you don't know her already as "The Fruitcake Lady" from The Tonight Show. Well into her nineties, she became a television celebrity, going mouth to mouth with anyone who asked her a [...]
 
Book: Overview of Siam Sterling Nielloware by Charles Dittell
"Overview of Siam Sterling Nielloware" is a detailed information source on these fascinating silver items -- jewelry and related items (such as ash trays, picture frames, vases, cigarette boxes, and the like). I chose to write this book after discovering these items at flea markets and collectibles stores. No one seemed to know anything about them. After 30 years of research, I wrote the book. I [...]
 
Book: Backyards & Belly Laughs by Nancy J. Tobin
A charming, rare collection of photographic memories from the turn-of-the-century depicting children playing games and having fun. Each historic image is accompanied by a delightful poem written in the cadence of children's games of the era. A book for children and adults alike, these images portray life in the backyard, captured in the split-second of a camera flash one-hundred years ago. Peek [...]
 
Book: Sharpe Shooter - A Cozy Mystery (Deena Sharpe Mystery Series Book 1) by Lisa B. Thomas
2019 READERS FAVORITE GOLD MEDAL WINNER FOR MYSTERY-SLEUTH GENRE SHE'S PUSHING 60, BUT SHE'S NOT READY FOR THE ROCKING CHAIR! Fed up after thirty years of teaching, Deena Sharpe doesn't know what to do with her life. Sure, she's ready for a new challenge, but an old family mystery is about to turn her life upside down and inside out. When a Texas sheriff's office finds a 50-year-old skeleton in [...]
 
Book: Murder in Cottage #6 (Liz Lucas Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Dianne Harman
A murdered mayor's wife. Facials gone bad. Secrets at the spa. Liz, a widow, feels she's been given a second chance at life by owning a successful spa located in a beautiful area on the Pacific coast north of San Francisco. The fact she's found a romantic interest only adds to the new beginning. What could possibly go wrong? Well, for starters, discovering that a spa guest has been murdered. In [...]
 
Book: Murdered by Country Music - A High Desert Cozy Mystery by Dianne Harman
Seven time best selling Amazon All-Star author does it again! What part did mollies and Fireball whiskey play in a murder at a country music festival held outside of Palm Springs, California? Why was the celebrity chef, Jacques Rushon, owner of the French Food Obsession food truck murdered? The suspects at the top of the sheriff's list are Marty Morgan's friends John, the owner of The Red Pony [...]
 
Book: Murdered in Argentina - A Jack Trout Cozy Mystery by Dianne Harman
USA Today Bestselling Author and seven Time Amazon All Star Author Dianne Harman with her first book in an all new series - Jack Trout Cozy Mystery Series. What could go wrong at a world class fly fishing lodge in the charming town of San Martin de Los Andes, Argentina, home of gauchos, leather, and chocolate? When Ray Martin, the wealthy owner of Moving Graphics, is murdered on a corporate fly [...]
 
Book: BENEATH YELLOW CLAY by Robert Mitchell
FOR FIFTEEN HUNDRED YEARS THE TOMB OF THE CHINESE GENERAL HAD REMAINED HIDDEN BENEATH THE PALE YELLOW CLAY OF SHANXI PROVINCE. It lay undisturbed until a twelve-year-old boy fell through the roof. He kept its secret. Fifteen years later, now living in Australia, he tells his friend Charlie of the terror he felt when he had crashed down among the grave goods. Charlie convinces him that they should [...]
 
Book: Journey to Die For by Radine Trees Nehring
The occasion? Celebration of a wedding anniversary. The setting? An historic passenger train heading for Van Buren, Arkansas on the Arkansas River. The characters? Carrie McCrite and Henry King, numerous train passengers, Chuck Dovish, host of the popular television program, "Exploring Arkansas" and his cameraman. Two men who are acting peculiarly for train passengers supposed to be enjoying the [...]
 
Book: Restless Spirit (The Ronan's Harbor Series Book 2) by M. Kate Quinn
Strange things are happening at Aubrey Donner's cottage in Ronan's Harbor, NJ. Noises in the night, crashing antiques and an eerie presence all add up to only one thing: her cottage is haunted. Her new job hosting a pet-related program on local television finds her battling to hide her lifelong fear of dogs from local no-nonsense K-9 officer Asa Kavanaugh and his four-footed, pony-sized partner, [...]
 
Book: A Lone Star Romance - Book 2 in The Only Love Series by Violet Sparks
She's an expert in Asian art and antiques from Los Angeles sent to an isolated ranch to catalog an important collection. He's a Texas cowboy. Sparks were bound to fly. Kiki Tam just landed her dream job as an art consultant. After her coworker has a freak accident, she must travel to Texas, alone, to evaluate Mr. Lui's inherited art collection. Reeling from a recent break-up, she's not thinking [...]
 
Book: The Hidden Auditorium by Rosanne Dingli
Nic Manton is down on his luck with love and money - A stunning historical find can change his life - Or it might bring danger and death. When Richard Wagner died in Venice in 1883, it was the end of a brilliant musical life. His family grieved, and the world lost the brilliant composer of The Flying Dutchman. Almost 130 years later, antiques dealer Nic Manton finds a valuable pendant and ends up [...]
 


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