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Lizzie Borden Past & Present at a Bargain Price!

13 Mar

Tattered Fabric subscriber and Lizzie Borden afficionado, Keith Judson, is offering for sale the coveted Leonard Rebello “Lizzie Borden Past & Present.”

The book is offered at the bargain price of $225.00.  I say “bargain” because this book usually sells for $300 to $400.  Two copies are listed on Amazon for $1,000 and $2,000 respectively.

Published in 1999 at less than 1,000 copies, this book has long been out of print.  No wonder it is “coveted” and sells in the 3 and 4 figures.  More importantly, its value will only increase with the upcoming publication of the Fall River Historical Society’s Parallel Lives.

It should be noted, however, this book comes without the dust jacket shown below.

I can’t recommend this book strongly enough.  In fact, if I could only have one book right now on Lizzie Borden, and no other book yet published, it would be this book.

Click An Amazon Review which was originally done by me on this book back in 1999.

You may contact Keith directly via email at:  judkei@judkei.com to ask any questions and to buy the book.   DON’T PASS UP THIS BARGAIN!  🙂

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2 responses to “Lizzie Borden Past & Present at a Bargain Price!

  1. Benny Bounds

    March 13, 2011 at 5:01 PM

    Faye,

    I have a copy listed for 249.99 on half.com, with the dust jacket.

    Benny Bounds

     
  2. Jennifer Beckwith

    March 16, 2011 at 7:44 AM

    That’s really a good price, wish I had extra money right now. I’ve read parts of it in our library and it is has tons of information in it.

     

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