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I thought I heard Elliott Bay

Raymond Barrow

I thought I heard Elliott Bay

by Raymond Barrow

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Published by Jack Cook & the Phantoms of Soul in Seattle, WA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFrom the chronicles of Joe & Okes, the history of Jokermania
    StatementRaymond Barrow
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3602.A83726 I33 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24837969M
    LC Control Number2010525167

    () 10th Ave Seattle, WA / Yelp reviews.   In Praise of Elliott Bay Books Patricia McKillip, Terry Pratchett-- as well as have a look-see at various books I'd heard about but not seen (e.g., The Folgio's Girl Genius novel) and to find out about others just by seeing them on the shelf (e.g., a new biography of Edward VII, an underrated king). but up on Capitol Hill (so named.

    In its 38 years of bookselling in Pioneer Square, Elliott Bay became established as the town’s premier book shop, and since it featured a popular basement café and in recent years held about author reading events per year. The Associated Press listed Elliott Bay as one of America’s nine “destination” bookstores. The store was rightfully known as “the heart of Seattle’s.   Indie bookstores in Seattle like Elliott Bay Book Company, University Book Store, Third Place Books, Queen Anne Book Company, and others have sold books through their websites for years. But these.

    Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle, WA. 24, likes talking about this 21, were here. Seattle's legendary independent bookstore for over 40 years, with over , titles on our shelves. I heard rumors that the Midwest "Elliott Bay" steam launch was going to de discontinued, if it isn't already so. Presently this is the case with the Cheddar "Claire" and with Steamco "Linda Marie" which have become objets d'affection, reaching very high prices. I have always liked this launch.


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