The Drought is Over

That’s right, everything from a new Pelecanos, Robert Olmstead (installment two in the ongoing trilogy), Pete Deutermann, Nick Laird, Donald Westlake, Kim Byrne, Craig Johnson, Charlotte Greig, Ian Pears, Greg Rucka, Robert Littell, Lauren Lipton, Jeffrey Deaver, Rebecca Wells, Alexander McCall Smith to tomes for the popular autodidact on such diverse topics as urban farming, urban geology, Bryon, Commie Pinkoism, Work,what it was like to work at the National Review during its heyday, what it was like to live in Pompei during its heyday, what exactly the Coast Guard does all day, how Italians love to use culinary euphemisms and why that makes Italian such a superior language, and what Methamphetamines are doing to rural America.  It is perhaps useful for the conscientious Mercantile member to note that the more books are at any given point in ciculation, the more shelf space there appears to be, which we will do our best to stuff, of course, with more books.  Stop on up.  Bring a bag!  -Ed Scripsi

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