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Friday Freebee: Judging Books by Their Covers

50 covers One of my favorite places to buy books online is Abe Books, but they have outdone themselves with the 50 most iconic book covers for works of fiction. They range from Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” (a sunset as seen from a train track) to Larry McMurtry’s “Horseman, Pass By” (an open corral). For those reading a beat up paperback copy of “Invisible Man”, click on its cover and see what a first edition might cost. Don’t freak out because they are arranged with the most expensive first.
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