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Subject: No listing for this book but....
Date Posted: 11/8/2014 2:21 PM ET
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it can still be yours!  I have a copy of "Biblio Mysteries, short tales about deadly books" edited by Otto Penzler.  I can't find it anywhere on this site and the ISBN on the book comes up to something completely unrelated.  It has short stories by Anne Perry, Nelson DeMille, Laura Lippman, C.J. Box, Jeffrey Deaver and others - total of 15 short stories.  The ISBN is 978-1-61129-007-3.    Free with an order from my shelf but please PM me in case I don't see the thread.

Thanks.

Date Posted: 11/8/2014 2:49 PM ET
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I just noticed that the book that comes up when you put in that ISBN is Mine Until Morning BUT if you click on Buy from Amazon, your book Bibliomysteries comes up.  So I think yours is the correct book for that ISBN and Mine Until Morning is incorrectly associated.  Couldn't figure out from that page how to notify PBS of this.

Date Posted: 11/10/2014 1:18 AM ET
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You just send PBS an email with the ISbn and the title and they can usually fix it.

Date Posted: 11/10/2014 7:16 AM ET
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I have the fix in process, thanks.

 

Date Posted: 11/14/2014 7:56 AM ET
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Well, apparently they're not going to fix it but it's still available anyway.  Here's the blurb:

Mystery anthologist extraordinaire Otto Penzler stocks his New York City-based Mysterious Bookshop with a celebrated series of Bibliomysteries, individually published short stories and novelettes about deadly doings in the world of ink, paper and movable type. Now these tales have been compiled into one ultimate book lover's book. From Jeffery Deaver's An Acceptable Sacrifice to Anne Perry's The Scroll, the stories collected here include bibliophiles' delights from Nelson DeMille, C.J. Box, Laura Lippman, William Link and other celebrated authors. So settle in your easy chair with a nice cup of tea and get ready to crack the spine of an unforgettable reading experience.