Farewell Nelle Harper Lee

 

 Harper Lee

To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee Book Club DJ front         TKAMB Signatures Book Club

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We mourn the passing of a great author. She created a work is that people hold close to their hearts.

You can find her fitting obituary on the New York Times: Farewell Harper Lee

To Kill a Mockingbird signed by Harper and Alice Lee

Bren-Books.com is proud to offer her true and unique one-of-a-kind 1960 J.B. Lippincott First Book Club edition.

Here are the “points” that make this book a great find and superb addition to your collection:

  • It is signed and inscribed directly on the first front page ” To Jane Kansas with best wishes, Harper Lee.”
  • On the dedication page is the rare signature of her sister, the late Alice Lee.
  • The first state Book Club dust jacket has Truman Capote’s quote on the inside front and Jonathan Daniels’ quote on the rear inside cover.
  • Truman Capote took the photo of Harper Lee on the back of the dust jacket.

Now Available at Bren-Books.com

Bookseller Inventory # 008803To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Dreams From My Father: A Story Of Race And Inheritance by Barack Obama – Exceedingly Rare, Signed First Edition

Dreams from my Father by Barak Obama available from Bren-Books.com

 This printing is now very elusive. Only a few signed copies are known, and are estimated to be worth up to $20,000.  As the first African-American President and on the cusp of his reelection the demand for this copy will only increase along with it’s value.

Description:  Published in 1995 by Times Books TRUE STATED FIRST EDITION with typical Random House # line to “2.” With a **SIGNED** card by PRESIDENT OBAMA (and a 100% guaranteed COA) pasted onto the half-title page. Though ex-library this copy was clearly little circulated and has very minor markings: some stamps at the top page edges and 2 small stamps on the inside rear board. There is some color bleed at the base of the spine end on the rear board as well. Otherwise in VG–/VG+ condition. The unclipped ($23) DJ has been continuously wrapped so there is basically no wear.   Bookseller Inventory # 6597

Synopsis:

Written just as President Obama began his political career, the son of a white American mother and a black African father, writes an elegant and compelling biography that powerfully articulates America’s racial battleground and tells of his search for his place in black America.

Quote:   Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison has called Barack Obama “a writer in my high esteem” and the book, “quite extraordinary.”

If you want to add a very special and incredibly rare signed book to your collection click here to take advantage of this opportunity before it’s too late.

 Enjoy browsing our shelves and happy reading.

Written just as President Obama began his political career….

Sue Cohen
Bren-Books.com